I have a NUC7i7BNB, board version J31145-302, BIOS NBKBL357.86A.0063.2018.0413.1542 running Win10 x64 pro.
(I have just now updated all the software as it would never update in the past using the Intel tool. I finally went and updated the BIOS manual to the latest as of today. Then I updated all other drivers via the tool and am 100% updated).
Problem I have is the I only see 4 threads. I should see 4 Cores and 8 threads, should I not? My Mac that is bootcamped sees 8 cpus. Yes, I have Hyperthreading Enabled in the BIOS (Performance, Processor, and Intel Hyperthreading is Checked). I also confirmed that in msconfig | advanced the processor checkbox unclicked.
The only way I found out about this is the new chess program I purchased only sees 4 processors while on my Mac it sees 8.
Any help is appreciated!
The NUC7i7BN NUC has a Core i7-7567U processor, which has 2 Cores and 4 HyperThreads. Bottom line, you are seeing exactly what you are supposed to be seeing.
Thank you Scott. I just thought that all i7-xxx processors were 4-core / 8 thread capable. Lesson learned each day,
(I confirmed on Intel site). Even my wife's old laptop that's an i7-2670 something has 4 cores, 8 threads. Guess I should have done more homework on the Nuc's.
Thanks again Scott.