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Originally Posted by bluenight View Post

that's good thumb.gif, can you help me mod bios for x48 asus rampage formular, i cannt post with xeon x5260 smile.gif

here the lastest bios

RAMPAGE-ASUS-Formula-1001.zip 979k .zip file
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Originally Posted by patentman View Post

There should be no problem, especially with the P5Q.
I don`t think it has to do with the bios but you can check a bios I had uploaded, search & find.

It sounds like cpu is degraded or mobo or socket is not clear enough. Check the adapter too.
The memory frequency does not jump up and down according to C-states. So something you have misunderstood there.

Load setup defaults, save and exit.
If system still does not work as it should then use another bios (not likely), check socket tabs clearance, check socket pins, change adapter (clean the cpu pin side first).
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Originally Posted by patentman View Post

There should be no problem, especially with the P5Q.
I don`t think it has to do with the bios but you can check a bios I had uploaded, search & find.

It sounds like cpu is degraded or mobo or socket is not clear enough. Check the adapter too.
The memory frequency does not jump up and down according to C-states. So something you have misunderstood there.

Load setup defaults, save and exit.
If system still does not work as it should then use another bios (not likely), check socket tabs clearance, check socket pins, change adapter (clean the cpu pin side first).

Thnx for the tip.
I actually came to a similar conclusion. I'm gonna take the cpu out and double check everything. Right now I'm busy with repairs. I've got amps and a whole bunch of other repairs to do, so no time for getting into it deeper.
Right now it's stable with the disabled C states. Core number 3 still running 10C hotter than the others.
I'll double check it on the weekend.
I'll let you know what I find.
Thnx again redface.gif
post #2982 of 12470
Hi guys!
It's my first post here

I have Asus P5W64-WS (975x !!!) and c2d e6300
I bought xeon e5420 (2,5ghz, 12mb) few moths ago. Before i intalled new CPU i updated BIOS to newest 1201 version. In that time i couldn't get adapter 771@775, so I start using aluminium foil (from kitchen;p). After few hours to create handmade adapter MY COMPUTER POST WITH e5420 (975X chipset!). Bios all options default , only nothbridge 1.8V and fsb termination 1.3V i manual set. But computer was unstable, a lot restart and freeze while in BIOS, i cant load winXP sp3.
i change CPU to my old e6300 and still can't load windows. ***?? With anger i refresh windowsXP using CD. Xeon i put on the shelf for better time, because i cant POST even to BIOS ??I thought that was crappy handmade adapter...... after one week(!!!) i discover that my e6300 use only 1 core. Problem was that when i set default BIOS setting , it change AHPI 2.0 to disable mode. So I probably know why i cant load Windows before and crash it...
After that discover i start again seeking for factory adapter 771@775 (bacause lack of patience) and found few day ago. When waiting for shipping i load e5420 microcode to my BIOS 1201.

But when i installed xeon with adapter = NO POST. i know that in this topic few person said that they cant post on 975x chipset. But few moths ago i CAN few times(1:10 computer booting) laod to BIOS with xeon e5420.

I have few questions:
1. One corner of my xeon is damaged . i don't know if it was damaged before or after posting to bios
http://i57.tinypic.com/jgh3d5.jpg http://i59.tinypic.com/1zp6usp.jpg
2. One pin in my socket on my asus looks terrible. E6300 working OK . But maybe it never using that pin.
http://i60.tinypic.com/kbsrw5.jpg (bad photo)

PS. Sorry for my english.
PS2. I once install in the socket my e6300 with 90degree shift (trollolo). Computer power up but no post:) Processor 100% fine after that:)
post #2983 of 12470
I didn't broil anything. I just decided to have some fun. Brought additional fan (originally bought it in Canada 23 years ago for use in a car) and placed it facing motherboard. I think this fan is something that can beat even deltas 220 CFMs. My settings CPU Vcore 1,4V selected in BIOS (about 1,36V after drop) and NB 1,58V. Temps were CPU 46C and NB 28C, room temperature about 20C.
Anything more on FSB and it wouldn't POST. It wasn't stable in OS. Last semi-stablein value I had in Windows was at FSB480 - 4,32GHz, I didn't added more voltage, only checked if it POSTs.
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post #2984 of 12470
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Originally Posted by altean View Post

