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How to enable hyperthreading


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i have a Asus P4533-X mother board with a p4 2.4 and i would like to know how i could enable hyperthreading because i kno my mobo supports it thanks!
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Normally an option in BIOS.
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yeah i was lookin just cant seem to find it anywhere in there:S
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Hi
If you go into the bios & look in the Boot menu, there should be an option called Hyper-Threading Technology - set to enabled.
If the option isn't there, then that normally indicates that your processor itself doesn't support H/T.
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ASUS can hide it in advanced then CPU configuration
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well i have p4 2.4ghz processor it has it no?
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No not necessarily, some do, some don't. What FSB does your cpu run at?
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533mhz
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533mhz


I don't think that one does support H/T. The only 2.4GHz P4 Socket 478 model that I know of that does support it is the Pentium 4 "C" which has an FS of 800MHz (200 x 4).
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Hmm perhaps ive seen a 533 with hyper threading support tho,i prolly have the model without it tho, oh well thanks for the help anyways!
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CPU Info
Intel® Celeron® CPU 2.80GHz
Manufacturer Intel
Family Intel® Celeron® CPU 2.80GHz
Architecture 32-bit
Internal Clock 2.8 GHz
Internal Clock Maximum 3.6 GHz
External Clock 100.0 MHz
Socket Designation CPU 1
HyperThreadingTechnology Available - Disabled <---- !!!!!! :tazz:
Capabilities MMX, CMov, RDTSC, SSE, SSE2, PAE
Version Intel® Celeron® CPU 2.80GHz
Caches
Level 1 8 KB
Level 2 128 KB
Level 3 0 B

Motherboard Info
Supported Slot Types ISA, PCI, AGP
Manufacturer ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
Model P4C800-E
Version Rev 1.xx
BIOS Vendor American Megatrends Inc.
BIOS Version 1023.001
BIOS Release Date 06/20/2005
BIOS Properties Plug and Play, Flash, AGP

I cant find it anywhere in my bios where to activate HT. !!!
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See if you have this



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I'm afraid Celeron CPUs do not support H/T, thats why you cannot enable it in the bios.
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:)

But.... Its sais Hyperthreading available (Mark3d benchmark test) its just disabled..... :tazz:
Anyway, I dont have that options in my bios that you are showing me Keith, but thanks anyway for your help... *sigh*
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They are from an ASUS P4S800D
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