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Zmic: I have the same board but with a x5460. Your stuff looks good, set your tJ max to 85% (-15%) HaVe fun overclocking from here!
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X5482 on MAXIMUS II FORMULA - story continuation

So he brought whole PC with him and we tested everything that I could think of. Socked looked o.k I didn't noticed any pins that are bent.
turned off C1E & rest of staff, set voltages, and timings manually still BSODs with random number, I didn't noted numbers because there was different almost every time it occurred. Anyway RAM wasn't the issue as we tested also on my DDR2 Goodram 800 CL6 (it is more of a generic RAM). So when we started to play with different RAM slots with only 1 module (channel B slot 1) windows booted.. and worked fine, but only 2 threads were available, prime95 was running o.k. but only showing 2 cores! rolleyes.gif You don't see that everyday! All settings left on AUTO.
So than I installed X5482 once again on my P5Q3 DLX and it was running o.k. as expected.
Than I installed X5450 on his mobo and it was working with his RAM, all settings on default AUTO. Showing 4 cores in CPU-Z, but when we tried to run prime95 it almost immediately started showing errors. So it wasn't 100% stable, just a little better than X5482. Same with Goodram. We flashed BIOS again, but it didn't changed the situation. Also there are confirmations of X5450 working fine on the same model.
We have came to a conclusion that his mobo is damaged in some way (my best guess is NB because RAM didn't worked in every slot). Under normal circumstances on his E8500 it runs o.k. but with quads installed something is stressed more (even more with FSB 1600) and it gives out. Than he remembered that years ago when he bought this Maximus it wasn't new but 2 months old and probably the previous owner did something that it really deserved selling so fast. As I said earlier my best guess it was played with voltage jumpers for extreme overclocking and NB was damaged.

when you reflashed the bios was it the factory bios? because if it wasn't you can't know till you try it with the factory bios. you ASSUME the bios you modded is all correct but, in reality if if you modded it perfectly there SO MANY things that could happen the file like corruption from the time you modded it to the time you flashed his board. However i think you might be right it might just be the board as old as the 775 boards are getting some of the capacitors go bad with visible indicators due to age, no that i'm saying that it very may be it was damaged by previous owner but, these are thing to think about.
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I followed the directions and got a E5450 up and running on a Asus P5G41T-M/CSM. It runs great and stable for the most part, but when I start crunching with BOINC or running 3DMark or something intense along that line, I get BSOD's or general freezing. Heat is not an issue since it is liquid cooled with a Corsair H60 and doesn't make it past 40C. I was thinking memory voltage, but I'm not sure.

History....

Began life as a Pentium Dual-Core E6700 (1066). Ran most the time at 10% OC profile. Sometimes up to 15%. I have 8GB of Kingston DDR3 1333 RAM. Has never been run at 1333 until now. Mobo has never been run at 1333 until now. Memtest86+ runs indefinitely with no errors or lock-ups.

I just bought a Asrock G41C-GS to put the old E6700 in for the kids. I'm wondering if I should do the MOD to that and run the Xeon on the Asrock mobo instead, but I'm concerned it doesn't have room to OC, like my Asus board does.

It only gives me issues, gaming, crunching, and benchmarking. Normal productivity stuff runs fine.

Thoughts?
G41s don't overclock very well, I'd just run stock, 10% isn't worth it.
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when you reflashed the bios was it the factory bios? because if it wasn't you can't know till you try it with the factory bios. you ASSUME the bios you modded is all correct but, in reality if if you modded it perfectly there SO MANY things that could happen the file like corruption from the time you modded it to the time you flashed his board. However i think you might be right it might just be the board as old as the 775 boards are getting some of the capacitors go bad with visible indicators due to age, no that i'm saying that it very may be it was damaged by previous owner but, these are thing to think about.

For the second time I flashed Bios with microcodes, but I couldn't find the one I did earlier on my HDD so I downloaded official bios and patched it again.
I will just say that some people are crazy. I saw a video on yt with a guy making an OC of Q9550 on P5Q3 vanilla mobo and he had NB at 1,60V. Stock voltage is 1,1V for P45. I thought that such voltage requires at least water cooling, but he doesn't even have a fan on NB radiator and claims it is 24/7 setup thumb.gif
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For the second time I flashed Bios with microcodes, but I couldn't find the one I did earlier on my HDD so I downloaded official bios and patched it again.
I will just say that some people are crazy. I saw a video on yt with a guy making an OC of Q9550 on P5Q3 vanilla mobo and he had NB at 1,60V. Stock voltage is 1,1V for P45. I thought that such voltage requires at least water cooling, but he doesn't even have a fan on NB radiator and claims it is 24/7 setup thumb.gif

but, you didn't see what happened to the official undmodded bios, how do you that some weird single tiny bit wasn't being over written that was causing some weird bug in the bios that skewed or corrupted the microcode when being read by the OS cause the os to try and set up fora CPU that that doesn't exist cause it missed that microcode due to a weird glitch caused by the microcode mod.

