Reverse Hyper-Threading

A type of anti Hyper-Threading, in theory, that would allow two (or multiple) physical cores to emulate one physical core. Contrast with Hyper-Threading that enables multithreaded software applications to execute threads in parallel on a single physical core. In April 2006 it was reported by several Web sites that AMD is currently working on reverse Hyper-Threading technology.

See also Hyper-Threading.

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