|16 Jan 2012||#3|
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There is also a setting in BIOS to turn on and off individual cores. One of your cores may be turned off.
My brothers AMD 6 core had one turned off in the BIOS when it was first put together. Found the setting and enabled it.
Have no idea why 1 core was disabled on a new motherboard but it was.
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