Today, NGOHQ.com with the cooperation of Intel Israel is proud to present the immediate availability of its experimental Reverse HyperThreading Wrapper for multicore Intel processors. This revolutionary tool independently splits instructions across multiple cores more efficiently, without the need of any special multithread code inside applications or games, while combining all cores into one and allowing non-multithread applications and games to run faster and better.
The problem with multicore processors is the fact that only a limited amount of applications and games currently support multithreading and take advantage of the additional cores. Therefore, the performance gain of multicore processors is minimal. Our software is the solution to the problem! It creates a layer with its own multithreading remapping mechanism which appears as a single core to applications, fully utilizing all cores equally.
According to our internal benchmarks, we obtained up to 3.5X performance gain with a quad core processor and 1.5X performance gain with dual core processor on several applications and games. However, sadly at this stage, only Intel processors are supported, but we do have plans of adding support for AMD processors in the near future. And of course, best of all – this software is 100% absolutely free.
* Intel Core 2 Duo
* Intel Core 2 Quad
* Intel Core 2 Extreme
* Intel Core i7
* Windows 2000
* Windows XP
* Windows Vista 32-bit
* Windows Vista 64-bit
* Windows 7 32-bit
* Windows 7 64-bit
Before you give it a shot, we would like it to be clear that this project is still in its early stages and may not be 100% stable or operational; there may be some bugs out there. Be advised that the only way of reverting the software’s operation is by rebooting the system. And the final rule that applies to all our software is... use it at your own risk. Anyways, feel free to submit bugs, errors and general feedback on our forums, and we hope you enjoy our latest tool.
Yes, this is an April fools joke.
Last edited by Regeneration; 4 April 2009 at 00:13..