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post #2601 of 12379
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Originally Posted by turboteg View Post

does anyone know if this mod works on a p5gc-mx/1333 mobo ??
Ouch!
That board has a 945GC chipset which wasn't intended for the Core2 series at all. A few mainboard manufacturers like ASUS and ASROCK pushed the chipset to it's limit, adapted the boards VRM specs and achieved Core 2 Duo support. So I guess it may be possible to use a dual core LGA 771 Xeon in there.

@Doug2507
The Xeon L3014 is a LGA 771 single core 45nm CPU with 2.4GHz, 3MB 2nd level cache and 266MHz FSB, right? So it's like a crippled Core 2 Duo E8200 with only one core (and half of it's 6MB Cache) and 266MHz instead of 333MHz and 2.4 instead of 2.6 GHz. Not sure if anyone tried the mod with this CPU yet but it may work.

Since the specs are pretty low it should work with any board and chipset that takes this LGA 771 Mod. Not sure what microcodes are needed, so you may have to look for the CPUID for that CPU.

The mentioned GA-EP45T-UD3P should work since it works with this mod. You may have to update the microcodes to get SSE 4.1 and VT-x as well as EIST fully working.
As far as my knowledge goes the GA-EP45T-UD3P is one of the best LGA 775 Boards around and should give you 500+ MHz FSB for quad CPUs and maybe event 600+ for dual core CPUs.

The ASUS P5KC has the P35 chipset and shouldn't be too bad either. But I doubt that you can reach the OC of that EP45.

@Psycho13
There is a large (mainly technical) discussion (in this thread a few pages back) about the X38/X48 currently NOT supporting this mod. We don't know why but right now it seems not possible even with the updated microcodes to get a LGA 771 Xeon running in these boards. Also most of the Qxx chipset boards seem to not work. So Gxx, Pxx or maybe the old P965 chipsets are the ones that should work (if the BIOS supports it and/or can be modded).
Edited by Bucho - 3/12/14 at 5:08am
post #2602 of 12379
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Originally Posted by patentman View Post

@ mumala

One thing an E54xx series Xeon has is the little cooling needs. A watercooling is going to make things complicated and more chances something is going wrong.
Just use a heatsink.
The better the quality the lowest the cooling needs.

Windows 7 can run on a PIII, so there is no problem even if cpu is not recognized properly from the bios.
Windows 8.1 have cpu requirements.
If motherboard does not "tell" windows that you have both a suitable cpu and a capable motherboard (that supports those features of the cpu) then there is no go.
So it seems your motherboard sends all the data win8.1 seek.

@ Reuma

That`s right.

Hi Patentman. Can a Gigabyte DS3 P965 rev 1.0 (chipset) support this mod? I have checked the following link

http://www.delidded.com/lga-771-to-775-adapter/

and i verified that the mobo supports the Q6700 CPU which according to the guide, i can try running Clovertown (53xx) (with 1066 FSB) CPUs. Therefore i am eyeing the X5365 Xeon.

Here is the final Bios for the mobo release F14.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/img3j7u4dm9205u/motherboard_bios_ga-965p-ds3_f14.exe

Looking forward to your good news!
post #2603 of 12379
@happily1986

You should be fine. I have the mod running in a GA-965P-DS3 3.3. The difference to your revision is the power circuitry. While the 3.3 uses a 6-phase regulator, the 1.0 and 1.1 use a 3-phase design. So maybe its best to stay away from the power hungry models and extreme overclocking.
post #2604 of 12379
Thanks mate! What is the Xeon you are hitting with your DS3? Actually I have a spare P35 Asus P5KC I got free when I bought a Q6600 years back. I swapped to this mobo last week but I kept getting lotsa strange BSODs even when the CPU is on stock.

It is inexplicable. I gave up on the Asus universe and went back to the DS3. Not an issue since. Given that X5365 Xeon (yea the top clover flower Xeon) has a max TDP of 150W, you reckon it will be a problem with the revision 1.0?
post #2605 of 12379
Hi!

