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How could you all the people reaches such a high fsb? I have a X5460 on striker II extreme and I can not even reach 400mhz fsb, I am stuck at 382mhz and cannot do anymore...why?mad.gif
Please somebody help me!

That Motherboard is such a beast!

First thing you should do is study it more: http://www.anandtech.com/show/2500/19
Dont know how long you have the board, or how much did you oc on s775 in general, but it should do 450 easy, even on quad.

Good luck!
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It's just for fun, I finally ordered a Intel Xeon X5450 3.00GHZ/12M/1333 SLASB SLBBE for 40$ Canadian shipped...It should arrive soon, can't wait to see what it can give. The multiplier is 9.

About my X5482, I paid about 75$...it can be sold easily on ebay.

I'm not pro into OC, about increasing Vcore and stuff...my motherboard at 415 bus speed won't detect any hard drive, it's the reason why I think it's the mobo itself. Which voltage do you think I should increase ? My Ram is Corsair XMS2 PC2-8500 1066 running à 2.1v 5-5-5-15 timing. When I put 400mhz in bus speed, the SPD ram in bios suddenly gives me 800mhz, 960mhz, 1000mhz or 1200mhz which I don't understand...maybe a ratio thing.

Thanks again...

Dude, for $75 + $40 you could've picked up an i5-2500k which will crush any 775 cpu. 771 Xeons are not worth it unless upgrade cost is less than $30.
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How could you all the people reaches such a high fsb? I have a X5460 on striker II extreme and I can not even reach 400mhz fsb, I am stuck at 382mhz and cannot do anymore...why?mad.gif
Please somebody help me!
To be blunt, you don't know what you're doing. I have been seeing many posts lately about overclocking and stability (blue screens). We're not reinventing the wheel here, there are many threads out there that go back to 2006 on overclocking socket 775 CPU's . I won't clutter this thread to discuss overclocking, just Google 775 overclocking and absorb the wealth of knowledge out there. You should be able to hit 450 FSB with relative ease on a 54xx series Xeon. You need to understand memory dividers, core voltage, RAM voltage, FSB voltage, divider (PLL) voltage and north bridge voltage just to name a few as well as the limits of your hardware. Just one of these settings improperly set can hinder your attempts. I suspect this is your problem.

I'm not just directing this at you MIKO11, but the several others as well that are having problems. You can help yourselves using Google and be more successful than just using the settings somebody here tells you to use. Google your mobo model and overclocking, and possibly your chipset if your mobo is not popular. Soak in the knowledge smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Edit: seems Halos has given you a great direction to start in. I need to drink less and type faster lol cheers.gif
Edited by TerminalVoltage - 1/11/14 at 4:25pm
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How could you all the people reaches such a high fsb? I have a X5460 on striker II extreme and I can not even reach 400mhz fsb, I am stuck at 382mhz and cannot do anymore...why?mad.gif
Please somebody help me!

Check your memory setting?
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Hi guys, I need help for adding microcode to my cpu, do you guys have the tools, never done it, but if you guys can do it then that would be awesome.

I have a FOXCONN G41MX-F with phoenix bios, the processor I have its the Intel Xeon L5420, its 50w, so its below 65w, but when I turn the computer the message says "Please input a 65w or lower processor" is displayed, then computer turns off, I've been reading and people say you have to write a microcode into it. If its not too much bother here is my bios of my computer. If you guys have links to the tools or things or a tutorial post, I'll go there there and read but I've never done it so I don't want to screw up, btw ....HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!! and THANK YOU!

Motherboard_Intel_Socket775_G41MX-KF2.0_BIOS_938F1P04.zip 573k .zip file
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That Motherboard is such a beast!

First thing you should do is study it more: http://www.anandtech.com/show/2500/19
Dont know how long you have the board, or how much did you oc on s775 in general, but it should do 450 easy, even on quad.

Good luck!

Thanks for link Halos - i have studied this guide many times.

And thanks to you TerminalVotage.

I am not new with oc and i use this mobo since 2009, i had oc e4500 and later q6600 8x400 in everyday use.

I was with 2x4gb Geil 1600mhz, swapped them now for 1x4gb xms3 1600mhz and things seems to be more promising:)
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Thanks for link Halos - i have studied this guide many times.

And thanks to you TerminalVotage.

I am not new with oc and i use this mobo since 2009, i had oc e4500 and later q6600 8x400 in everyday use.

I was with 2x4gb Geil 1600mhz, swapped them now for 1x4gb xms3 1600mhz and things seems to be more promising:)
The difference it that with the last chip(s) you were limited no matter what your settings were. With a little tweaking and the right settings, you will get your Xeon to fly. I hope I wasn't sounding like a dick. It's just if you help yourself you learn and get better results. I went from an E5200 to an X5460. I learned a lot and gained a load of performance. cheers.gif
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Hi guys, I need help for adding microcode to my cpu, do you guys have the tools, never done it, but if you guys can do it then that would be awesome.

I have a FOXCONN G41MX-F with phoenix bios, the processor I have its the Intel Xeon L5420, its 50w, so its below 65w, but when I turn the computer the message says "Please input a 65w or lower processor" is displayed, then computer turns off
Oh I haven't seen that one before. That is something written into the BIOS. Your chipset will work with your Xeon so I hope the microcode fixes it for you. If not that would take some serious BIOS modding that would require a lot of work and a (large) possibility of bricking the mobo. Good luck. See the instructions in user's 000000 guide in his sig:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1431723/mod-lga775-support-for-lga771-xeon-cpus/860#post_21383296

Edit: just saw his guide doesn't have phoenix BIOS in it. I'd suggest you search Google for guides, seems Phoenix can be a pain if that is indeed what your board has. You will also need a donor BIOS that with Xeon microcode to extract I'm sure. I don't believe Foxconn made a socket 771 board though. I can't really help you here I'm familiar with AMI not Phoenix.
http://www.bios-mods.com/tools/index.php?dir=Phoenix+Bios+Editor+v2.2.13%2F
Edited by TerminalVoltage - 1/11/14 at 7:20pm
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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.
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Dude, for $75 + $40 you could've picked up an i5-2500k which will crush any 775 cpu. 771 Xeons are not worth it unless upgrade cost is less than $30.

At 4.4ghz...not sure.
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Dude, for $75 + $40 you could've picked up an i5-2500k which will crush any 775 cpu. 771 Xeons are not worth it unless upgrade cost is less than $30.


I think you are a little off , 150 -160 still for i5 2500k . I think you would have a hard time finding one for $115
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