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  • #76
    i5-750 all cores enabled - problem resolved

    Finally the issue is resolved. It was caused by, surprisingly by the USB mouse attached to the system. I found disabling USB legacy support in the BIOS allows the system to boot with all cores enabled. However, this deactivates the keyboard as well till the OS is loaded. Changing the mouse did the trick and it works fine. I didn't find any other problem with that particular optical mouse and use it with my other older systems having Ubuntu and Windows with no problem.

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    • #77
      whats with the total lack of any x264 tests on most I series benches , we always want x264 and ffmpeg tests and results, ALWAYSI SAY....

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