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Originally Posted by jihe View Post

Except the xeons don't run anywhere near as stable as native 775 quads.

Have you made any expericences is that direction? I had doubts about the stability for serious (workstation) use of the xeons in 775 boards myself. However I have not found anyone complaining about stability or reliability problems once the cpu runs and the microcodes have been added.
Edited by rewease - 4/8/14 at 6:50am
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i'd think even if jihe is right there would be a big improvement coming from a q6600.
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Have you made any expericences is that direction? I had doubts about the stability for serious (workstation) use of the xeons in 775 boards myself. However I have not found anyone complaining about stability or reliability problems once the cpu runs and the microcodes have been added.

Hello!!! I have been. My rig now on it's second mobo is having stability issues with the Xeon Upgrade. I've been posting, asking for help.
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i wonder what mobo do you and jihe have?
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i wonder what mobo do you and jihe have?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1431723/mod-lga775-support-for-lga771-xeon-cpus/2800_100#post_22046981
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@ 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.

Just saw this. I swapped over to the ASrock board. Still having issues. I booted with the e6700 first and patched the BIOS. Then I noticed the NB heatsink was 65C so I had to swap on one with a fan. Now that I have the NB down to 35C, with the Xeon in it becomes unstable. However I am inclined to think it might be my RAM. I've been running it for a couple years at 1173 MHz, but it's Kingston HyperX DDR3-1333 so it should be able to handle it. Now whenever I boost the RAM to 1333, I get some freezing and kernel panics/dumps.

However, memtest86+ runs fine continuously without issues. (Where is the ripping your hair out smiley?)
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i noticed you have a "G" chipset. I wonder if Jihe also has a chipset. From what i've gather form TerminalVoltage we aren't too sure about the "G" chipsets and how they are wired.

Both the ASUS P5G41T-M/CSM and ASRock G41C-GS look to be budget boards. The Asus looks to be 4+2 phase VRM at best and the AsRock looks like a firehazard.
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Just saw this. I swapped over to the ASrock board. Still having issues. I booted with the e6700 first and patched the BIOS. Then I noticed the NB heatsink was 65C so I had to swap on one with a fan. Now that I have the NB down to 35C, with the Xeon in it becomes unstable. However I am inclined to think it might be my RAM. I've been running it for a couple years at 1173 MHz, but it's Kingston HyperX DDR3-1333 so it should be able to handle it. Now whenever I boost the RAM to 1333, I get some freezing and kernel panics/dumps.

However, memtest86+ runs fine continuously without issues. (Where is the ripping your hair out smiley?)

1. Increase DRAM voltage. Try again.

2. Increase Northbridge Voltage. Try again.

Keep increasing either of the above mentioned voltages until you are stable. G41 chipset boards are cheap & low quality and Asrock suck too, so I am not surprised.
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1. Increase DRAM voltage. Try again.

2. Increase Northbridge Voltage. Try again.

Keep increasing either of the above mentioned voltages until you are stable. G41 chipset boards are cheap & low quality and Asrock suck too, so I am not surprised.

I have my DRAM voltage set to 1.55V and everything else is Auto.
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I have my DRAM voltage set to 1.55V and everything else is Auto.

Let me try again:

1. Increase DRAM voltage by 0.05V increments. See if that works.

2. Increase NB voltage by 0.05V increments. See if that works.

Your mobo just needs more voltage. This is typical in low quality garbage boards such as your G41. The quality is too low and the circuits do not supply the stated voltage. Your DDR3 should be good up to 2.00 Volts and your chipset (NB voltage) up to 1.4 Volts.
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