I've got a Xeon E5462 working in my MSI P35 Neo2-FR with only the sticker, I didn't have to mod my bios only just updated it to the latest official one smile.gif I tried some OC, but my RAM failed at 470Mhz FSB so I'm running it at 440 most of the time without any problem. smile.gif The usual temperatures I get with an Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro at 50% fan speed until it reaches 60°C is 40-48°C when browsing, watching movies, etc. Sometimes it reaches 60°C and the fan starts working biggrin.gif I've never seen it on 62.. So I can say it's a very good CPU for daily use and for gaming and the best thing about it is its price, I bought it on ebay for $31 with shipping. There are some pictures. smile.gif Thank you for this thread, it helped a lot! biggrin.gif




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Im running the E5440 on the DS3. Runs fine and qutie cool so far at stock settings. Hard to say if 150W is a problem on your board. Those boards supported the power hungry pentium-d cpus so it could work.
post #2607 of 12379
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Originally Posted by TerminalVoltage View Post

Sorry I have been away from the thread for awhile. I had a bit of a mishap with the P5E board. I ended up getting a maximus formula board on ebay to replace it, but the seller thought it was a good idea to ship the board with a heatsink mounted without protecting the socket lands. So I had to replace 1 land ( BOY WAS THAT FUN!! ) and I think the bios needs reflashed. I have to build a cable here to do that. So that's why I haven't posted for awhile. Hopefully I can get this board working so I can test this X3363 cpu I purchased.
post #2608 of 12379
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Originally Posted by gm81fr View Post

hi,

771 CPU to 775 is a very amazing good new for me : i don't know why this mod wasn't discovered before last year !!

i've just ordered an E5450 SLBBM (Eo) for my MSI P43 neo (MS 7519 rev.1.0)
last AMI bios is rev 1.C0 : http://www.msi.com/product/mb/P43_Neo.html#/?div=BIOS

could someone help me with a modded bios with xeon microcodes ?


best regards (sorry for my English maybe not perfect, i'm in France)

7519v1C.zip 752k .zip file

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Originally Posted by gm81fr View Post

I've modded my bios with the 3 .bin files
i flashed my bios with no problem

lot of lines where added in bios but how to ientyfy the CPUs ?
i want to verify that E5450 is implemented ? (not received yet)



cpuid are not easily readable : don't find 1067A for E5450 e0

regards

Here you are.

(tested, see next messages)

MSIP43neo.zip 584k .zip file

I would firstly try the stock bios, it may support SSE4.1 and the rest features of the Xeon.
Edited by patentman - 3/12/14 at 9:42pm
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Chieftec LBX-03 Full tower w/active HDD cooling NEC uPD720201 USB3.0 
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MonitorPowerCaseMouse
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post #2609 of 12379
thanks a lot Patentman !

i have flash my MB with your bios : still ok with my Q6600
i've received today my E5450 and adapter : i'll install it this night !

Regards
post #2610 of 12379
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Originally Posted by Bucho View Post

The Xeon L3014 is a LGA 771 single core 45nm CPU with 2.4GHz, 3MB 2nd level cache and 266MHz FSB, right? So it's like a crippled Core 2 Duo E8200 with only one core (and half of it's 6MB Cache) and 266MHz instead of 333MHz and 2.4 instead of 2.6 GHz. Not sure if anyone tried the mod with this CPU yet but it may work.

Since the specs are pretty low it should work with any board and chipset that takes this LGA 771 Mod. Not sure what microcodes are needed, so you may have to look for the CPUID for that CPU.

The mentioned GA-EP45T-UD3P should work since it works with this mod. You may have to update the microcodes to get SSE 4.1 and VT-x as well as EIST fully working.
As far as my knowledge goes the GA-EP45T-UD3P is one of the best LGA 775 Boards around and should give you 500+ MHz FSB for quad CPUs and maybe event 600+ for dual core CPUs.

The ASUS P5KC has the P35 chipset and shouldn't be too bad either. But I doubt that you can reach the OC of that EP45.

Cool, i know of one already working in a P5K so must be do-able. C was my original intention as i'm looking to run DDR3 with it but think i'll look for a better mobo to run it on, either the Giga or a REX. thumb.gif
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