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No HT For Penryn & Nehalem

Intel issued out their latest WW04 roadmaps to their partnerswith some
incorrect info and that leads to mass confusion that Penryn supports HT. Someone
has unknowingly put a tick to Yorkfield and Wolfdale at the Hyper-Threading
column but the number of core/threads still remains at 4/4 and 2/2 respectively.
Anyway, the air is cleared and the finalized roadmap is correctly reflected that
Penryn will not support HT neither do Nehalem. Intel will use a new term called
MTT for Nehalem and Nehalem-C. Take a guess what it means and tell us your
answers here.

Intel issued out their latest WW04 roadmaps to their partnerswith some
incorrect info and that leads to mass confusion that Penryn supports HT. Someone
has unknowingly put a tick to Yorkfield and Wolfdale at the Hyper-Threading
column but the number of core/threads still remains at 4/4 and 2/2 respectively.
Anyway, the air is cleared and the finalized roadmap is correctly reflected that
Penryn will not support HT neither do Nehalem. Intel will use a new term called
MTT for Nehalem and Nehalem-C. Take a guess what it means and tell us your
answers here.

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