58 thoughts on “CORES and THREADS Explained (with Performance Tests)

  1. Ich habe eine Frage: WΓΌrdest du deinen PC Testbench HΓΌlle produziern und verkaufen? Oder bin ich der Einzige der die so krass findet?:D

  2. Good job, but could you plz speak a little faster..Maybe it's just me , but I would prefer fast paced videos with little intro and more subject matter

  3. Hello Datulab Tech, my name is Katherine and I would like to hear your opinion on the following?

    Which computer would you say is better to buy for live streaming and running heavy software like Adobe premier pro, Wirecast 7 and Propresenter from Telestream all at the same time in a church setting that wants to stream to multiple screens and live stream at the same time ?

    Apple Mac Pro 5.1 (2009-2010) 12-Core 3.33GHz, 16GB RAM, 2TB HD, 256 SSD HD, Nvidia GT120,10.10.2 Yosemite

    I would change the NvidiaGT120 graphics card to the latest best thing, though like AMD Radeon 7950.

    further break down is below:

    2x Intel Xeon 'Westmere' 6-Core 3.33Ghz Processors (12-Cores; 24-Threads)
    16GB DDR3 1066Mhz ECC Memory – 2TB 7200-rpm Hard Drive 256SSD HD
    Nvidia GT120
    Airport Extreme Wireless Card, Bluetooth, Superdrive
    This mac is an upgrade from the 4,1 to 5,1 with 2x Intel Xeon 'Westmere' 6-Core 3.33Ghz Processors (12-Cores; 24-Threads)

    or

    New Mac Pro
    6-Core and Dual GPU
    3.5GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon E5 processor
    16GB 1866MHz DDR3 ECC memory
    Dual AMD FirePro D500 with 3GB GDDR5 VRAM each
    256GB PCIe-based flash storage1

    I hope to hear from you soon.

  4. Can you explain to me what were you testing for when you disabled 2 cores and hyper-threading and what did the results show because I'm really confused

  5. You are great! Thank you for this video. Helped-me so much to understand the differences. Missed the six-core results… Congratulations!
    From what I see from Intel's eighth generation, 2 cores (i5-8600k) resemble 4 trheads (i7-7700 non-K).

  6. a virtual nucleus is a physical nucleus .. that physical nucleus alternates in nanosecond speeds from one job to another and we see it as a parallelism … to achieve a good performance of that set you need a good process planner … Interesante!

  7. How do you open the motherboard screen menu thingy? Where you can mess with overclocking and cpu and whatever
    The "bios" I believe

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