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Had this board, yes it will unlock cores, yes it is a nice overclocker had my 1055T at 4.0 GHz for a while and yes it will be able to use SLI with the SLI hack.

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I am using this motherboard atm and it definitely allows you to unlock cores. You can enable or disable the feature. When enabled it tells you how many cores are unlocked on the BIOS splash screen.

Overclocking seems simple enough but I haven't been able to really play around with that as I don't think my PSU can handle it. I have a lot of stuff connected to my current Thermaltake 450W PSU (6 case fans + the rest of my sig rig). That PSU came with an old Thermaltake case I had. I did attempt to overclock once and my 1090T BE was never stable above 3.4GHz.. I am also a noob to overclocking so maybe I was doing something wrong. I am getting a new XFX 750W Pro core edition (that should arrive in the next few days) so I can attempt overclocking again but mostly to be ready for a needed video card upgrade in the near future.
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