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On Tuesday 05 July 2005 17:48, Robert L Cochran wrote:
> >you can practice by getting a dual-socket board with single-core chips;
> >there's nothing new, at least at user-level, to dual-core.
>
> That would be sort of expensive for me. hopefully MSI will release a
> BIOS update real soon now.

More expensive.. but faster.

Two single core w/hyper-xport is faster than one dual core with shared hyper 
xport (On one die).

Tweeks
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