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How do you get the number of physical cores of the CPU?

Justinli

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It's the number of physical cores of the CPU, not the number of threads. Usually computers are dual-core and quad-core, and that's what I want to get.
 

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Hi,

you may use the exact part number and look at the manufacturer´s internet site or other internet sources like wikipedia.
(That´s how Id do it, because no OS or virtual machine will influence/pretend core count)

If you ant to find out at the PC (by software), then you should tell us your OS and whether you use virtual machines....

Klaus
 

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