I am confused by this ... if a CPU has 2 logical cores, it can run two programs 100% concurrent, yes? Otherwise, 2 programs on one CPU must be 100% time-divided (can't run independently as the same ...
I have two cards GTX 690 (dual core). I did the Sli successfully. Nvidia control panel acknowledges the two cards as quad Sli. However, the problem is that Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate is showing me the ...
I have a desktop with Core i3 + 8GB. It looks like I need to assign one of my CPU cores to a VM. That means I can only run one VM at a time? Does VM application actually uses a core for each VM ...
I was wondering what "core" means? CPU or memory or both?