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OK, yeah its just the monitor program that cant read the sensors correctly. The bios shows the correct 12v, but incorrectly shows the 5v. In windows it shows a perfect 5v but then tells me the 12v is running at 10.9, lol. I used the meter and even in Windows the meter tells me all 12v wires are providing 12.18v to the board. With this Xeon attached there is definitely weird things going on, even the default bios settings seem to upset it and you have to use load defaults to continue just to make it happy. All in all a positive experience.

EDIT: According to my Kill A Watt meter the system is only consuming 79.5 watts when idle sitting at the desktop. I think it was 71 with the C2D, but now I can't remember. Either way 80 is just fine with me as that is not enough to hurt the AC system in its ever ending fight to remove heat from this small room, lol...

EDIT2: OK, I went back to HWiNFO64 and now all the voltages register correctly. I thought for sure yesterday that I was seeing 10.9 also in the BIOS, but now I am not sure any more. After testing the PSU and re-connecting it everything is exactly as it should be with voltages. Temps are also slowly dropping so maybe my tim needs some time to settle. Now its down to 39-41C with 50 max when busy.

Thanks again guys thumb.gif

Its very important to clear CMOS and allow PC to boot into Windows with optimized settings before doing anything else.
I take it you are using a BIOS with updated microcodes?
Dont forget to enter correct settings for your ram.


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Its very important to clear CMOS and allow PC to boot into Windows with optimized settings before doing anything else.
I take it you are using a BIOS with updated microcodes?
Dont forget to enter correct settings for your ram.


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Yeah well I had cleared BIOS like three times just in case, and I had used the jumper once. It still didn't seem to matter and appeared like it was cleared since all the settings had changed and said "Overclocking failed". I removed the battery and used the jumper a second time just in case. Nothing changed, so I tried a different program and that fixed it.

Yeah updated the microcodes just like it said over at delidded, which was super easy. Now I want to see if there are new microcodes for my X5650 and update the Rampage III BIOS.

About the RAM, very good point man. I have everything set to auto at present (I don't have the time to bother yet), but just realized I need to make sure the voltage is currently safe "at least". I assume so, but its new RAM (2013 RAM pulled from the server last week) and I never bothered to check. Thanks for reminding me.
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Just curious.
What's the highest any of you with a Xeon have been able to get your FSB up to and still get into Windows?
I was just playing around and mine seems to top out at 514Mhz, that's with 2x2GB Team Group 1066 ram at least. Will test further and report back.
     
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Just for fun about 488fsb. Crashed within a minute. 466fsb works up until the latest win 10 update. Giggles ud3r and x5460.
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Just curious.
What's the highest any of you with a Xeon have been able to get your FSB up to and still get into Windows?
I was just playing around and mine seems to top out at 514Mhz, that's with 2x2GB Team Group 1066 ram at least. Will test further and report back.
Don't know highest, but 435 is current high stable. I did just try setting cpu multi to 8.5 and cranking the fsb up to 460's for the same 3.91GHz, It started to load Windows and hung on a black screen.After resetting the bios,Windows went the whole "you had a problem,do U want to repair or restart" route. Simple restart took care of it. I think for some of us,it may be because the boards weren't made to go beyound 1866 O.C.'d (466.5) so anything past the 466 is kinda extra. smile.gif tech, my board OVERCLOCKS to 1600 FSB, so anything past 400 is happy time for me. LOL (FSB1333 OC1600)thumb.gif EDIT; I also crank the multi on the ram down to 2.0 so it wasn't too high hen I tried that test for ya.
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480 is highest I think I got into Windows with. 455 highest Ive benchmarked at, but it was unstable. I leave mine at 400 as there is a gap between the straps from about 401-440 that its not worth being in performance wise on my board.
    
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480 is highest I think I got into Windows with. 455 highest Ive benchmarked at, but it was unstable. I leave mine at 400 as there is a gap between the straps from about 401-440 that its not worth being in performance wise on my board.
ROTFL" it wasn't bad enough we had "thigh gaps" to consider, now we have FSB gaps! " <--- on the next episode of Keeping up with The Intel Adaptians....thumb.gif had to add a joke! biggrin.gif
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I cannot get it stable at all, i swear to god ill buy a tablet!





Prime95 crushed again, what do i miss?
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I cannot get it stable at all, i swear to god ill buy a tablet!





Prime95 crushed again, what do i miss?
Ok, why is the cpu ratio @ 9.0 instead of 9.5? Try setting it 9.5 and setting FSB frequency to 333. That will give base clock setting for the cpu. Slowly increase the FSB frequecy and keep ck'n it's stable. When it crashes, try increaseing the voltage a notch or 2 and ck. ALSO, were the temps of 80 celcius posting AFTER corrections to your temp settings? or before the -15 degrees? AND it looked like you were running Furmark AND Prime95 TOGETHER???? 1 or the other, NOT both @ same time! Also, close other background programs when running Prime95, so they won't start doing chores in the middle of the test. (I saw U had Malwarebytes loaded in background) Finally, are U still running the intel cooler that came with the 65watt C2D? If so, heat may be an issue. EDIT: @ 9.5, a FSB freq of 350 will give a cpu clock of 3.32GHz and still have the FSB speed at 1400.
Edited by schuck6566 - 8/15/16 at 9:04am
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Ok, why is the cpu ratio @ 9.0 instead of 9.5? Try setting it 9.5 and setting FSB frequency to 333. That will give base clock setting for the cpu. Slowly increase the FSB frequecy and keep ck'n it's stable. When it crashes, try increaseing the voltage a notch or 2 and ck. ALSO, were the temps of 80 celcius posting AFTER corrections to your temp settings? or before the -15 degrees? AND it looked like you were running Furmark AND Prime95 TOGETHER???? 1 or the other, NOT both @ same time! Also, close other background programs when running Prime95, so they won't start doing chores in the middle of the test. (I saw U had Malwarebytes loaded in background) Finally, are U still running the intel cooler that came with the 65watt C2D? If so, heat may be an issue.

i've set -15 on Coretemp, i've an aftermarket cooler slightly better than intel stock. Im running furmark just to make sure the system will be stable any given load. what about the Cpu PPL vol, Fsb term, NBvol and LLC? how should i treat them when i gradually overclock the cpu?
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