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post #2651 of 12376
Thank you for the fast response! If I flash the modded BIOS, I will have the EIST and other functions working?
Or what Xeon processor I should buy? I want to overclock if it is possible. My board is good in overclock.
post #2652 of 12376
please can you hel me with a P5Q3 deluxe, please insert the microcodes in it's bios amd post it?
Can tell me witch microcode you insert for p45?
post #2653 of 12376
hello. I have Asus P5Q3 Delux + Xeon X5462. Can someone help with the mod bios please.
Can you tell me what microcodes you have to insert in iot to work with an E5450, too?
post #2654 of 12376
how do i know what microcodes for this 3 found in the lga771_microcodes.zip i have to use? for example i habe a E5462 and E5450
post #2655 of 12376
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Originally Posted by dobrecatalin84 View Post

how do i know what microcodes for this 3 found in the lga771_microcodes.zip i have to use? for example i habe a E5462 and E5450

I think U must integrate all 3 files into the BIOS.
post #2656 of 12376
after i integrate one it does't let me integrate other one MMTOOL gave me this message: "This module (00h) was redefined"
post #2657 of 12376
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Originally Posted by dvdbackuper View Post

Thank you for the fast response! If I flash the modded BIOS, I will have the EIST and other functions working?
Or what Xeon processor I should buy? I want to overclock if it is possible. My board is good in overclock.

Yes you should see SSE 4.1 and VT-x with a tool like CPU-Z and EIST should fully work (multiplier / frequency should drop when the CPU is idle). The CPU should work on the stock BIOS too but you will miss these features.

Microcodes are like patches for the BIOS and even the operating system may include some. With these patches the BIOS is able to detect the CPU correctly and enable all features. Also within these patches are fixes for errors in the general CPU design to avoid or evade these.

If you can't OC your board but if it supports 400MHz FSB CPUs then these 54x2 Xeons are okay. But if you are able and want to overclock you want to look for a 333MHz FSB Xeon like the E5450 or X5460 or something like that. The E series tend to have lower power usage and the X series seems to be the ones that may achieve the highest OC. If you know what your board is capable of (max. FSB with Quad Cores) and if you have a frequency you want to achieve you could pick the model with the matching multiplicator. So if your board does 450MHz FSB and you want to reach 4GHz you should look for a Xeon with 9x multi (E5450 or X5450) to set the FSB to 445 x 9 = 4GHz
Oh and try to get a CPU with the sspec number beginning with SLBB... That's the newer E0 Stepping. These usually use less power and OC a little better.

@doggycatalin
@dobrecatalin84

For AMI BIOS versions that is not so hard to do. Check the first few posts in this thread, there is a step by step guide on how to add the microcodes and links to download them.

Here ist the latest official BIOS for the P5Q3 Deluxe/Wifi 2105 with added Xeon codes.
P5Q3-ASUS-DELUXE-2105-Xeon5400.zip 1194k .zip file

Use at own risk!
post #2658 of 12376
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Originally Posted by dobrecatalin84 View Post

after i integrate one it does't let me integrate other one MMTOOL gave me this message: "This module (00h) was redefined"

Open the ROM file with MMTOOL
Choose the "CPU PATH" tab
Browse for the cpucode (*.bin) files and insert it one by one.
Save the modified image
Flash it and you're done!


Edited by dvdbackuper - 3/17/14 at 6:45am
post #2659 of 12376
E5642/1600FSB P5Q3 - Deluxe
it's works ok, i updated the Bios, thank you both of you (Bucho and dvdbackuper). Now i try to understand everyting you said. I still have a problem, the processor works corectly and i made a benchmark again and i have 100 point more, i don't have this message with bios update for full power anymore.
The problem is that the computer starts, but after i shut it down i have to reset CMOS/BIOS by jumper to start again, i found an way to make bios reset automatically, i made some RAM setting that are not accepted .After shut down it try to start but it could't, after make a button restart, it starts, gave me a message that overclocking faild but it boot in windows. I tried to make bios set up default but it doesn't start after shutdown, just after reset CMOS by jumper.
If anyone have any idea what happen please give me some advice.
I supose that this processor have a higher voltage and the motherboard try to protect it for burning.

Edited by dobrecatalin84 - 3/17/14 at 9:06am
post #2660 of 12376
I just installed X5482 (TDP 150W) on Asus P5Q3 Deluxe and it works great. Your E5462 is only 80W. I don't have problems that you encountered, everything works great. I have C1E and SpeedStep Enabled. Now I'm stress testing it in prime95 and after 30mins only problem is my fan running at full speed and making a lot of noise (it's stock cooler for c2d). Temp is 49C.
My idea is that you have wrong settings for RAM. In Ai Overclocking setup don't load profile from XMP. Set RAM speed manually at 1600 (if it supports this speed) and leave everything else on auto (Ai clock twister set Lighter). Also this mobo has CPR system - if it fails to boot unplug power from PSU and wait 20sec, than plug it again and it will boot from backup bios.
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