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post #2891 of 12376
Thanks for reply. You are reading my mind biggrin.gif Yesterday I tried overclocking it to 3.7 but that din't go well so I tried 3.4 and System ran great. After that i tried to touch the NB and that thing almost burnt my finger biggrin.gif Today I found 40 mm fan for NB. Gona mount it as soon as I get home from work. I already got a good CPU cooling.
I never thought that someday I will need a cooler on NB biggrin.gif As for motherboard I noticed that it's not overclocking great but still 3.4 is a pretty good result for the first time.

Do you guys think that I should add Xeon microcodes to BIOS anyway? Looks like my MB officially doesn't support 45nm CPUs (well it does but Gigabyte gives no guarantee). Thanks.
post #2892 of 12376
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Originally Posted by Communist View Post

Thanks for reply. You are reading my mind biggrin.gif Yesterday I tried overclocking it to 3.7 but that din't go well so I tried 3.4 and System ran great. After that i tried to touch the NB and that thing almost burnt my finger biggrin.gif Today I found 40 mm fan for NB. Gona mount it as soon as I get home from work. I already got a good CPU cooling.
I never thought that someday I will need a cooler on NB biggrin.gif As for motherboard I noticed that it's not overclocking great but still 3.4 is a pretty good result for the first time.

Do you guys think that I should add Xeon microcodes to BIOS anyway? Looks like my MB officially doesn't support 45nm CPUs (well it does but Gigabyte gives no guarantee). Thanks.

3.4GHz is decent, but that P965 should OC more.. especially now with 40mm fan on your NB. Can you upload some screens? Tnx!
post #2893 of 12376
I have two mobos.... ASRock G41C-GS and Asus P5G41T-M/CSM.... which is the better board for this? I'm using a Xeon E5450.
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post #2894 of 12376
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Originally Posted by Arxontas View Post

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.

no, my cpu is not getting hot.. it only runs 60-73c while gaming... those numbers I gave above was cpu USAGE not TEMPs... I have a ocz vendetta on the cpu... AC5
post #2895 of 12376
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Originally Posted by bledoliki View Post

So bujyako, what`s the final result with that Commando? Does it work? Thx!

Sorry but i havent install the processor because i havent the thermal paste, only have time in weekend.

Here you can check is compatible with fsb 1333 with lastest bios.

http://event.asus.com/mb/fsb1333/es/

When installed the processor i upload the images.

Best regards.
post #2896 of 12376
original.zip 1706k .zip file Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong?
It adds the new microcode bin file (for i7 2600k, cpuid 0x206A7) but it doesn't appear in the microcode information section...
Code:
C:\Users\G\Desktop\mc>NUL > NCPUCODE.BIN

C:\Users\G\Desktop\mc>cbrom195.exe Z68XUD7.F10 /nc_cpucode NCPUCODE.BIN
cbrom195.exe V1.95 [12/14/07] (C)Phoenix Technologies 2001-2007
Combine NCPUCODE.BIN file to Z68XUD7.F10...

C:\Users\G\Desktop\mc>copy /b ncpucode.bin + cpu000206a7_plat00000012_ver0000002
9_date20130612.bin ncpucode.bin
NCPUCODE.BIN
cpu000206a7_plat00000012_ver00000029_date20130612.bin
        1 file(s) copied.

C:\Users\G\Desktop\mc>cbrom195.exe Z68XUD7.F10 /nc_cpucode NCPUCODE.BIN
cbrom195.exe V1.95 [12/14/07] (C)Phoenix Technologies 2001-2007
Combine NCPUCODE.BIN file to Z68XUD7.F10...

C:\Users\G\Desktop\mc>intelmicrocodelist.exe Z68XUD7.F10
Intel Microcode List ver0.4a

