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Originally Posted by Droidriven View Post

The link posted that I previously mentioned goes to a page with a link to extremesystems forum with a P5Q Pro mBIOS, is that not the Xeon mBIOS? The Xeon mBIOS that I used on my P5Q Pro a couple of years ago came from extremesystems forum also, though I didn't get it from that thread. It was Kets mBIOS though.

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I just went to the Xtreme site again and re-downloaded the complete Ket's mBios set. Opened the P5Q-Pro bios in MMTOOL v3.22 and the only non P4 based 45nm cpu codes were for the socket 775 cpu's. That's why for the x/e5xxx series we have to add the code,they are 45nm socket 771 cpu's.
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Good day to the community

A few days ago I managed to fetch a Gigagyte GA-EP45T-DS3R (rev. 1.0). I intend to start building a PC with it, paired with a Xeon X5492.

Can someone provide the microcodes BIOS latest version for this motherboard, please?

Thank you in advance.
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Good day to the community

A few days ago I managed to fetch a Gigagyte GA-EP45T-DS3R (rev. 1.0). I intend to start building a PC with it, paired with a Xeon X5492.

Can someone provide the microcodes BIOS latest version for this motherboard, please?

Thank you in advance.
Here's the final beta with the codes updated and the 771 xeon microcodes added. BTW, was there a reason you went with the x5492? it has a 8.5 multi and is already @ 1600 fsb @ base. Doesn't leave alot of room to OC. The x5470 has a multi of 10 and is 1333 fsb @ base. That would give a clock of 4.0Ghz @ 1600FSb. compared to the 3.4Ghz the x5492 has @ the same FSB. Also the x5470 is 120w & the x5492 is 150w. Just some thoughts.wink.gif EP4TDS3R.F4cxeonmoddedfinalbeta.zip 547k .zip file
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Here's the final beta with the codes updated and the 771 xeon microcodes added. BTW, was there a reason you went with the x5492? it has a 8.5 multi and is already @ 1600 fsb @ base. Doesn't leave alot of room to OC. The x5470 has a multi of 10 and is 1333 fsb @ base. That would give a clock of 4.0Ghz @ 1600FSb. compared to the 3.4Ghz the x5492 has @ the same FSB. Also the x5470 is 120w & the x5492 is 150w. Just some thoughts.wink.gif

First of all, thank you so much for the BIOS. It's really helpful.

The X5492 was already pre-owned, long time ago. I didn't have to buy it. In fact, it was remaining packed and unused for a significant time and I thought it was a pity to let it "sitting" there in the dark. Such a processor deserves a better luck.

On the other hand, I did not have a really good motherboard for it and when I was able to get hands on the GA-EP45T-DS3R, combined with a bunch of some Corsair DDR3-1600 MHz RAM DIMMs of a 16GB total, which were also pre-owned and unused, I thought "what the heck" and I decided to go ahead and use all the above for a new PC.

Therefore, the so-called "project" came into "flesh and blood" very recently, after getting the motherboard.

I believe that this explains my decision. And lets me use the PC to be built, perhaps without much overclocking, relying on processor's already high frequency (OK, I know - no hyper-threading, but who cares) and its other abilities as a mainstream PC, for several demanding jobs (such as video editing). Gaming is not my area anyway, therefore the new PC seems to cover my demands.

Nevertheless, very soon the building experiment will reveal the truth of my assertions.

Or perhaps not.coolsmiley02.gif

Thank you again.
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Originally Posted by PanMelas View Post

First of all, thank you so much for the BIOS. It's really helpful.

The X5492 was already pre-owned, long time ago. I didn't have to buy it. In fact, it was remaining packed and unused for a significant time and I thought it was a pity to let it "sitting" there in the dark. Such a processor deserves a better luck.

On the other hand, I did not have a really good motherboard for it and when I was able to get hands on the GA-EP45T-DS3R, combined with a bunch of some Corsair DDR3-1600 MHz RAM DIMMs of a 16GB total, which were also pre-owned and unused, I thought "what the heck" and I decided to go ahead and use all the above for a new PC.

Therefore, the so-called "project" came into "flesh and blood" very recently, after getting the motherboard.

