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SiSandra: No Hyper-Threading Technology?

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After running the SiSandra Cache and Memory Benchmark in the Features output it has a big red X next to HTT Hyper-Threading Technology. Does this mean the board doesn't support HTT(broken?) or is it referring to the RAM?
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HTT on AMD is Hyper Transport technology and if your computer is working then it has HTT
    
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Make sure you aren’t confusing HTT (Hyper Transport Technology) with HT (Hyper Threading). AMD CPUs have HTT to communicate with RAM. Intel CPUs have HT to help with multitasking. They are completely different, but a lot of people seem to think they are the same thing because they sound so similar.
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