CPUID=206A1 Rev=07 2009/12/23 CRC=8F1081F2 Off=3C4BDF Size=2000 Plat=1,4
CPUID=206A2 Rev=26 2010/02/17 CRC=82FFBD7B Off=3C6BDF Size=2400 Plat=1,4
CPUID=206A3 Rev=08 2010/05/26 CRC=D42FD75E Off=3C8FDF Size=2400 Plat=1,4
CPUID=206A5 Rev=07 2010/07/22 CRC=20B7FDE6 Off=3CB3DF Size=1C00 Plat=1,4
CPUID=206A6 Rev=28 2010/09/15 CRC=2B9BECC8 Off=3CCFDF Size=2400 Plat=1,4
CPUID=206A7 Rev=25 2011/10/11 CRC=6AA14554 Off=3CF3DF Size=2400 Plat=1,4
CPUID=206A7 Rev=1B 2011/07/14 CRC=F04A1C9C Off=3D17DF Size=2400 Plat=1,4
CPUID=306A2 Rev=08 2011/05/18 CRC=A0E51FEB Off=3D3BDF Size=2000 Plat=1,4
CPUID=306A4 Rev=07 2011/09/08 CRC=7E23E5AF Off=3D5BDF Size=2400 Plat=1,4
CPUID=306A5 Rev=07 2011/09/09 CRC=08E38731 Off=3D7FDF Size=2400 Plat=1,4
CPUID=306A6 Rev=02 2011/08/31 CRC=E9CE4EE5 Off=3DA3DF Size=1800 Plat=1,4
CPUID=306A8 Rev=08 2011/12/07 CRC=1468C83E Off=3DBBDF Size=2400 Plat=1,4
CPUID=306A9 Rev=0C 2012/01/13 CRC=9FF3BB06 Off=3DDFDF Size=2800 Plat=1,4
CPUID=206A7 Rev=29 2013/06/12 CRC=C9C91DF0 Off=3E07E0 Size=2800 Plat=1,4

Press any key to exit

C:\Users\G\Desktop\mc>cbrom195.exe Z68XUD7.F10 /D
cbrom195.exe V1.95 [12/14/07] (C)Phoenix Technologies 2001-2007

              ********  Z68XUD7.F10 BIOS component ********

 No. Item-Name         Original-Size   Compressed-Size Original-File-Name
================================================================================
  0. System BIOS       20000h(128.00K)  13990h(78.39K)  z68xud7.BIN
  1. XGROUP CODE       0E460h(57.09K)   09AC8h(38.70K)  awardext.rom
  2. ACPI table        04866h(18.10K)   01B7Ah(6.87K)   ACPITBL.BIN
  3. GROUP ROM[18]     04C60h(19.09K)   02BACh(10.92K)  ggroup.bin
  4. GROUP ROM[20]     0A480h(41.13K)   0527Fh(20.62K)  ffgroup.bin
  5. Other(40CA:0000)  04890h(18.14K)   028CDh(10.20K)  y2group.bin
  6. YGROUP ROM        0DBC0h(54.94K)   07335h(28.80K)  awardeyt.rom
  7. GROUP ROM[22]     0F630h(61.55K)   02913h(10.27K)  tgroup.bin
  8. GROUP ROM[23]     0F630h(61.55K)   04956h(18.33K)  t1group.bin
  9. GROUP ROM[24]     0F630h(61.55K)   04703h(17.75K)  t2group.bin
 10. GROUP ROM[25]     0F630h(61.55K)   01BECh(6.98K)   t3group.bin
 11. GROUP ROM[26]     0F630h(61.55K)   0015Ch(0.34K)   t4group.bin
 12. GROUP ROM[ 0]     07B10h(30.77K)   02A86h(10.63K)  _EN_CODE.BIN
 13. PCI ROM[A]        1DC00h(119.00K)  10E0Ch(67.51K)  raidrst5.bin
 14. PCI ROM[B]        04000h(16.00K)   02B45h(10.82K)  cptahci.bin
 15. PCI ROM[C]        10000h(64.00K)   097BDh(37.93K)  rtegrom.lom
 16. MINIT             1E3A0h(120.91K)  1E3CAh(120.95K) smminit.bin
 17. OEM0 CODE         034F6h(13.24K)   0265Bh(9.59K)   SBF.BIN
 18. OEM2 CODE         40000h(256.00K)  08A23h(34.53K)  mefwrhdr.BIN
 19. LOGO BitMap       4B30Ch(300.76K)  1A3F6h(104.99K) z68xud7.bmp
 20. GV3                03900h(14.25K)  02286h(8.63K)   PPMINIT.ROM
 21. OEM6 CODE         06400h(25.00K)   03DF7h(15.49K)  GRAID.BIN
 22. OEM3 CODE         015A0h(5.41K)    00C46h(3.07K)   MATSINIT.ROM
 23. GROUP ROM[17]     80000h(512.00K)  1F45Bh(125.09K) M9123FW.BIN
 24. OEM7 CODE         73000h(460.00K)  4891Ah(290.28K) EXTBIOS.BIN
(SP) NCPUCODE          1E401h(121.00K)  1E401h(121.00K) NCPUCODE.BIN

