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    Help: How to find how many Phycial CPUs I have?


    Hi,

    How can I find my PC have a 2 or 4 CPUs and info about cores?

    I can check cores in hardware info but it seems my PC is showing wrong information.

    Please help.


    Thanks.
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    Unless you're using a high-end server then you have one physical CPU. You can probably see the number of cores anywhere that shows you information about CPU usage - which depends on your operating system, which you haven't mentioned.
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    Thanks for your response.

    I have a Desktop PC, Using Windows OS.
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    You can check the information by viewing the properties of my computer on your desktop.
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    Many software are available, You can take a look at My Computer, Properties > "Device Manager" > "Processors"

    Also look at hardware information (inbuilt software of windows)
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    DewlanceHosting - you do understand that you just replied to and answered your own question, right? It looks weird - like you're a robot who doesn't understand the context of this thread. Or perhaps as if you're two totally different people in one forum account.

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