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overclocking with the motherboard MA785GM-US2H ACC activated

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by savatage, Apr 26, 2010.

  1. savatage New Member

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    Hello friends, I made a little over on my Athlon II X3, see results, and pay close attention to what happened activated acc.

    1st image processor in stock
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    2nd image with Acc on, pay close attention to the processor model:
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    What worried me is that I could not activate the 4th core of this processor, such as Omega friend got into this review: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/Athlon_II_X3_425/01.html

    This motherboard of gigabyte-MA785GM US2H in your bios offers conditions for a good overclock and support for use of the ACC.
    I would like to view friends' forum.
    memories that I'm using are the CORSAIR DOMINATOR DDR2 1066MHz.
    thank you
     
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  2. Thrackan

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    Core unlocking is not guaranteed. It's that simple, although I have never seen an X2 unlock to X3 and not X4 before.
    My X3 doesn't unlock at all.
     
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    First pic showing a Athlon X3 425 cpu at 2700Mhz (triple core) ,second pic showing a PhenomII X2 cpu (OCed dual core , but not L3 cache weird) .After acc enabled one core is lost at cpu-z.
    If you had X3 425 reset your cmos.
     

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