OT: 32 or 64??

Odd iodine at runbox.no
Tue Feb 2 17:39:35 UTC 2010

Rashkae wrote:
> I couldn't help but notice recently, much to my cost, that Intel is 
> removing Virtualization extensions on all their current socket 775 
> CPU's.. (how are the i5 and i7 faring?).  The only reason I can think 
> for this move is to prevent the low end cpus from competing with the 
> workstation/server market, since these cpu's are now more than fast 
> enough for many workloads to be simply io bound.

Seems all i3, 15 and i7 CPUs support it. Anyway, if you
want to see what CPUs do or don't support VT-x, you can
look here:



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