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Old 23-01-19, 08:26 PM
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From my understanding its a really in depth form of hardware multi-threading to Windows. According to a module block diagram I pulled up it appears to be exactly so, since the only parts that are doubled in each module are the Integer clusters, the front end and back end are shared as well as the FPU. Looks like if this goes anywhere there might be something to argue against them.

That being said the other argument would be that most of the important core tasks are done in the integer clusters. The big question here is if the shared front end and back end causes an issue.

Honestly with the exception of power draw the architecture has been great for me.
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