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Windows 2008 task manager shows 16 cores

Posted on 2009-07-16
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I have a Windows 2008 64bit enterprise server. When I go to task manager, the processor shows 16 cores. I have a two processors that are quad core. Why does it show 16 cores in task manager?

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2 x Quad-Cores = 8 Cores + Hyper-threading = 16 Cores :-)
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Thanks. Makes sense now.
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