I recently noticed while crunching some CFD numbers in Matlab that only 50% of my HT processor is being used. I understand basicly that HT is an early imitation of dual core. I assume if i turn off HT i will regain my lost cycles.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My question is regarding an invedible upgrade to my rig, which in this day and age most likely means dual core. Does matlab take the same "hit" from dual core?

-Thanks!

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# Matlab and Hyperthreading/Dual cores

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