Originally Posted by Lostnhell
No, most of those programs are made to run on single CPU systems.
I think Photoshop and 3ds support dual processor. Some expensive video editing program supports it. As for gaming future games (few years) will proberbly support dual core as intel and amd is planing on releasing dual core chips. As for now if you buy dual xeon you are pretty much limited to boring activities
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