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  • Das Herzstück vieler neuer Leistungsmerkmale bei Intel vPro Systemen sind die neuesten Intel® Core™ vPro™ Prozessoren. Diese Prozessoren bieten gleichzeitig herausragende Leistung und energieeffizienten Betrieb. Schauen Sie sich die Leistungsmerkmale unten an und besuchen Sie die Parallel Programming Community für weiteren Threading-Support.


    Die Intel® Hyper-Threading-Technik (Intel® HT Technology)1 nutzt Prozessorressourcen auf effizientere Weise und ermöglicht die gleichzeitige Ausführung mehrerer Threads auf jedem Prozessorkern. Die Intel® Hyper-Threading-Technik erhöht den Prozessordurchsatz für bessere Gesamtleistung auf gethreadeter Software. Die Intel Hyper-Threading-Technik gibt es auf Intel® Core™ Prozessoren der früheren Generation, Intel® Core™ Prozessoren der 2. Generation sowie auf Intel® Xeon® Prozessoren.

    Mit einem Intel® Prozessor und Chipsatz in Kombination mit einem für die Intel Hyper-Threading-Technik geeigneten Betriebssystem und BIOS können Sie:

    • Anspruchsvolle Anwendungen gleichzeitig ausführen - ohne Beeinträchtigung des Ansprechverhaltens des Systems
    • Die Sicherheit, Effizienz und Verwaltung von Systemen verbessern - bei minimaler Beeinträchtigung der Produktivität
    • Reserven für zukünftiges Geschäftswachstum und neue Lösungsmerkmale bereitstellen

    Einführung zum Hyper-Threading ›

    1 Verfügbar bei bestimmten Intel® Core™ Prozessoren. Erfordert ein System, das für die Intel® Hyper-Threading-Technik (Intel® HT-Technik) geeignet ist. Informieren Sie sich beim PC-Hersteller. Die Leistungseigenschaften können je nach verwendeter Hardware und Software unterschiedlich ausfallen. Unter erhalten Sie weitere Informationen mit Angaben darüber, welche Prozessoren für die Intel HT-Technik geeignet sind.


    Intel hat seine Intel® Turbo-Boost-Technik2 optimiert. Jetzt gibt es für Systeme mit Intel® Core™ Prozessoren der 2. Generation noch mehr Leistung. Die Intel® Turbo-Boost-Technik 2.0 ermöglicht den automatischen Prozessorkernbetrieb mit höherer Geschwindigkeit als der Basisbetriebsfrequenz, wenn die angegebenen Leistungs-, Strom- und Temperaturlimits unterschritten werden. Die Intel Turbo-Boost-Technik 2.0 wird aktiviert, wenn das Betriebssystem (OS) den höchsten Prozessorleistungszustand (P0) anfordert.

    Die maximale Frequenz der Intel Turbo-Boost-Technik 2.0 hängt von der Anzahl aktiver Prozessorkerne ab. Die Verweildauer des Prozessors im Zustand der Intel Turbo-Boost-Technik 2.0 hängt von der Auslastung und der Betriebsumgebung ab.

    Die Obergrenze der Intel Turbo-Boost-Technik 2.0 kann je nach Arbeitslast durch die folgenden Faktoren bestimmt sein:

    • Anzahl aktiver Prozessorkerne
    • Geschätzter Stromverbrauch
    • Geschätzte Leistungsaufnahme
    • Prozessortemperatur

    Wenn der Prozessorbetrieb unter diesen Limits liegt und die Arbeitslast des Benutzers zusätzliche Leistung erfordert, wird die Prozessorfrequenz dynamisch erhöht, bis das obere Frequenzlimit erreicht ist. Die Intel Turbo-Boost-Technik 2.0 weist mehrere Algorithmen auf, die gleichzeitig laufen, um die Faktoren Strom, Leistung und Temperatur für maximale Leistung und Energieeffizienz zu regeln. Hinweis: Die Intel Turbo-Boost-Technik 2.0 ermöglicht einen kurzzeitigen Prozessorbetrieb über der spezifizierten Leistungsobergrenze (TDP), um maximale Leistung zu erzielen.

    2 Für die Intel® Turbo-Boost-Technik muss das System mit einem für die Intel Turbo-Boost-Technik geeigneten Prozessor ausgestattet sein. Die Leistung der Intel Turbo-Boost-Technik kann je nach Hardware-, Software- und gesamter Systemkonfiguration unterschiedlich ausfallen. Informieren Sie sich beim PC-Hersteller darüber, ob das betreffende System die Intel Turbo-Boost-Technik unterstützt. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter

