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CAn i run hyper-v on i3-4130?
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You can run Hyper-V on it as far as I know. You don't say what you want to use it for or how many virtual machines you want to run but for basic use it will be fine.
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Originally Posted by TheDulki View Post

CAn i run hyper-v on i3-4130?

All that is needed (from a CPU perspective) to run Hyper-V is VT-x, which that chip has. It does not have VT-d, which would give better performance, but the chip will still work fine for Hyper-V in a home/lab environment.
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Yea, but dosent hyper-v also require DEP or something?
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Yea, but dosent hyper-v also require DEP or something?

Technically, yes.
Processor Requirements (Click to show)
-An x86-64 processor
-Hardware-assisted virtualization support: This is available in processors that include a virtualization option; specifically, Intel VT or AMD Virtualization (AMD-V, formerly code-named "Pacifica").
-A NX bit-compatible CPU must be available and Hardware Data Execution Prevention (DEP) must be enabled.
-Although this is not an official requirement, Windows Server 2008 R2 and a CPU with second-level address translation support are recommended for workstations.
-Second-level address translation is a mandatory requirement for Hyper-V in Windows 8.

SLAT is a nice to have, as well as VT-d. VT-x/AMD-V are required, and so is DEP. The reason I didn't mention it is because most modern day x86 CPUs have DEP (also known as "XD", "Execute Disable", or "NX"). Which according to this:
http://ark.intel.com/products/77480

The i3-4130 supports "Execute Disable Bit" (at the bottom).

That CPU is good to go for Hyper-V, except for maybe with Windows 8 Hyper-V because I'm not sure if it has SLAT. Even if no SLAT, it will work in Server 2008/2008R2/2012/2012R2.
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Technically, yes.
Processor Requirements (Click to show)
-An x86-64 processor
-Hardware-assisted virtualization support: This is available in processors that include a virtualization option; specifically, Intel VT or AMD Virtualization (AMD-V, formerly code-named "Pacifica").
-A NX bit-compatible CPU must be available and Hardware Data Execution Prevention (DEP) must be enabled.
-Although this is not an official requirement, Windows Server 2008 R2 and a CPU with second-level address translation support are recommended for workstations.
-Second-level address translation is a mandatory requirement for Hyper-V in Windows 8.

SLAT is a nice to have, as well as VT-d. VT-x/AMD-V are required, and so is DEP. The reason I didn't mention it is because most modern day x86 CPUs have DEP (also known as "XD", "Execute Disable", or "NX"). Which according to this:
http://ark.intel.com/products/77480

The i3-4130 supports "Execute Disable Bit" (at the bottom).

That CPU is good to go for Hyper-V, except for maybe with Windows 8 Hyper-V because I'm not sure if it has SLAT. Even if no SLAT, it will work in Server 2008/2008R2/2012/2012R2.

Intel's SLAT is extended page tables (EPT). That CPU supports it no problem thumb.gif
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windows 8.1 x64, ASUS H81M-E Bios 0808, i3-4130, 8GB memory

Ran ix-4xxx asus update and install 0808 bios.

VTx enabled, but when I attempt to add Hyper-v as a windows component, it reports Virtual Technology not enabled.

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