Luigi A. Cruz
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Multi-core processor and multiprocessor limit for Windows Vista

Processor architecture refers to either x86-32 (32-bit) or x86-64 (64-bit).

1.) What is the maximum quantity of cores in a physical processor of a PC that each edition and its corresponding processor architecture of Windows Vista supports?
2.) What is the maximum quantity of physical processors of a PC that each edition and its corresponding processor architecture of Windows Vista supports?
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Processor architecture refers to either x86-32 (32-bit) or x86-64 (64-bit).

1.) What is the maximum quantity of cores in a physical processor of a PC that each edition and its corresponding processor architecture of Windows Vista supports?
2.) What is the maximum quantity of physical processors of a PC that each edition and its corresponding processor architecture of Windows Vista supports?

Andre.Ziegler
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1) there is no limit in Cores

2) Starter, Home Basic/Premium support 1 CPU all higher Editions (Business, Enterprise, Ultimate) support 2 CPUs.


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