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Originally Posted by Larsonry View Post

Now I see why you wanted that 790i FTW so bad.... thats sweet!

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Unfortunately the XMS-3 DDR3 1600 bought was Cas 9. I was kicking myself in the butt when i bid on it. I've been trying to find some Cas 7 but they are few and far between. At least i will be up and running...hopefully with my x5470 thumb.gif . The board also came with a Q6600 also in great condition. For what i paid for the both ($110 shipped) i have no complaints....unless of course it doesn't work i will update once i confirm it working with my Xeon. I don't forsee any issues though
Edited by davtylica - 12/27/13 at 1:18am
post #1022 of 4627
Hi guys, I would try with this X5450 on my GA P35-DQ6 board, currently loaded with E7500

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Xeon-SLASB-3-0-12M-1333-X5450-Quad-Core-CPU-/221343040290?pt=US_Server_CPUs_Processors&hash=item338912c322

should I except success, has anyone tried similar setup?


ps, what is OC potential of SLASB CPU?

thanks!
post #1023 of 4627
Davtylica,
You should have no problem running a X5470 Xeon on your 790i FTW. I recently got my EVGA 790i running with a X5460 with no problems at all. The only reason I hadn't overcloked it yet is because I was having higher temps on the MCP 65 deg. C at ide and over 75 deg. C uner load with stock settings.
After reading a thread on OCN about modding a 790i ULtra, I replaced the EVGA northbridge fan with a 60mm 18cfm fan and a 40mm 9cfm fan on the radiator on top of the northbridge and 40mm fan on the radiator over the voltage regulators. Now my temps are less than 55 deg. C underload, so now I will start OC and I will post the results later.http://www.overclock.net/t/546361/790i-ultra-mcp-temp-fix-loweryour-south-bridge-temps-10c-15c-for-under-20
post #1024 of 4627
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Originally Posted by tradergem View Post

Davtylica,
You should have no problem running a X5470 Xeon on your 790i FTW. I recently got my EVGA 790i running with a X5460 with no problems at all. The only reason I hadn't overcloked it yet is because I was having higher temps on the MCP 65 deg. C at ide and over 75 deg. C uner load with stock settings.
After reading a thread on OCN about modding a 790i ULtra, I replaced the EVGA northbridge fan with a 60mm 18cfm fan and a 40mm 9cfm fan on the radiator on top of the northbridge and 40mm fan on the radiator over the voltage regulators. Now my temps are less than 55 deg. C underload, so now I will start OC and I will post the results later.http://www.overclock.net/t/546361/790i-ultra-mcp-temp-fix-loweryour-south-bridge-temps-10c-15c-for-under-20


Good to know. I didn't forsee any problems anyhow. Know the question will be where can i run my memory at ? I am reading of people running 16gb (4x4gb) configurations upwards of 1800mhz. I only have a 3x2gb 1600 kit coming so we shall see.

I believe the 790i FTW has revised chipset cooling. Also the 790i boards were well known for achieving 1900FSB+ and I already know I dont need that much because the x10 multi on the 5470 really goes far. I will be perfectly content running a 1750FSB with memory linked and synced @ 1:1 divider on all 4 DIMM's.
Edited by davtylica - 12/27/13 at 2:43pm
post #1025 of 4627
Got a question, what is the key factor that says the processor will work or not? Brand/bios of a 775 board or the chipset? I have a Dell 650i board that I want to try my X5460 on. So before i take a jigsaw to my motherboard....
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post #1026 of 4627
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Originally Posted by xg3nx View Post

Got a question, what is the key factor that says the processor will work or not? Brand/bios of a 775 board or the chipset? I have a Dell 650i board that I want to try my X5460 on. So before i take a jigsaw to my motherboard....


It is the "Microde" that allows it to work. Just so happens that the award bios that comes with the Gigabyte and Nforce boards seem to have came with all the necessary microdes.

This makes perfect sense from a business standpoint as board vendors would've had a more unified bios to derive from. It's good common sense smile.gif

BTW : I am out of adapters aside from my personal stash lol. Thanks to everyone who got them from me smile.gif
Edited by davtylica - 12/27/13 at 3:20pm
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Originally Posted by davtylica View Post

It is the "Microde" that allows it to work. Just so happens that the award bios that comes with the Gigabyte and Nforce boards seem to have came with all the necessary microdes.

This makes perfect sense from a business standpoint as board vendors would've had a more unified bios to derive from. It's good common sense smile.gif

BTW : I am out of adapters aside from my personal stash lol. Thanks to everyone who got them from me smile.gif

Nice thanks! I'm doing a suicide run as soon as I throw this bad boy in. Will post results. biggrin.gif Going to be on a Xigmatek cooler.
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post #1028 of 4627
I have two e5335 processors.
Do you think they will work in such mode?

Thanks.
post #1029 of 4627
I have three videos on youtube. They are not very informative, but still worth to check.
Thank you.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPBbpSgUXkw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NX48ERjMWws
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9mA7J_YSZs
post #1030 of 4627
Do you think this will work with motherboard Asus P5Q Premium and Xeon x5470?
Must I have a modified BIOS? Or is it enough upgrading to latest BIOS version from Asus?
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