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April 24, 2006

Dual Core Processors are Cool

I was just looking for some information on how much memory certain processes on my new Mac laptop were taking when I noticed that the CPU graph is divided into two rows. Took me just a second to figure out that it wasn't some aggregate of multiple pieces of info on the same graph but a graph for each CPU core.

Something really cool about working on a laptop that has two CPU graphs (ie, dual CPUs). Am going to keep my eye on this graph (stuck it in the Dock) to see just how much I'm getting out of the both of them.

Posted by mike at April 24, 2006 7:08 PM