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Please Enable ACC on my ECS ic780m-a2
#1
Hi, I Just got a new CPU which is a AMD Phenom ii X2 545. I've heard that it has 2 disabled cores. Can some one help me mod my bios so that i can use ACC to enable the other 2 cores? My Motherboard is an ECS IC780M-A2.
Download link:
Thankshttp://download.ecsusa.com/dlfileecs/BIOSROM/IC780M-A2/7802AB03.zip

~budgetbuilder


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#2
You will need to upload a copy of your bios so that people can take a look at it.
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#3
Here is the download link http://download.ecsusa.com/dlfileecs/BIO...02AB03.zip
I'm new at this.
If you could, could you tell me if this bios is ami because I've only booted my system once. If it's not, can you tell me what it is?

Thanks,
Budgetbuilder
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#4
Hello,
I recently got a Phenom ii x2 545 and I heard you could enable the disabled 2 cores to make it a quad core. My ECS IC780M-A2 Has the 780 chipset and from some research, most of the other AM3 boards that have ACC use this chipset. In the Attachment is Bios.

Thanks,
Budgetbuilder


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#5
Would anyone be able to unlock the ACC function on the ECS IC780M-A2. Its a 770 Board with the 710SB. Here is the bios for the board


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#6
I have the same motherboard. I posted on this same Forum 2 weeks ago, but no1 helped me. Good Luck!
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(04-14-2012, 07:24 AM)Budgetbuilder Wrote: Hello,
I recently got a Phenom ii x2 545 and I heard you could enable the disabled 2 cores to make it a quad core. My ECS IC780M-A2 Has the 780 chipset and from some research, most of the other AM3 boards that have ACC use this chipset. In the Attachment is Bios.

Thanks,
Budgetbuilder
Any luck on this? I could use the same thing if it's available. I submitted a ticket to ECS and they replied they had no intention of adding this feature.
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(11-10-2012, 12:48 PM)greebly Wrote:
(04-14-2012, 07:24 AM)Budgetbuilder Wrote: Hello,
I recently got a Phenom ii x2 545 and I heard you could enable the disabled 2 cores to make it a quad core. My ECS IC780M-A2 Has the 780 chipset and from some research, most of the other AM3 boards that have ACC use this chipset. In the Attachment is Bios.

Thanks,
Budgetbuilder
Any luck on this? I could use the same thing if it's available. I submitted a ticket to ECS and they replied they had no intention of adding this feature.

None, none at all, i ended up getting a MSI 880g-e45 motherboard from Microcenter for $25 clearance Good luck to you!

(11-10-2012, 12:48 PM)greebly Wrote:
(04-14-2012, 07:24 AM)Budgetbuilder Wrote: Hello,
I recently got a Phenom ii x2 545 and I heard you could enable the disabled 2 cores to make it a quad core. My ECS IC780M-A2 Has the 780 chipset and from some research, most of the other AM3 boards that have ACC use this chipset. In the Attachment is Bios.

Thanks,
Budgetbuilder
Any luck on this? I could use the same thing if it's available. I submitted a ticket to ECS and they replied they had no intention of adding this feature.

None, none at all, i ended up getting a MSI 880g-e45 motherboard from Microcenter for $25 clearance Good luck to you!
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#9
Unlock ACC support by flashing bios from ASROCK 770 Extrime3 with programmator CH341A, mainboard works good, can overclock. not tested my cpu only 2 core))) Better Late Than Never  Blush
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#10
BIOS from 770 Extreme3


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