Originally Posted by formula m
That is the point, you have a hard time believing. Benchmark your OS, not programs.
If Hyperthreading is bad for the OS,and impacts performance then why do so many say it improves
performance,why does Intel continue with HT instead of adding more real cores?
With a 64bit OS+8GB of ram,win 7 also uses cores quite well,I don't have to close apps to run a game.
Originally Posted by Seronx
Pretty much anything that used Hyperthreading the stuttering is caused from the stalls when two threads collide in wanting a ALU to do a certain workload
Hyperthreading = Stutter
Normal/Superthreading = No Stutter
Regardless, the AMD System doesn't stall in APU mode aka no GPU and it looks like Trinity is going for more POWER!!
Is the stuttering relevant to the AMD Trinity video? I am aware it is mostly because of the GPU.Edited by Heavy MG - 9/14/11 at 10:21pm