Does My Intel D845GRG Supports Hyper-Threading Technology?

I've Intel D845 Board which supports 533Mhz system bus and i've applied latest Bios version. Now how can i recognised that my board supports H-T technology?. There's any software that tells me that my board supports H-T Technology please help me i'll be greatly appreciatable to you. Thanx
zee110Asked:
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zee110Author Commented:
Please do help!
jhanceCommented:
The 845 chipset, on which your D845 MB is based, DOES support HT.  If you have an HT P4 CPU, you should see the option to enable HT in your BIOS. Turn it ON and install a mult-cpu version of an OS and you'll be all set.

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jhanceCommented:
Here is an Intel 845 MB product matrix:

http://cache-www.intel.com/cd/00/00/02/97/29797_boards_matrix.pdf

It's not clear which model you have but all support HT as you'll note.
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