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Cannot connect to vPro 9 from MDTK 1.26
By mcbsys21
Hi, I found this forum from the Open Manageability Developer Tool Kit (MDTK) page. I'm setting up a new Lenovo M93p running AMT 9.0.2-build 1345. This is for a small business, so it's all manual provisioning. I've turned on SOL, IDER, and KVM. I've set user consent to NONE. I can access the machine via a web browser (port 16992) for power control, log viewing, etc. However when I try to Connect from MDTK 1.26, the connection times out. Same thing if I try to connect from UltraVNC. If I run Wireshark while trying to connect with MDTK, I can see packets going back and forth between the management station and the M93p. (This is all on a local IPv4 LAN for now.) I don't know what the packets mean, but at leat there is bi-directional traffic. Just to be sure, I disabled the firewall on my Win7 management PC just in case that was a problem, but that didn't make a difference. Is there something I'm missing to able to connect remotely to this machine using MDTK and VNC/KVM? Thanks, Mark
How to stop iAMT from resetting during power outtage
By Joshua E.3
Hi. We're trying to use iAMT on some boards that are being developed for us, but having one issue: We setup a MEBx password on the board, and everything works great. We have Admin level access and can KVM/etc as needed. However, once line power is removed and the CMOS battery is missing/dead, the MEBx account resets and we lose our iAMT config. After that, we obviously can't KVM/etc to fix the machine. Is there some way to configure iAMT so it won't lose the config when the CMOS is pulled? If it loses the config when power is lost and the CMOS battery is dead, it's unfortunately not suitable to our application, unless there is some other way to gain Admin access once the MEBx password is reset that I can't find. Also, maybe unrelated, but the \Windows\Intel_Manageability_Configuration\Bin folder in the Gold SDK is missing, which means I can't gen certs/etc. Thanks!
How to backup Intel® MEBx bin firmware on a Desktop based on the Intel Q35 architecture?
By Lalya S.3
Hello, I have two "SUN Microsystems" workstations identical but one is not able to access the Management Engine BIOS Extension (MEBx). There's no point in which, during boot, it tells 'Press <Ctrl-P> to enter MEBx Setup', I have tried serveral reboots pressing every solitary second 'Ctrl+P' but still absolutely no way to access. I have also tried to update the BIOS version several times but still nothing. The other identical machine works fine instead and it is showing the Ctrl-P message. So I want to ask if there's some way with an utility (under DOS of course) to make a backup of the ME firmware BIN image (I don't mean the BIOS!) from the working machine, and then load it back in the machine who has problems. Intel AMT BIOS Extensions is version Thanks
Intel AMT unreachable after power off
By vladimir b.8
Hello, I've been trying to solve an issue with AMT for couple of days and have nowhere to turn anymore, so I'm trying here.  My problem is simple: After I turn OFF PC which has AMT configured AND AFTER OS has loaded (VMware ESXi), AMT becomes unreachable.AMT is set up with Power Policies : Desktop: ON in S0, ME Wake in S3, S4-5 active. If I power OFF system BEFORE OS has loaded, AMT is accessible after PC has been turned OFF. Im using Gigabyte GA-Q87M-D2H motherboard (which has Intel I217-LM NIC on-board) with i7-4770S CPU, 32G RAM and Seasonic 80+Gold PSU. I've tried changing PSU, removing UPS ( directly connecting PC to power outlet ) without any difference. When PC is ON, i can access all AMT features such as KVM, turn it ON, power cycle, reset etc. I can also turn OFF the PC, and if I do it BEFORE OS loads ( or if I remove OS drive altogether ) I can reach AMT while PC is OFF and turn it back ON. But once OS is loaded, and i shutdown PC (graceful or just long press on the power bu…
How can I look up the AMT port IO port from windows COM3 port?
By Geraldine F.1
Hello all, I was told this was the place to ask this sort of thing. I want to programmatically write debugging messages to the Intel AMT virtual/fake serial port from within Intel TXT. So I can't use the AMT library. The port shows up as COM3 in Windows (the only COM port). Is there a way to look up what the port IO port should be so I can use assembly to talk over it? I know that historically, by convention serial port 3 was at port 0x3E8, but writing to that (or any of the other conventional serial port addresses) doesn't seem to produce any output on the listening side. Thanks in advance, Gerri F.
AMT SDK examples don't compile w/ VS 2008
By jimbo b.7
What I want to use is VS 2010 on Windows 7. I noticed on the AMT SDK page it says there's a known issue that stuff won't compile on Win 7, so I'm trying on Win XP and VS 2008 to start with, since that appears to be closest to what this stuff was originally made with (it says the Redirection sample is VS 2005 project) When I do the VS 2005->2008 conversion I get one warning on XP and a different one on Win 7. I'll post Win XP for now: Conversion Issues - IMRGUISample.vcproj: Web deployment to the local IIS server is no longer supported. The Web Deployment build tool has been removed from your project settings. Project file successfully backed up as 'Z:\AMT8.1.4198\Windows\Intel_AMT\Samples\Redirection\IMRGUI\IMRGUISample.vcproj.8.00.old'. Project upgraded successfully. This application has been updated to include settings related to the User Account Control (UAC) feature of Windows Vista. By default, when run on Windows Vista with UAC enabled, this application is marked to run with…
Intel Anti-Theft/ME backdoor question
By Lucian P.5
We restrict some of our workstations from access the internet. At network level router drops any packet with destination outside of LAN and generates warnings in log. At OS level (windows workstations) we use low level driver blocking the same. It helps to keep router's logs empty of warnings, because Windows never sends anything to external IP. Also it's a trap for deep backdoors. We are going to buy new workstations with Intel 7/8-series chipsets. Intel Ant-Theft settings will be default (not activated). The question. Will we find in router's log any (even 1) connection attempt to internet (or DNS resolve requests) after year of use?
Configure Profile: Failed to read certificates from given files. Reason: File decryption failed.
By dominique c.1
I am new to vPro and want to package something to remotely configure workstations at my work. I have used SCS to create a .XML file that I have used successfully to configure a machine with the ACUCONFIG.exe tool. My goal is to allow the use of VNC plus to remotely control an enabled machine. VNC plus will connect to my machine with no encryption. I now want to make encryption work. I downloaded the Intel AMT SDK and used AuditCertGen.bat to generate the certificate files I'd need. I then went back into SCS and the TLS section. Used the 'use certificate from a file' method and put in the path for the certificate and private key and generated a new XML file. I am using the newcert.pem and newkey.pem files that were generated. I am not sure if I need the newcert.der or newreq.pem files...I am not sure where to use these. On my test machine I brought over the ACUCONFIG files, the new XML and certificate files and executed ACUCONFIG as before. This time I get an error in the log file. I a…


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