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my E5450is well reconised with sse4.1 and VT
now running at 3.6ghz instead of 3.0Ghz

well done Patentman!!!
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Originally Posted by x11nt4 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.

I was going to ask if you had any success with your X3363. I haven't been too active here lately either. I had a major mishap with my board and had to do some serious repair to my socket. I applied the conductive paint mod to my CPU to see if it would help my overclocking at all. I thought it is odd that core 0 and 1 always run cooler and are the first to fail a prime 95 test. I figured perhaps the mod would help my overclock. Well it didn't change anything but shortly after stress testing I started to smell something burning. I powered down and removed the CPU to find that an area covering about 9 pins had melted. My application of the paint was spot on, tested good with a meter and as perfect as you can get. I also waited about 20 hours before testing it. I had to use an Exacto knife to cut away the melted plastic to expose the socket pins. 3 three of them were so bad I had to remove them because they were so toasted and fragile that it would be a fire hazard to leave them in. The best as I can tell, the paint shorted out an area on the PCB that had been scratched and exposed the copper lining underneath. I can see clearly on the CPU PCB where the short Happened. Fortunately it wasn't on any of the lands and The CPU still works. It goes to show you just how hardy a CPU is. I got everything back up and running, but it seems my overclock is now suffering. I can still hit 4.2 GHz using my previous settings, But my FSB seems to not like more that 440 now @ 1.2 northbridge volts. It will run higher but failed Prime95 after 6 hours. It also had random crashes while doing some extensive "testing" with BF4 @ 443 FSB. Well lesson learned, If I try anything like this again, I will test it on a crappy board first
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Does Gigabyte X48-DQ6 supports this mod?
I need a new bios mod for this?

This chart over at delidded shows the x38 works with the x3xxx xeons. Their theory is not an ECC ram issue, but multi cpu (physical processors, not cores per chip) support. The x5xxx supports multi cpu configurations but the x3xxx do not. I can't say for sure, but if you're going to give it a go, thats where you should start.

http://www.delidded.com/lga-771-to-775-adapter/#motherboard-compatibility
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my E5450is well reconised with sse4.1 and VT
now running at 3.6ghz instead of 3.0Ghz

well done Patentman!!!

You`re welcome!
Glad to hear the P6 Micro Code replacement worked OK for you.
And good you posted back so I can know it did worked.

With a P43 motherboard you`re limited to 400FSB (or so) so your 400FSB result is very good.
On the other hand and for those wondering if they should go for a cheap Xeon with a small multiplier and so less OC or the most expensive Xeon and so more chances to hit more Mhz - well that depends on the motherboard too - I have to say they should consider and upgrade from dual core cpus as a vast upgrade no matter the Xeon and from those who upgrade from a Q6600 that a Xeon at 2.4Ghz is more faster than a Q6600 2.4Ghz and the system is a lot more responsive too.
Two of my systems run at stock speed, still the cpu is overkill for the job each system is supposed to do.
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post #2615 of 12379
Hi, I'm new , but I've been reading the forum and after seeing this last post I decided to register once and for all .

This mod is great for those who still work and play with our 775.

Yesterday finished making the mod cutting the socket my motherboard, using the microcode in bios and putting a sticker X5460 .

Everything works properly , is a very powerful cpu .

My computer is a :

Asus P5Q Pro bios v2102 - 02/23/2009 KETS MOD with microcode applied .

CPU : X5460 3.16

H80 Water Cooling

2x4 Memory GEIL DDR2 6400 ( 1066 mhz)

2GB 680GTX nvidia GPU .

HD:

2 SSD RAID0 mode working

Currently the X5460 is working stable at 3.8 ghz .

http://valid.canardpc.com/tmuvwv

But I'm looking for a better OC this cpu and not where to start.

I wish I could take it to the 4.5 to 4.7 ghz , but I tried the options in the bios are not stable ... crashes , blue screen of death .

The ASUS P5Q Pro has options that want confirgurar well for this cpu, but not that put options :

Multiplier: 9.5
FSB: 400
NORTH BRIDGE: AUTO, 333 - 400 mhz



CPU Voltage : ?
Reference CPU GTL : 0.65x - 0.63x - x
PPL voltge CPU : ?
Termination FSB Voltage : ?
DRAM Voltage : 2.20 stock voltage
NB Voltage : ?
SB Voltage : ?
PCIE SATA Voltage : 1.50

I would get a 50% OC about 4.5 ghz or ... 4.7GHz . But i don´t have idea to get correct setting in my bios.

