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kalambong



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kalambong
I just came across an old (4 year old) thread regarding Hyperthreading ~ http://www.agner.org/optimize/blog/read.php?i=6 ~ in which, one of the contributor - Fred Bosick - made a claim that hyperthreading is crash-able under certain circumstance (utilizing a program "Crashme" from someone known as "Carrette").

I myself have not tried it.

Has anyone here ever tried that - and if it is true that hyperthreading is more prone to crash under that circumstance, I am interested to know why.

Thank you in advance !
Post 20 Sep 2013, 00:04
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revolution
Sounds like many similar claims where the user has a random crash and jumps to the wrong conclusion.
Post 20 Sep 2013, 00:47
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