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I'm new here and I would like to say Hi to allredface.gif

And here we go- another Xeon on LGA775thumb.gif



X5460 SLAAB rev E0 on Asus Striker II Extreme with moded 1402 bios to unleash full POWER:devil:
I had little struggle with bios and with find good microcode for my chip but finally sorted out.
If any one need bios for this mobo- feel free;)
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dude, you're on your third motherboard that doesn't boot? At this point you could have had a fxa990 board and save up for a fx-8350 lol. Yea if i bought a board that didn't work i'd send it back immediately. There are alot of used boards floating around on ebay that DO NOT post even with standard lga 775 chips. I ordered one and sent it back immediately. When it wouldn't post ebay support got involved quickly. I know a lga 775 board is still $50+ shipping which i find amazing being that the technology is extremely dated even including this mod.

I cant believe how some people want real money for something that is like 6-8yrs old and was outdated in almost half a decade ago. This mod is all about building cheap reliable power. It seems this mod has gotten people with surplus chips stirring, prices are still up on x series chips.

Nic

I just put my old Q6700 on ebay ( 10 days auction)
Started it a 0.01$ with very low shipping, Its over 30$ in less than 48h, tongue.gif

But seriously when you look carefully at the numbers and benchmarks, those high end C2Q may be old but they are still competitive with current gen in some regards. Single thread performance is almost as good as current gen AMD FX chips so maybe its not that surprising there is still a good demand for them.
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Hey all,

I'd like to make a BIOS microcode mod request for an Intel DG33TL. After doing some trouble shooting with a X5450 and E5450 without any luck, not sure what other options I'd have. I'm currently running the latest BIOS version available for my board that is available on the Intel website. For now I've returned the X5450 for a refund, and am trying to install the E5450. Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks.
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You tried rotating the heatsink 90 deg? I had the same issues with my h80 high 80s when rotated it dropped temps to mid 30s. Your heatsink is probably barely brushing a few mosfets or caps near the socket.

Report back after you rotate the waterblock.

Nic
Thats my project pc at work so Ill try it tomorrow and report back here with the findings. Also can anyone help me out in enabling sse4.1 vtx on my gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2L board. Currently I flashed to the latest bios but those two are not enabled on my cpuid. any help would be greatly appreciated. smile.gif
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Lucky you... I paid 12£ for 2 from US. 1 dmgd (got half refund) and I`m waiting for more to arrive.

My old ASUS P5VDX-2 died, 775 hunt begun. "Working condition" P5B Deluxe off Ebay - no POST. Another "Working" P5B off Ebay - another dud. Won Intel DX48BT2. Not a best choice for this mod, I know tongue.gif
Tried quite a few times but Intel DX48BT2 - X48 chipset - won`t boot with my Xeon 5150 SLABM. Modded socket + adapter +modded BIOS. BIOS modded by 000000 thumb.gif , *.BIO not ROM or BIN file, I tried to follow his sig guide, but needed help. Tried only one adapter though, will try again when I get more adapters. If no luck I will try to find some DDR3 motherboard that is likely to run Xeon x5460. P45 chipset looks like a safe bet .
I will have to check it buck-wise , good 775 still expensive here in UK, and I will have to get mobo (FFS AGAIN???!!!) +(if 5150 works) x5460 + Tt Frio VS Phenom II X4 965BE or X6 1100T + TtFrio that I can slap on MSI 790FX-GD70 I have lying around.

P45 boards work fine I've tried with p5q em which I swapped to a p5q deluxe (both ddr2 boards).
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Hey all,

I'd like to make a BIOS microcode mod request for an Intel DG33TL. After doing some trouble shooting with a X5450 and E5450 without any luck, not sure what other options I'd have. I'm currently running the latest BIOS version available for my board that is available on the Intel website. For now I've returned the X5450 for a refund, and am trying to install the E5450. Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks.

Usually microcodes just give you access to instruction sets. If it doesn't post then modding in microcodes will not make it post.
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dude, you're on your third motherboard that doesn't boot?

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I cant believe how some people want real money for something that is like 6-8yrs old and was outdated in almost half a decade ago. This mod is all about building cheap reliable power. It seems this
mod has gotten people with surplus chips stirring, prices are still up on x series chips.

post #1040 please read this first if you haven`t had a chance. You can check my sig rig too smile.gif.

Intel DX48BT2 works and I got full refund for both broken motherboards. It`s just it took time to find some working one with 2xPCIE cheap ( actually I won mobo+processor ) .It doesn`t like Xeon I have but runs E6750 SLA9V w/o trouble. 1 PCIE for ASUS U3S6 - 2 x SATA III and 2 x USB 3.0

My costs so far:

A lot of time without working PC mad.gif ~4 weeks , had to use laptop in the meantime.
18£ for PSU and 28£ for mobo.
25£ for 4GB DDR3

Extra cost: 20£ to try out this mod.
Not that much really smile.gif

Overall not so fast, but for everyday use and some gaming it`s enough.

Only recently I`ve been given for free the same motherboard that I had in my HAF rig, MSI 790FX-GD70.
High prices of 775 motherboards with more than 1 PCIE and DDR3 plus Xeons price spike makes me wonder whether to pursue Xeon in 775 or go AMD way.
Looks like latter is cheaper option as now I have really nice AM3 mobo and it would be 3 vs 2 components - mobo,proc,cooler vs proc and cooler. Shame people ask so much for old hardware because it`s running Intel, AMD products from that period way cheaper.
     
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post #1258 of 12376
I just put my motherboard to default setup and rebooted.
The default voltage for my X5460 is 1.02v ( in cpu-z )
It seems to be running merrily. That seems pretty low.

Edit: nevermind, I just realized the auto-voltage was dynamic, it goes between 1.11 to 1.14 when full load. That is still quite low.
Edited by MaxWar - 1/10/14 at 9:16am
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Edited by TipoTurbo - 1/10/14 at 9:29am
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Here it is guys. I hit a wall at 4.3ghz - Was getting stability errors. I'm going to tackle it lately but after a bit of gaming this is my stable build!
Can you believe that this reduced the bottleneck in my GTX460s SLI enough to give me a 60 FPS increase in the first scene of 3DMark? That much difference form an E8400 screaming for mercy.



I'm somewhat ashamed of the voltage needed to get to this. I will mess with it later, but my cooler seems to be handling it like a champ.I don't see how you guys hit 4ghz on like 1.3v - must be my power supply?

NOTE: I still have exactly 15 Xeon x5160s left. Like I said earlier, just pay shipping I'd be more than happy to give them away to a cause rather than throw them away. Cheers!


You are missing SSE4.1 and VT-X in your CPU-Z instructions. You need to add Xeon microcode's to your bios. thumb.gif
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