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nevermind, apparently i didn't see that you have to rotate the CPU 90 degrees, it works now.
Ummm, U don't rotate the cpu, the notches are 90degrees off.That's the whole purpose of cutting the tabs off in the socket. Socket 775 has notches top & bottom to fitt 775 cpu's, and socket 771 has them on the left and right. After cutting the tabs off,and placing the sticker on the 771 cpu, place the cpu in the socket with the gold tri-angle in the BOTTOM LEFT corner of the socket. That tri-angle goes in THAT corner no matter if you are using the 771 cpu or switching back to a 775 (C2D,C2Q)cpu. That's your ck mark now that tabs are gone. thumb.gif
Edited by schuck6566 - 10/5/16 at 6:54am
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Hey there, my Modsticker finally arrived after one week ( jealoussmiley.gif )!
While testing how well my board overclocks with the old C2D, I noticed that it performs better with the "P03" Bios than with the "latest" 1.23 version.
The odd thing is, that the stable NB voltages for example are completely different, on the P03 they are around 100mV lower than on the v1.23. headscratch.gif

Now I am wondering if it is possible to find out what exactly the difference between these two versions is.
I would try asking the MSI support but oh well, they didn't even bother answering my first question I asked via support ticket two weeks ago. mad.gif
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Originally Posted by SantasDeer View Post

Hey there, my Modsticker finally arrived after one week ( jealoussmiley.gif )!
While testing how well my board overclocks with the old C2D, I noticed that it performs better with the "P03" Bios than with the "latest" 1.23 version.
The odd thing is, that the stable NB voltages for example are completely different, on the P03 they are around 100mV lower than on the v1.23. headscratch.gif

Now I am wondering if it is possible to find out what exactly the difference between these two versions is.
I would try asking the MSI support but oh well, they didn't even bother answering my first question I asked via support ticket two weeks ago. mad.gif

MSI is probably not very motivated in providing support for such legacy hardware.
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Originally Posted by SantasDeer View Post

Hey there, my Modsticker finally arrived after one week ( jealoussmiley.gif )!
While testing how well my board overclocks with the old C2D, I noticed that it performs better with the "P03" Bios than with the "latest" 1.23 version.
The odd thing is, that the stable NB voltages for example are completely different, on the P03 they are around 100mV lower than on the v1.23. headscratch.gif

Now I am wondering if it is possible to find out what exactly the difference between these two versions is.
I would try asking the MSI support but oh well, they didn't even bother answering my first question I asked via support ticket two weeks ago. mad.gif
Ok, don't know 1.23, in U.S. they only OFFICIALY released 1.0 & 1.1 . But there was a 1.1B2 beta and a performance beta (vP03) 1.1 beta supposedly helped to correct data corruption. differences between 1.0 ^ 1.1 consisted mostly of adding cpu codes,correction temp readings and updating a piece of nvidia firmware see the following for an idea of type of firmware NVVM version updated http://docs.nvidia.com/cuda//pdf/libNVVM_API.pdf See HERE for description of beta and performance bios. https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=118146 Hope this helps. P.S., I'd probably try the 1.1b2 or the performance beta's with the xeon codes added.wink.gif
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Hi there. I just got the E5450 SLBBM. Is it possible to get it to work in a asus striker extreme motherboard? I think i did update the bios with the microcodes in page 1 but i can't seem to get it to work.

Might be the motherboard that doesn't support it?
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Hi there. I just got the E5450 SLBBM. Is it possible to get it to work in a asus striker extreme motherboard? I think i did update the bios with the microcodes in page 1 but i can't seem to get it to work.

Might be the motherboard that doesn't support it?
http://www.delidded.com/lga-771-to-775-adapter/3/#asus the motherboards listed as supporting the mod, first ? is do U have the sticker on straight? 2nd ? is did U cut the tabs in the socket ? 3rd ? is have U tried the board with a pentium/c2d,cdq processor to see if it boots after the bios update? Finally,have U reset the bios after the update and tried booting with only 1 stick of ram? (I know the 700 series was iffy with ram & oc's,not sure about the 680i) Check these points & let us know, there are people here who also help with adding the code to bios if that's what turns out 2 be the issue. smile.gif Some good peeps here.wink.gif P.S. you may want to list the Mobo, ram, ect so people won't need to ask.
Edited by schuck6566 - 10/6/16 at 7:18am
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http://www.delidded.com/lga-771-to-775-adapter/3/#asus the motherboards listed as supporting the mod, first ? is do U have the sticker on straight? 2nd ? is did U cut the tabs in the socket ? 3rd ? is have U tried the board with a pentium/c2d,cdq processor to see if it boots after the bios update? Finally,have U reset the bios after the update and tried booting with only 1 stick of ram? (I know the 700 series was iffy with ram & oc's,not sure about the 680i) Check these points & let us know, there are people here who also help with adding the code to bios if that's what turns out 2 be the issue. smile.gif Some good peeps here.wink.gif P.S. you may want to list the Mobo, ram, ect so people won't need to ask.

Thank you. I'm just gonna go thru the things you mention and then i will get back thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by schuck6566 View Post

http://www.delidded.com/lga-771-to-775-adapter/3/#asus the motherboards listed as supporting the mod, first ? is do U have the sticker on straight? 2nd ? is did U cut the tabs in the socket ? 3rd ? is have U tried the board with a pentium/c2d,cdq processor to see if it boots after the bios update? Finally,have U reset the bios after the update and tried booting with only 1 stick of ram? (I know the 700 series was iffy with ram & oc's,not sure about the 680i) Check these points & let us know, there are people here who also help with adding the code to bios if that's what turns out 2 be the issue. smile.gif Some good peeps here.wink.gif P.S. you may want to list the Mobo, ram, ect so people won't need to ask.

No luck.
It starts up with my core2duo after BIOS update but black screen with the xeon. Tried with 1 stick of ram and 2 in all sockets.
The xeon is made ready for socket 775.

Ram is 2 x corsair xms2 800mhz 2gb
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No luck.
It starts up with my core2duo after BIOS update but black screen with the xeon. Tried with 1 stick of ram and 2 in all sockets.
The xeon is made ready for socket 775.

Ram is 2 x corsair xms2 800mhz 2gb
Did you reset the bios then boot the xeon?? Either with the bios jumper or pulling the battery. Also, make sure the gold triangle is in proper corner of socket.(should be bottom left,or same as C2D.)
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Originally Posted by schuck6566 View Post

Did you reset the bios then boot the xeon?? Either with the bios jumper or pulling the battery. Also, make sure the gold triangle is in proper corner of socket.(should be bottom left,or same as C2D.)
Yes to all of them.
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