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Old 22nd April 2010, 13:15   #1
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Default ASRocks unlocks AMD's CPU Cores, 4-cores become 6!

Do you desire for the free upgrade? Of course, you do! Different from the traditional motherboard, ASRock UCC series motherboard makes a new definition of how a motherboard will be used! It is a new upgradeable motherboard usage that users enable the ASRock UCC (Unlock CPU Cores) feature in BIOS, and the CPU cores could be upgraded from X2/X3 to X4. ASRock UCC simplifies AMD CPU activation. Just a simple switch of the BIOS option ‘UCC’, you can unlock the extra CPU core to enjoy an instant performance boost. Additionally, some CPU can even increase L3 cache size up to 6MB. Not only on AMD 8xx series motherboards, have we implemented the UCC feature on entry Nvidia N68 series motherboards as well.

http://www.asrock.com/feature/UCC/in...t=Introduction
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