Hi all, Last night I (with my wife's help) built up the second PC shown in my signature (Wife's Gaming PC). Everything went smoothly bar the fiddle PSU installation and lack of cable management in the Lian Li case. Windows 7 installed fine as did all of the neccessary drivers required to get it up and running. As far as I could tell the system was ready to use. Now comes the "issue" or "quirk" depending on which way you look at it: On boot up and under Windows 7 system properties (Device manager) the processor shows as "AMD processor unknown". MSI core centre doesn't know what the processor is (all entries show blank) so I don't get any ability to tweak it through windows (only use the software for fan control anyway so this isn't a big issue). CPU-Z registers the CPU as a Phenom X6 1605T running at 3GHZ (all other boxes look correct for a Phenom II X4/X6). I presume that this is the name given to a unlocked X4 960T (just like an unlocked 555BE is called a X4 B55). Bios wise I can see and use all of the overclocking options, voltage options and most importantly core unlock options (all of which are enabled). Performance wise I have run it through the CPC benchmark and it scored 1279 stock (3GHz) and 1339 at 3.3Ghz. Looking at Bit's reviews a Phenom II X6 1100T (3.3Ghz) scores 135x, once I factor in the RAM timings - which I didn't tweak (so very slack), I am scoring basically the same as a X6 at the same clock speed. I also ran the processor through Intel Burn Test for 30 minutes (ran out of time last night as I wanted to benchmark it) and it passed. All of the benchmarks, bios features and key pieces of software point to processor being fully functional and fully unlocked. I should point out that the bios has been fully updated on the 870A-G54 MB. The one installed should be compatible with the 960T. My main question comes down to; Is the processor showing as "unknown" at boot a issue? Judging by the performance results and the fact the system seems to work fine I don't think it is an issue but I have never experienced this before.