If anyone needs the modified bios with microcode for this board, I can upload my bios to mega .

Thank you....
post #2616 of 12379
I have installed Xeon E5430 in Asus P5KPL AM SE, it works fine for now, no overclock tested.
It works on 40-45 degrees Celsius, I don't know if this is ok or not.
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I was going to ask if you had any success with your X3363. I haven't been too active here lately either. I had a major mishap with my board and had to do some serious repair to my socket. I applied the conductive paint mod to my CPU to see if it would help my overclocking at all. I thought it is odd that core 0 and 1 always run cooler and are the first to fail a prime 95 test. I figured perhaps the mod would help my overclock. Well it didn't change anything but shortly after stress testing I started to smell something burning. I powered down and removed the CPU to find that an area covering about 9 pins had melted. My application of the paint was spot on, tested good with a meter and as perfect as you can get. I also waited about 20 hours before testing it. I had to use an Exacto knife to cut away the melted plastic to expose the socket pins. 3 three of them were so bad I had to remove them because they were so toasted and fragile that it would be a fire hazard to leave them in. The best as I can tell, the paint shorted out an area on the PCB that had been scratched and exposed the copper lining underneath. I can see clearly on the CPU PCB where the short Happened. Fortunately it wasn't on any of the lands and The CPU still works. It goes to show you just how hardy a CPU is. I got everything back up and running, but it seems my overclock is now suffering. I can still hit 4.2 GHz using my previous settings, But my FSB seems to not like more that 440 now @ 1.2 northbridge volts. It will run higher but failed Prime95 after 6 hours. It also had random crashes while doing some extensive "testing" with BF4 @ 443 FSB. Well lesson learned, If I try anything like this again, I will test it on a crappy board first


That is interesting. Mine is still working perfectly. I was a bit more stable at higher speeds but I still peak at about 4.5. I have been running at 4.25 the last few weeks though because my cooling was not enough. I did upgrade the fan from a server, of course it is much louder now, but my case has fan speed adjustments on the front so I keep it turned down. Still blows a hell of a lot more than the other 120mm fans did though. I had a lot of trouble with my P45 with going above 425 bus for a long time. It was a painstaking process to tweak the bios just right to get it to top out to 500. 463-475 seems to be about where I am landing for highest speeds and still be reliable. Did you use the same conductive pen from radio shack?
post #2618 of 12379
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Originally Posted by delgrigorov View Post

I have installed Xeon E5430 in Asus P5KPL AM SE, it works fine for now, no overclock tested.
It works on 40-45 degrees Celsius, I don't know if this is ok or not.
Sounds like a stock cooler? Or maybe not adjusted for TJmax? 40-45 is ok - you would much rather get it down in the low 30s if possible on idle. Have you checked this with RealTemp and adjusted for TJmax to confirm the temps?
Edited by Dayblade - 3/13/14 at 12:40pm
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Originally Posted by patentman View Post

You`re welcome!
Glad to hear the P6 Micro Code replacement worked OK for you.
And good you posted back so I can know it did worked.

With a P43 motherboard you`re limited to 400FSB (or so) so your 400FSB result is very good.
On the other hand and for those wondering if they should go for a cheap Xeon with a small multiplier and so less OC or the most expensive Xeon and so more chances to hit more Mhz - well that depends on the motherboard too - I have to say they should consider and upgrade from dual core cpus as a vast upgrade no matter the Xeon and from those who upgrade from a Q6600 that a Xeon at 2.4Ghz is more faster than a Q6600 2.4Ghz and the system is a lot more responsive too.
Two of my systems run at stock speed, still the cpu is overkill for the job each system is supposed to do.

yes, it's good
my P43 has an 400mhz overclock bus
i think there's an FSB wall close to 410 -415 mhz (didn't try to get little more Mhz)

my Q6600 was running at 3.0 Ghz and now my E5450 at 3.6 Ghz : close to 20-25% more powerfull with energy saving
you're right my system feel more responsive

regards
post #2620 of 12379
I got it working successfully on Miscrostar P35 Neo 3 (aka MSI-7395) + Xeon E5440.
No BIOS modification required, Xeon recognized on latest stock BIOS (v. 1.4)
So, Xeon E5440 works at 2.83, I haven't tried to overclock it yet.
My cooler is Glaciatech Igloo (simple cooler), CPU idle temperature is 45 degrees.
BIOS started without any warning, Windows 7 x64 started and working without need to reinstall (after Core2Duo E8200).




So, you can add this combo to your database smile.gif
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