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Originally Posted by uazzamerican View Post

The system is functional, it keeps saying unknown CPU, to unleash full potential blah blah...
Eventi if I updated it.
Can you vive me tour BIOS?
Here's the last bios from Asus,I've added/updated ALL the 45&65nm socket 771& 775 microcodes from intel NOT including P4 based or Mobilecpu's. All other cpu's in bios were left unchanged EXCEPT those added updated. (If it had P4 support,it STILL DOES) Asus suggested using AFUDOS when they released a prior bios update containing cpu codes. If you were using an older bios,U may need to use AFUDOS for some reason. Also,too much paste,or the sticker placement on the xeon being off can cause the cpu error like that. P5KC-1203modded4565nmsocket771775codesaddedupdated.zip 653k .zip file Asus P5KC-1203 Modded bios with 45&65nm microcodes for socket 771&775 cpu's added/updated. <--- If too large to flash, let me know & will redo with just the 45nm codes added/updated. Edit: If you want to see some of the many things it CAN be causing your problem,go back to around page 907 and see my journey with my p5e-vm rolleyes.gif lot's of people helped out trying to solve the issue. I learned ALOT there. thumb.gif (mostly not to try to save a couple dollars on cable extensions)biggrin.gif
Edited by schuck6566 - 4/16/17 at 5:35am
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Thank you,
sorry for my mispelling, I was typing from my smartphone and did all sort of errors.
I will try this modded bios.

I have to say that the same chip with the P5Q-SE/R was perfectly recognized (with moded bios of course) so I don't think is a chip issue.
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hell... This internet connection is a nightmare... SORRY
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Well the bios was a success, now my Xeon is 100% functional
Only thing is that the P5KC is not a good board at all, even if I am able to use DDR3.

The P45 P5Q SE/R was far better.

Heck I am not able to reach even 3.6GHz....
Edited by uazzamerican - 4/16/17 at 9:05am
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Originally Posted by chillgreen View Post

Hi guys, im new here..
I have old 775 socket motherboard (asus p5gc-mx/gbl) can xeon x5450 work with it?
No, 945GC support Core 2 Duo/Xeon core only. I was tested it with older revision P5GC-MX/1333.

btw: P5GC-MX/1333 have stability issues with 1333 MT/s FSB and I was upgrade to Core 2 Duo E7600.
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Originally Posted by uazzamerican View Post

Well the bios was a success, now my Xeon is 100% functional
Only thing is that the P5KC is not a good board at all, even if I am able to use DDR3.

The P45 P5Q SE/R was far better.

Heck I am not able to reach even 3.6GHz....

i went for Asus P5QC because my P5KC was also terrible. If also learned somethings that i did not know in the past, and maybe that would help me get more speed, but afaik, P5KC is a bad board (even having a P35 chipset, which is known to be good at overclocking also).
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Originally Posted by agentx007 View Post

I see...
Have you tried 1,25V ?
Maybe it will be enough an won't cause overheating.

You can always put a small fan over your chipset in the future.
Also, changing strap setting and/or performance level (disabling ASUS's "RAM boosters"), can help in stability without the need of extra Voltage on NB.
Thanks for the tip. Im at my parents for the holidays but gonna check on tuesday. If you don't have any other suggestions then that will be my last attempt. If still fails i leave the pc at stock settings cos having 8gb ram is more beneficial than OC.
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Originally Posted by lumpen View Post

Thanks for the tip. Im at my parents for the holidays but gonna check on tuesday. If you don't have any other suggestions then that will be my last attempt. If still fails i leave the pc at stock settings cos having 8gb ram is more beneficial than OC.
lol, probably half of the boards I've read about here have extra cooling on the NB.ESPECIALLY if they are running 8Gb or more of ram. They usually have a cooler of some type if they're a board designed for OC'ing and even then people put fans to them. 1 reason this thing sold(even though it kinda sucked as a cooler) was the adverising and description.Note it shows how it's supposed to work. wink.gif
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