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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....

@ Carachio

Learn to search a few simple things please, it will help you a lot and others too. smile.gif

Pins are slightly flexible to all directions, so if you do it, do it at your own risk and be very cautious with them. Use a magnifying glass and gentle movements.

975X & E5420 we’ll know from x11nt4 hopefully!
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Originally Posted by DEVICE View Post

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).

I have 975x (asus p5w64-ws) and ECC mode (auto/disable) i have set on disable and nothing change.
Like I said before I have once with handmade adapter post to BIOS with e5420 on 975x chipset but it was unstable(freezing/restarting) probably because APCI 2.0 was set to disable(after load default bios settings). Now after few motnhs with fabric adapters i cant even post...
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X3363 + ASUS P5E3 PRO X48 = SUCCESS!!!!!!

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Originally Posted by x11nt4 View Post

X3363 + ASUS P5E3 PRO X48 = SUCCESS!!!!!!


Are you using stock BIOS? Normally 3353 or 3363 works with stock BIOS
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Are you using stock BIOS? Normally 3353 or 3363 works with stock BIOS

Ya, stock bios. i need to update the microcode now to "unleash the full power of the processor" biggrin.gif
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I have tested the E54xx chips on the P5E3 board and this board does not flash 1 post code just like the P5E X38. Now that I see this X3363 chip work on this X48 board when the E54xx series does not, I have to think neither ECC or VT-D is the problem. I noticed the X33x3 family are all uni-processor where as the E54xx X and L are all dual processor compatible. But I don't understand how that can be the issue since Dell Precision desktops work just fine with a single E54xx series Xeon. There has to be a logical difference between these 2 LGA771 series but I just don't know what it can be that causes one to work when the other does not on the same chipset.
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Hi guys. How does FSB 520 sounds:D

What core voltage?
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post #2998 of 12377
x11nt4,

This is what that person posted some time ago. Maybe you can make better sense than I do!?

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Originally Posted by M125 View Post

I thought this looked pretty cool, so I pulled an X3353 out of an old Poweredge T300 and stuck it in an even older Optiplex 755 with the adapter. Most satisfying 15-minute hardware mod I've ever done. thumb.gif

The 3xx3 Xeons (Yorkfield-CL) are virtually identical to 775 Xeons (themselves identical to Core 2 Quads) besides their lower TDP and 771 socket. X3323, X3353 and X3363 are the single socket Xeons to put in Qxx-based boards/Dell Optiplex 755-780.


Also, the 1GB memory you've tried is ECC or not?
Edited by DEVICE - 4/11/14 at 6:26pm
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x11nt4,

This is what that person posted some time ago. Maybe you can make better sense than I do!?
Also, the 1GB memory you've tried is ECC or not?

That in itself makes me think the Q and X series chipsets are looking for a second processor to be present perhaps? hmmm. I don't know. Like Terminal Voltage keeps saying, why does any of this work at all? smile.gif sure seems to me if dual processor capabilities was an issue, then the 5400 series Xeons should not work in any socket 775 board. What I do not understand, is that ( I looked this up on tomshardware ) that the Q series is based on the G series with VT-D capabilities. The G series is based on the P series, with graphics added. I couldn't see any of these chipsets being based on the X38/48 series. Seems like if Q=G and G=P then Q=P also lol wheee.gif
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Originally Posted by DEVICE View Post

x11nt4,

This is what that person posted some time ago. Maybe you can make better sense than I do!?
Also, the 1GB memory you've tried is ECC or not?
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Originally Posted by DEVICE View Post

x11nt4,

This is what that person posted some time ago. Maybe you can make better sense than I do!?
Also, the 1GB memory you've tried is ECC or not?

It is not ECC. I don't have any DDR3 ecc at the moment
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