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I am surprised, I have been using two xeon quad core machines for months and they are very stable and cool. One is on x3353 and other on e5462.

At a negligible cost I was able to update two systems, Its a real value for money for me.

Well you shouldn't be. If you google translate the chinese forum where this mod was made in the first place you'll see that stability is one of the main drawbacks. Sockets were burn due to bad contacts etc.
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How does frequency affect single vs Dual? Both say they handle 8GB DDR3.
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How does frequency affect single vs Dual? Both say they handle 8GB DDR3.
My guess is the memory controller in chipset is more burdened. Anyway I read somewhere that running DDR3 on older chipsets is tricky. Combination of a new and old technology not always works as it should. Just do some reading on this topic.
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My guess is the memory controller in chipset is more burdened. Anyway I read somewhere that running DDR3 on older chipsets is tricky. Combination of a new and old technology not always works as it should. Just do some reading on this topic.

I've been reading so much about RAM today, I'm starting to go cross-eyed. Some of these articles have me going in circles. Plus I was also chatting with Kingston support today to confirm compatibility.
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You said:
The Ram should be compatible with these boards, correct?
Kingston said:
We don't make any guarantees with Hyper-X memory. Customer may wish to go faster by overclocking but due to the overclocking nature of these modules, we not guarantee compatibility
You said:
Ok, let me rephrase..... This RAM matches the specs for these boards?
Kingston said:
Yes, this board is capable of 1333Mhz with overclocking memory modules
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The most useful thing we settled on was to try my success the the Crucial sticks..... If they work, they'll RMA the HyperX.
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After doing a microcode update my cpuz reads a E5440 instead of a
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Titan Fall Caps to your monitor's refrech rate. So if you only have a 60hz monitor, it will cap at 60. If you have a 96/120hz monitor it will cap at those frame rates.


Also the 780i chipset Sucks. I used to have a EVGA 780i board, hated it for 45nm Intel Quads. Worked great on a Q6600 but anything 45nm just forget about it. The 780i chipset is nothing more then a overclocked 680i chipset, Not only that but the board uses the NF200 chip to give users pci-e 2.0, as the chipset doesn't support real pci-e 2.0. So from the NB to the NF200 you get a slow connection with added latency and any card connected to the NF200 gets to share that 2.0 speed. Really it is a horrid board with fsb holes and stability problems when pushing a high FSB. Also has really bad v-droop and needs to be pencil modded.


The 771 to 775 mod is good for someone with a good p45 board like a ep45-ud3p, but something like the 780i chipset should just be passed up.

Sell the 780i for as much as you can get and look for a upgrade. Maybe a used 1155 platform? Though your 780i board is doing fairly well.


As for me My old Q9550 still is kicking in my HTPC with my ud3p, @ 4ghz it tends to game better then my brothers i3 3220. His CPU can score slightly better in single thread but my q9550 kills his i3 in multithread. My Q9550 under 3.6ghz starts to bottleneck my gtx470 though. Also 4gb of ram is starting to become a problem with newer games, upgrading to 8gb of ddr2 is expensive.
I dont get this. Im running my x5460 on a cheap g31m es2l @ 4.0Ghz with a 7870 and can run all my games on the highest settings no prob at 1080p. I think this mod is worth it to anyone with a compatible motherboard who wants a cheap quad. This machine performs just as good as my sig machine.
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Hi, I am lost in trying to install the micro code for Xeon E5430 -SLBBK-stepping A- Revision EO
in Asus P5KVM with Ami bios.

The chip is running but speedstep is not working and the bios reports the temp a 85 celcius which is making my cpu fan run at
full speed.

All 4 cores are averaging 40 celius in window 7 running full speed.

Can anyone insert the microcode for me into my bios?

Thanks for any help mybios.zip 641k .zip file

I got it done finally, no need anymore!!
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"When life gives you lemons, don't make lemonade, make life, give the lemons back. I don't want your damn lemons, what am I suppose to do with these." - Cave Johnson

The lemon I have is this, I was none to careful modding the socket on my ASUS P5Q PRO and ended up bending 2 pins and breaking the tip of another off. My E5450 works in it, just wouldn't OC at all. Took it out, did some cleaning up of the bent pins and the broken one and was able to get it to 3.4 ghz. It was OCCT 41 hr stable but I have had 2 hard locks this week. Not sure if it was the hardware or me messing with hacking PvZ. I'll still monitor that situation.

So I have a cpu that I'm sure I'm not even close to reaching its potential on a crippled motherboard. I also have an un-modded EVGA 750i FTW sitting in a box. Do I give the 750i a go, or sell it and buy this that supports DDR3?
https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1CHFX_enUS570US570&espvd=2&es_sm=122&biw=1920&bih=955&output=search&tbm=shop&q=p45r2000&oq=p45r2000&gs_l=products-cc.3...13392.13982.0.14606.5.5.0.0.0.0.94.411.5.5.0....0...1ac.1.40.products-cc..5.0.0.qX-ClQ4sv08#spd=10881260906812617923

Selling the 750i, 12gb of DDR2 1066 I have between the two boards, the P5Q PRO (noting the damage), and a Q6600 would actually leave me with a few extra bucks after replacing them with the ASRock and 8gb DDR3 1333 ram. I don't think I would net enough to do a platform jump though and there's no other money to add.

Whatcha think, the 750i, P45R2000, stick with the P5Q PRO, or sell it all and find something else?
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Sell the lemons at e-bay and switch to oranges.

The Amlighty has given you a clear sign to abandon S775. Respect the Lord and take His advice.
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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.

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

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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.


look at my post above yours, it's possibly a lack VRMs, i'm amazed it has blow nor caught fire i bet those VRMs are BLAZING hot.

Also gargin might be on to something about that ram.
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ANANDTECH would beg to differ:



ANANDTECH actually recommend going up to 2.00V 24/7 with your DDR3. After owning and working with Socket 775 for 6+ years, I know very well what I am talking about every time I post something with respect to Socket 775.

I was the owner of a QX9650 Socket 775 based system from March 2008 to Decemeber 2013.

In any case, I would advise people to follow my (and ANANDTECH's) recommendations over those of a random troll over the internet.

1.5V for cpu core voltage is considered safe for long term operation of 45nm quads??

I remember looking at intel spec sheets for 45nm quad cores and the max safe vcore there was 1.45V.
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