until you have test the original unmodded latest bios we do not know for a scientific fact. that's what i'm getting at. yes it's it's probably just a hardware glitch i agree.

by radiator do you mean heat sink?
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I know, but it is a very small chance since c2d E8600 is working as it should with patched BIOS.
Yes, I meant heat sink, sorry my English is a bit rusty.
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For the second time I flashed Bios with microcodes, but I couldn't find the one I did earlier on my HDD so I downloaded official bios and patched it again.
I will just say that some people are crazy. I saw a video on yt with a guy making an OC of Q9550 on P5Q3 vanilla mobo and he had NB at 1,60V. Stock voltage is 1,1V for P45. I thought that such voltage requires at least water cooling, but he doesn't even have a fan on NB radiator and claims it is 24/7 setup thumb.gif

I ran my P5Q Deluxe NB@1.4V daily for several months on end.

I did this for the purpose of running a lower Performance Level aka TRD (Northbridge latency setting) than normal. On S775 systems, system performance is dependent on the Northbridge latency.

A detailed explanation of this can be found below:

http://www.anandtech.com/show/2427/6
http://www.anandtech.com/show/2427/7

The safe NB voltage does NOT depend on specs, but rather, on the quality of the board and the size of the Northbridge heatsink. Intel's spec of 1.1V was issued for cheap boards with a small heatsink over the NB.

Naturally, higher quality motherboards with pipes and large NB heatsinks, are able to sustain higher NB voltages 24/7. 1.6 NB voltage was used by ASUS Rampage series motherboards , the DDR3 versions of which provided the absolute best performance for S775.

Example:

BOTTOM PHOTO: Intel X48 Rampage Formula top-end mobo ($500). Note the absolutely massive NB heatsink below the CPU socket.
MID PHOTO: Intel P45 Express ASUS P5Q Deluxe high-end motherboard ($350). Note the massive NB heatsink below the CPU socket.
TOP PHOTO: Cheap Gigabyte EP45-DS3R ($120). Note the small NB heatsink and the absense of pipes.


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Lower TRD setting was the reason my QX9650 on an ASUS P5Q Deluxe yielded the highest Physics Scores at 3D Mark.com for a frequency of 4050 MHz . The Physics Score is dependent on CPU and Memory performance, not Graphics. I also beat everyone here including Davtylica (one of the early S771 modders) at 3D Mark 11.com Physics Score for the same reason.
Edited by Arxontas - 4/3/14 at 2:19am
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anyone can help me ?, i keep trying , but the bios keep saying "there is a know Cpu , a Bios update is necessary to unleash the full power of the cpu !"

Here you go.
maximus-asus-formula-1403-xeon5400.zip 823k .zip file

Please report back if the message is gone.

@ mpyusko
Just try it with the Asrock G41C-GS. It should work out of the box with that Xeon but I would use a BIOS with the latest microcodes.
There I patched that one already:
G41CGS_-Xeon5400-1.40.zip 666k .zip file

I think both of your G41 boards should be about the same. You could try to OC but I am not sure what options you have there for the boards. As far as I know there are very limited OC options for the G31 and G41 chipset boards so you may find yourself stuck at a very low or no OC because you are missing some voltage or frequency settings in BIOS.
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G41s don't overclock very well, I'd just run stock, 10% isn't worth it.

The Asus board has been running OC'd for years. Not to a damaging degree since the board is designed to OC up to 2000 FSB, and the E6700 is a 1066 running in the 1100's. The Xeon is doing what it does at factory clocks. Here is a result with the Xeon OC'd 10%
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1921681

Actually, here is a comparison between the E6700 and the Xeon, both OC'd 10%.....
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/1921681/fs/1193725
Edited by mpyusko - 4/3/14 at 7:00am
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@Bucho , thank you , the message is gone !

Now i OC'd the cpu reaching 3.1 ghz but i want 3.8 ghz , i will doit later and back here to say wath happend!

thank you
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