Grand.Fang thanks for the explanation.
All Intel processors support Core multi-processing or multiplexing technology, but it is going to depend on the motherboard if it provides that option on BIOS.
This feature is available on the main tab of our motherboards. There is an option to enable 1, 2, 3 or all cores.
Mature units used to come with Multiplexing technology or Multi Core technology but they only allow to enable or disabled this feature. If you disable it, the CPU will use only one Core.
Since you are using a motherboard with embedded processor, it will be necessary to check if this setting is available on the board, but for sure the CPU supports this ability.