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Opteron 170 only showing one core??

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Opteron 170 only showing one core??

Postby Guest » Mon Dec 12, 2005 11:07 pm

Ok, I have an Opty 170 and this little program of yours is oly showing Processor #1.

The Select Processor tab is greyed out? with Processor #1 writen in it.

Anyone have any ideas?

Postby Guest » Mon Dec 12, 2005 11:08 pm

On a side note? Should I run this when overclocked or only at defaults?


Postby The Coolest » Wed Dec 14, 2005 1:31 pm

The reason the program only shows one CPU is because these values are located in the CPU memory controller, and not the cores themselves.
And for this reason the programs searches physical CPUs, and only shows one CPU even if its a dual core.
On a dualie setup, be it single core or dual core, the program will only show 2 CPUs.

Regarding running it OCed or stock, it doesn't matter, the voltage it reads is the stock voltage (not the one you chose in BIOS), so its a static value. So is the TCaseMax value which is static as well, so it doesn't really matter when your run it. The important values will always be the same.
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