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Recording: How Hyper-Threading Works — A Microarchitectural Perspective

Last weekend, we did a live session on the architecture of the hyper-threading (simultaneous multithreading) implementation in Intel’s x86 processors. We went into all the nitty gritty of the microarchitecture and dissected how instruction execution works at each stage of the execution pipeline and how hyper-threading affects that flow. Enjoy the recording!

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