  Total compress code space  = 1E3000h(1932.00K)
  Total compressed code size = 12E2DEh(1208.72K)
  Remain compress code space = B4D42h(723.31K)

              ********  Z68XUD7.F10 Bootblock component ********

 No. Item-Name         Original-Size   Compressed-Size Original-File-Name
================================================================================
  1. MEM INIT IN BB    00B60h(2.84K)    00B91h(2.89K)   procinit.bin

                          ** Micro Code Information **
Update ID  CPUID  |  Update ID  CPUID  |  Update ID  CPUID  |  Update ID  CPUID
------------------+--------------------+--------------------+-------------------
SLOT1  07   06A1  |  SLOT1  26   06A2  |  SLOT1  08   06A3  |  SLOT1  07   06A5
SLOT1  28   06A6  |  SLOT1  25   06A7  |  SLOT1  1B   06A7  |  SLOT1  08   06A2
SLOT1  07   06A4  |  SLOT1  07   06A5  |  SLOT1  02   06A6  |  SLOT1  08   06A8
SLOT1  0C   06A9  |

Edited by Creo - 4/4/14 at 1:51pm
post #2897 of 12376
It should OC more but I'm OCing for the first time in my life. I'll try to OC it more in sunday. You mean photos of my PCs insides? biggrin.gif
post #2898 of 12376
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Originally Posted by Communist View Post

It should OC more but I'm OCing for the first time in my life. I'll try to OC it more in sunday. You mean photos of my PCs insides? biggrin.gif

Screen shots of cpuz, hwmon, linx, etc.
post #2899 of 12376
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Originally Posted by chrome-187 View Post

no, my cpu is not getting hot.. it only runs 60-73c while gaming... those numbers I gave above was cpu USAGE not TEMPs... I have a ocz vendetta on the cpu... AC5

You will have to define "lag" for us. The interpretation differs according to the person doing it.

-Some people consider anything less than 144FPS to be "lag".
-Some people consider anything less than 120FPS to be "lag".
-Some people consider anything less than 100FPS to be "lag".
-Some people consider anything less than 60FPS to be "lag".
-Some people consider stuttering to be "lag".

My QX9650@4.1GHz was capable of running Rome 2: TW at 1920X1080 ULTRA at around 30 FPS. While my gaming experience was fine most of the time, very occasionally when there were thousands of individual very high resolution units on the map (remember I played at ULTRA settings) I did experience stuttering and the FPS dropped to single digits. Since your game does not include several thousands of high res units being in the game world at the same time, I do not understand how you could have stuttered.

In any case, modern gaming above 1920X1080 with a Core 2 CPU is not recommended.

Have a look at these screenshopts with my QX9650 at around 4GHz (don't remember the exact overclock, but just before I sold it I had it OC'd at 4.1GHz):

First screenshot: 30 FPS fine & smooth, that's how my gaming experience was most of the time at 1920X1080 ULTRA:



Second screenshot, 8 FPS: Hundreds of units on screen fighting at the same time, 1920X1080, ULTRA. As you can see, my heavily overclocked GTX 580 SOC is very heavily bottlenecked by the CPU. The game was stuttering at 8 FPS.



Other games such as WoW:MoP ran just fine always around 30 FPS and always smooth at 1920X1080 ULTRA. Rome2:TW is pretty much one of the most graphically and CPU demanding games in existence atm.

LEGEND: Using EVGA PRECISION to display real time data. TOP ROW: GPU FREQUENCY & GPU USAGE. MIDDLE ROW: GPU MEMORY FREQ, GPU MEMORY USED, BOTTOM ROW: FPS
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GSKILL Trident Extreme Performance Memory F2-88... GSKILL Trident Extreme Performance Memory F2-88... GSKILL Trident Extreme Performance Memory F2-88... Western Digital Caviar Blue 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Western Digital Caviar Blue Thermaltake Frio Overclock King Windows 7 Professional  Philips FTV 32PFL5605H, 32'' 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Microsoft Comfort Curve Silverstone Strider Gold, 850W Cooler Master Cosmos RC 1000 Microsoft Intelli Mouse 
Audio
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post #2900 of 12376
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Originally Posted by gagarin77 View Post

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.

i was thinking that's because it's calling upon the ORIGINAL microcodes and not the ones added i alter. so if maybe the added o is corrupted some ow and it's reading it has some sort of dual core with lower volts hence an unstable quad with only 2 working cores.
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