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Seems I'm missing SSE4.1 and VT-X Also. I could use some help with the microcode bios mod. Need one for GA-EP45-UD3R rev. 1.1 bios version F12. I've tried to follow the steps descriped just not getting it. RKDxpress.
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I am sure 790i is very nice, but honestly for the price they are going at you could get a sandy setup already. I honest suggest people to buy a $30 E5440 and recycle their existing board. Any more money spent on 775 would be against the whole point of the mod.

This is true. I suppose if you could get a good deal then it may be worth it. I would consider a good deal to be less than $100. I paid $110 for mine but it came with a clean G-0 Q6600 processor which I can sell for $50 if it's lapped. I've also seen 790i's go for as little as $60 on craigslist. An enthusiast level Z68/77 with a 2600K will still run you $350-400+ with decent memory. My x5470-790i-xms-3 cost me roughly $180. One could for example buy a new SSD or GTX660 Ti with the extra money they would spend on a core SB setup.

There's also the fact that these chips can OC really high on a good board...and me personally that is why I'm here @OC.net. To OC the crap out of something and to teach (learn from) some folks along the way. We all have our different purposes for doing the mod and I think it remains per individual. For some yes it may be to get on the quad core train as cheap as possible, others maybe the thrill of pushing the envelope of what wasn't designed to otherwise coincide.

Last but not least, this is off topic in a sense but if anyone has been reading up on Nvidia's G-sync technology then I'm sure you know it's going to be awesome!! In short it will allow a smoother gameplay experience on less horsepower. That said, it may possibly influence pricing of older hardware. I hope not but common sense tells me if a GTX660 can play anything and everything smoothly then less people will need better hardware. Just my 2 cents


Edit: Since I'm on the topic of pricing, if you have yet to experience this mod and plan to then I strongly suggest you get your Xeon's NOW!!!
E-bay sellers are catching wind of this mod and using the pricing to their advantage. The average cost hike per CPU model is about $7-$10 just on E-bay

If anyone has access to someone selling used good Xeon's for a decent non-inflated price please put yourself out there in a responsible manner. Thanks
Edited by davtylica - 1/10/14 at 8:29pm
post #1273 of 12402
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Seems I'm missing SSE4.1 and VT-X Also. I could use some help with the microcode bios mod. Need one for GA-EP45-UD3R rev. 1.1 bios version F12. I've tried to follow the steps descriped just not getting it. RKDxpress.
I thought most people don't need to mod their Gigabyte board BIOS, strange. Please upload a CPU-Z screen shot of the CPU tab, I'd like to see what else it says.

There was a "noobs" BIOS modding guide posted here maybe a week ago that really broke down the steps. You may want to look at if you haven't already. You could also upload the most current version of you BIOS with a request to mod it too, but I suspect people are getting tired of doing them.
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what u think about this.whether I should add microcode in my bios or? I will put e5430 and he is 1067A and i have that in my bios. I have EP43-ds3 with F9 bios
Edited by legija - 1/10/14 at 10:16pm
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what u think about this.whether I should add microcode in my bios or? I will put e5430 and he is 1067A and i have that in my bios. I have EP43-ds3 with F9 bios

I suggest you go for what you know will work. thumb.gif
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Just wanted to throw a big thanks out to everyone for the support they provide. Not sure who built the P5Q Pro bios for this mod, but speak up and I'll throw some rep your way.

Worked first try, E5450 in P5Q Pro.
I think my ram is the limiting factor, but only rocking 425fsb for a 3.8ghz OC 1.25v. Temps in low 70s at load. Good enough as I'd have to upgrade my cooling too if I want to bump my voltages any. I'm in this mod for the value, and spending more isn't in the cards right now.

Thanks again everybody.
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Greetings! Long followed this topic, and now ask for help ... There mother asus p5ql pro and processor Intel Pentium E6700 BOX 3.2 GHz / 2core / 2Mb / 65W / 1066MHz LGA775. Bought Intel Xeon E5450 3.0 GHz / 4core / 12Mb L2 / 80W / 1333MHz LGA771 adapter. When installing kseona computer behaves inappropriately, constantly falls into blue screen. And just might fall under a load. Sitting on it all night, tried a lot of things and read a lot of forums. When returning pentium all comes back to normal ...
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I live in Russia, so I write through online translator

In Soviet Russia, translator writes you.

On topic: Upgrade your BIOS to ASUS' latest version from their website and try again.

Also, this mod calls for the modification of the motherboard's socket, which is done by removing certain pins. If a socket 775 CPU works inside your socket, then it means it's not modified. My understanding is that you should modify it by removing some pins before expecting it to work with a Xeon.
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Can anyone help me inserting microcode to enable sse 4.1 and vt-x on a gigabye g31m es2l running the latest bios f10 The chip is a 5460 e0 slbba cpuid 1067a. Rep to anyone that can help. Thanks smile.gif
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