"In current implementations of the Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, each processor has two logical processors. In operating systems that support Hyper-Threading Technology, the processor behaves as two separate processors.
These logical processors not only share the processor's execution engine, they also share its L1 cache. This is where this BIOS feature comes in. This BIOS feature allows you to modify the operating mode of the processor's L1 data cache... "
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