Re: Auditors and HP must accept some responsibility
"There's nothing wrong with a business overpaying in a transaction."
The definition of overpaying may be up for debate, but doing so is definitly poor judgement.
1404 posts • joined 12 Jun 2009
The difference between Hyperthreading and multi-core can be seen under a microscope / from a circuit diagram: Hyperthreading leaves almost no visible presence in silicon, whereas multi-core is visible as a separate/specific area.
The fact that each core is on the same die is where the difference lies between cores and CPU's.
Is it really that difficult to grasp this?
One of the reason's for having two engines is so that _when_ (not if) one malfunctions, you can still fly on the other one (with a bit of luck/skill) - this doesn't work nearly so well if your 'spare' engine has just ingested a drone, thrown a blade through the wing, and burst one of the tyres...
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