How many physical CPU Cores does Windows (amd64, not arm) support?
So with "physical CPU Cores" i mean that a CPU with 4 Cores and Hyperthreading counts as 4 and not 8 Cores. Also with "Windows" i mean the Versions (Workstations and Enterprise too) that target normal peoples consumer PCs, not Servers nor modified versions. (i dont want to know the maximal thread count a process can have)
I found a Table on Wikipedia which says the maximum would be 256 Cores and 4 CPU Sockets, but it is not noted that the maximum of 256 Cores is related to 1 CPU Socket or if its an overall limit? (so does it mean limit is 256 or 1024?)
Related to Hyperthreading, is Windows counting a CPU with 128 Cores and Hyperthreading as 256 Cores and with that reaches the limit? (so do i have to disable Hyperthreading if i install 4 CPUs with 64 Cores?)
Link to Wikipedia: Windows 10 Editions - Comparison chart