Hiya..
Thanx for the files and the info.
I patched my rom file, flashed the bios. The e5450 came up great, unfortunately I had to disable my C states in the bios or the computer would boot for about 10-15 mins.
I checked it with HWiNFO64. The cpu speed would jump up and down, so is the memory speed with the C states enabled.
I'm not really up to snuff on cpu microcode hacking. It looks fairly straight forward.
I'm using the asus p5q 2209 bios with this microcode patch what you have posted on here.
I've checked Donovan's site for more info. If i understand this, I might need to change some of the info in the patch to make it work properly.
I know ,ppl might ask,than why do I bother ...I'd like to run some other tests for compatibility and I need this thing to run properly.
Any advice on the C state fix?
If you have to ask which C state,, all of them!
the rest of the cpu settings are enabled and works fine.
thnx again

Sry ..This post got misdirected:rolleyes:
post #2985 of 12470
He didn't state if he was using ECC memory, but I will delve into it a bit farther here.
post #2986 of 12470
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Originally Posted by Carachio View Post

Hi guys!
It's my first post here

I have Asus P5W64-WS (975x !!!) and c2d e6300
I bought xeon e5420 (2,5ghz, 12mb) few moths ago. Before i intalled new CPU i updated BIOS to newest 1201 version. In that time i couldn't get adapter 771@775, so I start using aluminium foil (from kitchen;p). After few hours to create handmade adapter MY COMPUTER POST WITH e5420 (975X chipset!). Bios all options default , only nothbridge 1.8V and fsb termination 1.3V i manual set. But computer was unstable, a lot restart and freeze while in BIOS, i cant load winXP sp3.
i change CPU to my old e6300 and still can't load windows. ***?? With anger i refresh windowsXP using CD. Xeon i put on the shelf for better time, because i cant POST even to BIOS ??I thought that was crappy handmade adapter...... after one week(!!!) i discover that my e6300 use only 1 core. Problem was that when i set default BIOS setting , it change AHPI 2.0 to disable mode. So I probably know why i cant load Windows before and crash it...
After that discover i start again seeking for factory adapter 771@775 (bacause lack of patience) and found few day ago. When waiting for shipping i load e5420 microcode to my BIOS 1201.

But when i installed xeon with adapter = NO POST. i know that in this topic few person said that they cant post on 975x chipset. But few moths ago i CAN few times(1:10 computer booting) laod to BIOS with xeon e5420.

I have few questions:
1. One corner of my xeon is damaged . i don't know if it was damaged before or after posting to bios
http://i57.tinypic.com/jgh3d5.jpg http://i59.tinypic.com/1zp6usp.jpg
2. One pin in my socket on my asus looks terrible. E6300 working OK . But maybe it never using that pin.
http://i60.tinypic.com/kbsrw5.jpg (bad photo)

PS. Sorry for my english.
PS2. I once install in the socket my e6300 with 90degree shift (trollolo). Computer power up but no post:) Processor 100% fine after that:)

I think the Xeon chip is ok. That doesn't look like to me anyway enough missing to cause a problem. The bent pin ( you are lucky it still works! ) is probably one of the redundant pins so it should be ok. I would try to straighten it out only so it doesn't come into contact with a neighbor pin.
post #2987 of 12470
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Originally Posted by gagarin77 View Post

I didn't broil anything. I just decided to have some fun. Brought additional fan (originally bought it in Canada 23 years ago for use in a car) and placed it facing motherboard. I think this fan is something that can beat even deltas 220 CFMs. My settings CPU Vcore 1,4V selected in BIOS (about 1,36V after drop) and NB 1,58V. Temps were CPU 46C and NB 28C, room temperature about 20C.
Anything more on FSB and it wouldn't POST. It wasn't stable in OS. Last semi-stablein value I had in Windows was at FSB480 - 4,32GHz, I didn't added more voltage, only checked if it POSTs.

mmmmmm broiled CPU smile.gif Tasty!
post #2988 of 12470
if anyone's interested, here's a comparison on an oc-ed x5460 to its stock speed.
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/1937049/fs/1936943
post #2989 of 12470
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Originally Posted by x11nt4 View Post

I think the Xeon chip is ok. That doesn't look like to me anyway enough missing to cause a problem. The bent pin ( you are lucky it still works! ) is probably one of the redundant pins so it should be ok. I would try to straighten it out only so it doesn't come into contact with a neighbor pin.

Are pins are flexibe? Because I'm scared that I break one

Another questions: 975x + e5420 = any HOPE ???

How i can manage post and enter to bios on 975x

Maybe my bent pin are not redundant for 771 CPU....
Edited by Carachio - 4/11/14 at 11:32am
post #2990 of 12470
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Originally Posted by x11nt4 View Post

He didn't state if he was using ECC memory, but I will delve into it a bit farther here.

ECC or not, essentially, it is the option in the BIOS that matters to be at the Disabled state I think. Do look into it if you could, because that may explain a lot for the owners of such motherboards and the following generations (X38, X48).
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