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post #1201 of 12376
Hi,

I own a Asus P5 deluxe with the latest Firmware 1238 and a Xeon X5450.

My System is running but I wanted to add the CPU microcodes as listed in post 863. Alle the 3 of them. But after the first code MMtool is telling me that there is no more space. Which one of the 3 codes is the right for X5450? Or could be someone so Kind to add the CPU code for me? Thanks for your help.


Thanks in advance

Klausi
Edited by Klausi - 1/8/14 at 3:10am
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Originally Posted by davtylica View Post

IgoRRR , congrats on the x5460. I hope it serves you as well as mine had before I sold it. If you need any recommendations for speeds/voltages please feel free to PM me and I will assist you. So far it seems as though you got all your eggs in the right basket...also adding +rep. Great job!!!

You are very generous smile.gif

You have a PM wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Klausi View Post

My System is running but I wanted to add the CPU microcodes as listed in post 863. Alle the 3 of them. But after the first code MMtool is telling me that there is no more space. Which one of the 3 codes is the right for X5450?
Simply remove several ancient microcodes to free up some space. I guess you wouldn't use say Pentium D, Pentium Dual-Core E2xxx/E4xxx etc.
Use www.cpu-world.com to find out which CPUs are correspond to specific CPUID.

Eventually, you could check your CPUID (10676 or 1067A) and choose the only one microcode that matches your CPU:
Quote:
cpu00010676_plat00000040_ver0000060f_date20100929.bin
... or ...
cpu0001067a_plat00000044_ver00000a0b_date20100928.bin

Edited by 000000 - 1/7/14 at 11:45pm
post #1204 of 12376
Hi,
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Originally Posted by 000000 View Post

Simply remove several ancient microcodes to free up some space. I

thanks für the tip, I have done it exactly this way and now it works. Thanks. If there is a list of working combination:

Asus P5 deluxe and Xeon X5450 work.

Klausi
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MSI P35 Platinum/Xeon 5460 - posts and freezes right away after memory check OK. Is this considered posting?

Updated to latest bios to no avail.

Can someone help me out here? Possibly point me in the right direction?

EDIT: At the top of the screen the motherboard does recognize it as a Xeon 5460.
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post #1208 of 12376
Hi,

I'm playing around to have a LGA 771 support on my LGA 775 motherboard. I think I'm going nowhere with MMtools and Ami...

I have followed the instructions, but when I tried to add any 771 microcode, the CPU Patch section become all garbage...the date, microcode id of the tab become a bunch of random hexadecimal...


Would someone be able to add CPU support into my bios for the following ?

Intel Xeon X5482 SLBBG 3.2ghz 1600FSB 12M Cache

Part number AT80574KL088NT
Frequency (GHz) ? 3.2
Bus speed (MHz) ? 1600
Package type 771-land FC-LGA8
Socket type Socket 771 (LGA771)

Architecture / Microarchitecture / Other

CPUID 1067Ah
Core stepping E0
Qualification sample QFSZ
Processor core Harpertown
Manufacturing technology (micron) 0.045
Number of cores 4
L2 cache size (MB) ? 12
Thermal Design Power (Watt) ? 120


Motherboard : Asus P5KPL AM/PS
Bios link : http://support.asus.com/Download.asp...=1&ft=12&os=17

If anybody...This CPU is only supported by 5 mainboard according to cpu world...I want to extract the CPU microcode of the Xeon X5482 into the Bios ROM of Asus P5KPL AM/PS then flash my mobo with it.

Thanks.

S.
Edited by antares555 - 1/8/14 at 6:02am
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I have followed the instructions, but when I tried to add any 771 microcode, the CPU Patch section become all garbage...the date, microcode id of the tab become a bunch of random hexadecimal...
I can confirm, it occasionally happens with MMTOOL v3.26. Here is the MMTOOL v3.22 which should be OK:
MMTool_322_1B_21Fix.zip 150k .zip file
post #1210 of 12376
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Originally Posted by TerminalVoltage View Post

The Letter in the batch code has nothing to do with stepping. Both my X5460 & X5470 have "B' batch codes but are identified as "A" in both CPU-Z and Intel CPU ID utility. I have the read official documentation on the batch code which tells you how to get the manufacture date and assembly location, nothing more. There is nothing official on the letters "A", "B", "C" or proceeding numbers. All I have read on multiple forums is speculation based on information a few users put together on a few CPU's. This is just misinformation that has been passed along because there is nothing official to disprove it. It goes right along with the phrase "I read it on the internet so it must be true" Until I see something official from Intel, I am going to say this is nothing more than a sequential batch number, IE A998, A999, B001 etc. This is why "C" is so rare.
His voltage is fine, I run at 1.375 450 FSB X 9. That's Intel's max recommended voltage. Running it lower may cause stability issues.

CPU-Z doesn't show batch code. Those are only found on the cpu heat spreader.
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