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post #2881 of 12379
Hello again. I changed my MB to ga-965p-ds3 (rev 3.3 and f14 BIOS) and installed Xeon E5440. PC started and worked well but suddenly it froze and din't turn on. After some manipulations (I even don't know what was wrong maybe the sticker was not in place) it turned on again. Now I have no problems with it. Now I want to overclock it but don't really know how to do it properly. Looks like I'll have to read alot about overclocking biggrin.gif
post #2882 of 12379
I have an Asus P5K/EPU mobo and Xeon E5430. Every time I turn on the pc appears the message: "to unleash this cpu full power please perform bios update process" . Can anyone add the microcodes to modify the bios?

Thanks for help

My latest bios is :

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket775/P5K_EPU/P5K-EPU-0604.zip

Selectapreviousattachment 790k .zip file
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post #2884 of 12379
So i bought a Xeon E5440, attached the adapter, cut the socket plastic, all assembled and fine, and its working without touching the BIOS. But i got one major problem, its recognizing only 2 cores in task manager, cpu-z or anywhere else, except in the device manager it shows up 4 processors.

I have the latest official BIOS from Biostar i think, the weird thing is it shows that i have SSE4.1 and VT-x instructions which usually doesnt appears without microcode insertion, so what do i need to do? Help me please.

CPU: Xeon E5440
MBO: Biostar TP43D2-A7

CPU-Z
http://prntscr.com/36oxyu
http://prntscr.com/36oy20

Device manager
http://prntscr.com/36oxw3

EDIT:
Solved, but dont really know what, i think the load bios defaults should be it!
http://valid.canardpc.com/kdvqfk
Edited by darkzu - 4/3/14 at 3:56pm
post #2885 of 12379
ok guys... I ended up getting my x5460... really happy with the overclock... its running 4.27ghz @ 1.35v... only thing though is I upgraded from a 770gtx to a 780gtx, cuz I've really gotten addicted to TITANFALL for PC...I upgraded to the 770 and titanfall ran really laggy... I couldn't max out the graphix when others were saying they had the 770gtx maxed out... so I bought the gtx 780 and I still can't run insane settings which is why

I think I'm coming to the conclusion maybe the x5460 was a bad upgrade from my q9450 for GAMING especially if its bottlenecking my graphics card even @ 4.27ghz... my cpu usage during game play goes from 60-99% usage... usually 2 of the 4 cores are in the 90's and other 2 are in 60-70s... my ram is 8gb ddr2 @ 900mhz 5-5-5-15...

well I think I bought the gtx 780 when maybe I should have upgraded my cpu and mobo in the first place for GAMING... so my question is do you guys think it is my CPU X5460 BOTTLENECKING MY GTX 780 AND MY 770 GTX?

I can't think of any other reason why its so laggy, but it kind of upsets me cuz I would have never got this x5460 to overclock if it was still going to bottleneck.. feel like I wasted my time... before I come to that conclusion though I'd like to know what you guys think...
Edited by chrome-187 - 4/3/14 at 2:16pm
post #2886 of 12379
According to tgoogle, TITANFALL is running on a modified 2004 engine and its lowest requirements is a C2D@2.27Ghz plus 8800GTX.

You are doing it wrong, in that you are throttling the bejesus out of your CPU due to reaching the thermal threshold.

The CPU is not at fault here; your cooling and/or TIM application is. My QX9650 never ran hotter than 65 Celsius at max load at 1.45V VCORE ffs.

Of course the CPU is going to bottleneck your GPU but it should be still more than fine to run Titanfall at 1920X1080 ULTRA at around 30 FPS.

TLDR: Your CPU throttles down and thus you lag. Your cooling is insufficient.
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post #2887 of 12379
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Originally Posted by bujyako View Post

Yes is true, i check only the is compatiliby with processor of 45nm.

I think is imposible run in my motherboard.

So bujyako, what`s the final result with that Commando? Does it work? Thx!
post #2888 of 12379
@Communist

With that board (which I also have) step one in overclocking should be getting better cooling for the northbridge. This thing runs insanely hot. Screw a 40 mm fan to the heatsink, theres even a pin header labeled NB_FAN nearby or replace it altogether with something passive using heatpipes and use AS5 thermal compound or the like.

Then I would aim for 3.4 GHz @ FSB400 and see if it can be done with reasonable Vcore. Dont forget to adjust your ram divider. I bumped V(FSB) one notch up and V(MCH) will also need to be increased. Honestly the 965P is not the greatest chipset for overclocking quads, if you run 4 banks of ram that will make it even harder. If it wont work, just enjoy it a 2.83 GHz, good luck.
post #2889 of 12379
Yes is possible use xeon x5450 because by bios have support for this procesator.
In my motherboard asus comando have support in the bios 0895 i dont remember exacly the number but i have the 1901.
post #2890 of 12379
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Originally Posted by bujyako View Post

Yes is possible use xeon x5450 because by bios have support for this procesator.
In my motherboard asus comando have support in the bios 0895 i dont remember exacly the number but i have the 1901.

Can you post some screen shots, cpuz, hwmon, etc. ? Tnx!
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