Originally Posted by ThrashZone
That I'm aware of that means it has HT ?
Otherwise why would it list 4 threads ?
They do not have hyperthreading/SMT. No Core or Core 2 parts do.
They are listed as 4c/4t because they have the same number of logical and physical cores because they do not have any form of SMT.
They are also still vulnerable to Spectre and Meltdown, as those exploits only require speculative execution (at least on Intel's parts), not SMT.
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