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Vista & quad core

 
 
Steve
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      02-02-2008
I'm Steve, I've used AMD dual core for a while now with no problems at all.
But now that I'm running Windows Vista 64bit Ultimate, I am wondering about
CPU's again. Will the operating system recognise and utilise all 4 core's?
This would help me choose my next CPU with AMD moving to quad core and Intell
already there is there any noticable performance with 4 over 2 core's on
64bit OS.

Any non biased information( ie i love intel therefore AMD are ****) would be
most useful, thanks.
 
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