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Originally posted by smitty3268 View Post
Though in practice, I'm not aware of any computers where it wouldn't be. 12, 16, 24, 32, 36, 48, etc. cores all divide evenly. I guess maybe in a virtual environment there might be an odd # of cores assigned.
+ of course virtual environmentsLast edited by konserw; 04292018, 04:23 AM.
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Originally posted by smitty3268 View Post
Though in practice, I'm not aware of any computers where it wouldn't be. 12, 16, 24, 32, 36, 48, etc. cores all divide evenly. I guess maybe in a virtual environment there might be an odd # of cores assigned.
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Removed the wrong example because I'm bad at math in my head
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Originally posted by LinAGKar View PostNot if you have integral numbers all the way, which is the case here.
/edit: And the original post I replied to had "0.75" which isn't an integral numberLast edited by droste; 04292018, 08:48 AM.
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Originally posted by droste View Post
Yes but there's a division there so the result may not be a integral number anymore. Easy example: 1 / 10 is NOT 0.1 in floating point arithmetic.
/edit: And the original post I replied to had "0.75" which isn't an integral number
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