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Originally Posted by mikelme View Post
Ok this is just weird.
I tried again today and by bumping the CPU NB v to 1.225 it booted as a quad core.
Then, I returned to factory defaults because I forgot tor reset it after I changed something, but it still booted as a quad core (1.425 vcore and 1.2 cpunb)
Now time for the stability tests
Must be the core unlocker function on that board getting weird?
The 800 series chipsets don't use ACC anymore I believe...
post #22 of 23
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Or maybe it's just wired (harhar. Get the pun? )
So far so good, never had Prime95 detect any errors on 1-2 hour tests. Going to lock the cores back up until my mosfet/CPU HSFs come in.
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post #23 of 23
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...f-66c2928d6de4

This is how to make windows task manager recognize your cores after an unlock.
Edited by geckyl - 5/23/11 at 1:06pm
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