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As always, use at your own risk.

GA-G31M-S2L-Xeon5400.zip 399k .zip file
Thank you very much! But how do I add them? I haven't done anything like this before.
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Thank you very much! But how do I add them? I haven't done anything like this before.

The bios I uploaded is already modded with an updated CPU support of the Xeon 5400 series.
All you have to do is to update your motherboard bios using this one.
See motherboard`s manual instructions on how to do this.
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Does anyone have a clue why my E5440 shows crazy temps on the "0" core? The other cores seem to be fine with approximately 30 degrees plus per core. "0" core is twice warmer mad.gif Mobo is P5Q SE.. Tnx!
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I have successfully modded my Gigabyte GA-G41MT-D3 (rev. 1.3) mobo with a Xeon L5430 see this thread for info http://www.overclock.net/t/1461699/xeon-l5430-vt-x-speedstep-and-ssse-4-1/20#post_21954512

I had to mod the bios and insert the correct cpu microcode patch. Now I have full capabilities and a Quad Core for 20GBP, awesome.

Cheers
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Successfully installed Xeon E5430 on my MSI board. No issues:thumb:biggrin.gif

ALso i had a E5120 and installed it successfully installed it on a Dell Opti 745. Runs alot cooler too biggrin.gifwheee.gif

Does your Xeon E5430 work the on the 745? I have an Optiplex 745 and Xeon E5420 hoping it can work. Thanks.
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Testing a 3rd x5470. This one is the best of the three. 1.375V core voltage and 1.34 Vtt for 4.512 Ghz Prime stable.

1.25V vid, runs very hot. I can prime it until 4560, before temps start hitting 75-77C.

Did anyone try to redo their Gigabyte EP45 bios so that Xeons can use SSE 4 and SSE 4.1 instructions as well as VT?
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Hi!
I have two motherboards P5q3 deluxe
http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P5Q3_DeluxeWiFiAP_n/
and a P5Q3
https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P5Q3/

Can somenone help me to with a mod bios? Because i have this problem with "To unleash this CPU's full power, please perform bios updateand" because of it i have to restart my Pc after power on to start it because it understand that i modifides something on bios and it's not correct.
It matters what kind of 771 CPU i use for modding, for example i have a Xeon E5462
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Does anyone have a clue why my E5440 shows crazy temps on the "0" core? The other cores seem to be fine with approximately 30 degrees plus per core. "0" core is twice warmer mad.gif Mobo is P5Q SE.. Tnx!

with all CPUs the colder the temp the less accurate. sometimes you get a stuck sensor or bad/crazy sensor.
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HI! I am new in here. I decided to use an Intel Xeon X5472 CPU in my Asus P5Q-VM(G45) motherboard. I found on the ebay a cheap one, but I don't know, if it will work.
The CPU: Intel Xeon X5472 SLASA 3GHz 12MB Cache 1600MHz FSB Quad-Core
Will it work without BIOS mod, or I must mod the BIOS?
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Did anyone try to redo their Gigabyte EP45 bios so that Xeons can use SSE 4 and SSE 4.1 instructions as well as VT?

What EP45 exactly?

I added the microcodes for my EP45-UD3P and all features work with that one:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1431723/mod-lga775-support-for-lga771-xeon-cpus/2060#post_21745029

Somebode posted a BIOS for a EP45T-USB3P with xeon microcodes too here some pages back.

@dvdbackuper
So you don't plan to overclock that Xeon on your board? Although I don't know if and how good of an overclocker that G45 chipset / ASUS board is anyway.
All the Xeon E/X54x2 CPUs have a FSB of 400MHz already and kind of a low multi so overclocking these to much higher GHz will only be possible on very good boards (that hit 500+MHz FSB).

Anyway with the latest official BIOS the board should boot up with an Xeon 54xx but it may not have all the features like SSE 4.1, VT-x and full EIST support.

I inserted the latest microcodes to the 2102 BIOS here:
P5Q-VM-2101-Xeon5400.zip 661k .zip file

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