Okay, pretend you have a hyper-threaded 2.0, would that be equivalent to a non-HTT 4.0?
Again, it's apples and oranges. AMD's and Intels use entirely different architectures to achieve the same basic goal. One does better in some tasks than the other, and the other accels at some tasks where the one doesn't. And, as Yiffy Griffy pointed out, unless you're on a 64-bit Linux (or other) OS, you're still only operating in 32-bit mode.
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