I believe that this explains my decision. And lets me use the PC to be built, perhaps without much overclocking, relying on processor's already high frequency (OK, I know - no hyper-threading, but who cares) and its other abilities as a mainstream PC, for several demanding jobs (such as video editing). Gaming is not my area anyway, therefore the new PC seems to cover my demands.

Nevertheless, very soon the building experiment will reveal the truth of my assertions.

Or perhaps not.coolsmiley02.gif

Thank you again.
No problem.Was just curious.Let us know how it works out,& if the x5492 ends up drawing too much power,U can even get a x5460 for like 15.00 including shipping on ebay. that's 3.1GHz & 120watts. (that board claims it's rated for 135watt & under so possibly won't have an issue with the 150watt draw)thumb.gif
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No problem.Was just curious.Let us know how it works out,& if the x5492 ends up drawing too much power,U can even get a x5460 for like 15.00 including shipping on ebay. that's 3.1GHz & 120watts. (that board claims it's rated for 135watt & under so possibly won't have an issue with the 150watt draw)thumb.gif
Why not a E5450 3.0Ghz with 80W TDP? wink.gif
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No problem.Was just curious.Let us know how it works out,& if the x5492 ends up drawing too much power,U can even get a x5460 for like 15.00 including shipping on ebay. that's 3.1GHz & 120watts. (that board claims it's rated for 135watt & under so possibly won't have an issue with the 150watt draw)thumb.gif
Why not a E5450 3.0Ghz with 80W TDP? wink.gif

Because, even though it's 3.0ghz, it's actually slower. Ghz don't make them equivalent in processing speed, it just means their "clock" is roughly equivalent.

In other words, it's possible for a 2.0ghz CPU to be faster than a 3.0ghz CPU, clock and core aren't everything.

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Edited by Droidriven - 11/23/17 at 2:35pm
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Edited by Droidriven - 11/23/17 at 2:35pm
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Originally Posted by PanMelas View Post

First of all, thank you so much for the BIOS. It's really helpful.

The X5492 was already pre-owned, long time ago. I didn't have to buy it. In fact, it was remaining packed and unused for a significant time and I thought it was a pity to let it "sitting" there in the dark. Such a processor deserves a better luck.

On the other hand, I did not have a really good motherboard for it and when I was able to get hands on the GA-EP45T-DS3R, combined with a bunch of some Corsair DDR3-1600 MHz RAM DIMMs of a 16GB total, which were also pre-owned and unused, I thought "what the heck" and I decided to go ahead and use all the above for a new PC.

Therefore, the so-called "project" came into "flesh and blood" very recently, after getting the motherboard.

I believe that this explains my decision. And lets me use the PC to be built, perhaps without much overclocking, relying on processor's already high frequency (OK, I know - no hyper-threading, but who cares) and its other abilities as a mainstream PC, for several demanding jobs (such as video editing). Gaming is not my area anyway, therefore the new PC seems to cover my demands.

Nevertheless, very soon the building experiment will reveal the truth of my assertions.

Or perhaps not.coolsmiley02.gif

Thank you again.

Since you have a gigabyte board with p45 chipset, this thread might be of help for fine tuning your rig.

http://www.overclock.net/t/415077/gigabyte-ep45-ud3-series-owners-guide
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Because, even though it's 3.0ghz, it's actually slower. Ghz don't make them equivalent in processing speed, it just means their "clock" is roughly equivalent.

In other words, it's possible for a 2.0ghz CPU to be faster than a 3.0ghz CPU, clock and core aren't everything.
All e/x5400 chips are the same silicon, the only difference is the stock multipier and also the fsb on some of the higher tier chips.

If both an X5450 & E5450 were @ 3GHz their performance would be equal within margin of error. Chips like the X5492 run at a lower multiplier and to achieve a particular frequency the fsb will need to be higher. That's why if you compare an X5450 to an X5492 both @ 3GHz the X5492 will be faster due to it's higher fsb and possibly higher frequency memory.

Your explanation generally only applies if comparing two different generations of cpu's. Ex. 65nm 5300 vs 45nm 5400, in which the 5400 @ 2GHz would indeed be faster than the 5300 @ 3GHz.
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