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Detect number of physical processors and type (single, dual, hyper etc)

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Hi Guys

Does anyone know how to detect number of physical processors and type (single, dual, hyper etc).  CPU-Z does this effectively.   Need to be written in vb .net or similar

WMI only returns logical processors

Im sure there's an API out there??

Thanks pals!!
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