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Damn! Looks like OC wasn't that good... PC turned off again and didn't pass POST until I reset cmos. Whta's wrong?...
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I went through the whole thing again(check the pins,cleaning, fixed the plastic adapter to make sure it lines up properly)..
No more jumping everything is stable ,except the C-state. With that on still runs like a dog.
I wonder if anyone using the same setup as I..(P5Q with the e5450) and the processor is stepping down like it should.
Anywhoo.. Clocked it to 3.6 and it's very stable. I had my 8400 running 4 gig steady before no sweat.
Luckily, with the 8400 the only thing I had to change in the bios is to set bus the 444 and leave everything else on auto.
My OCZ cooler is a beast for oc.thumb.gif

Try this bios

P5Q-ASUS-2209-XEON5400.zip 701k .zip file

Load setup defaults as I said.
It should run OK doing so.
Look again what I had suggested, all the steps before and after bios update.

Those Xeons overclock with any heatsink.
It is not the heatsink, it is the cpu. wink.gif
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Damn! Looks like OC wasn't that good... PC turned off again and didn't pass POST until I reset cmos. Whta's wrong?...

call power distribution company to replace transformer in your grid sector with a bigger unit
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Seriously how do you expect us to know if you didn't showed us any settings that you are using, or any kind of information regarding your PC components. If you don't know what you are doing than better stay out of this, you will only damage your equipment. Do some reading regarding OC first.
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Well I haven't overclocked much in the past that's for sure but I have to start somewhere.
I was in a hurry so I didn't manage to finish my post.
MB: ga-956p-ds3
CPU: Xeon E5440
RAM: 2x Hynix DDR2 1Gb 800Mhz

Well I OC'd as always. FSB: 400, Adjusted RAM frequency. Voltages were set to AUTO.
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Since 45nm processors with 1333 FSB are not officially supported on this mobo and those with FSB 1600 have N/A I think that this is the limit for the AUTO settings and this took you pretty far. Best guess would be NB a fault. Try rising voltage a bit and make some stress test with Prime95 to check if it is stable. If this doesn't help, than do the same for the CPU. You may need to look for "safe" overclocking voltages for this specific chipset and install some additional cooling.
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Well I haven't overclocked much in the past that's for sure but I have to start somewhere.
I was in a hurry so I didn't manage to finish my post.
MB: ga-956p-ds3
CPU: Xeon E5440
RAM: 2x Hynix DDR2 1Gb 800Mhz

Well I OC'd as always. FSB: 400, Adjusted RAM frequency. Voltages were set to AUTO.

CPU Voltage better not be on auto....

Never Overclock you CPU with CPU voltage on Auto. thumb.gif


You probably just need to feed the CPU more voltage.

Your motherboard isn't that great ether, don't expect a great overclock in the first place.
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Well I haven't overclocked much in the past that's for sure but I have to start somewhere.
I was in a hurry so I didn't manage to finish my post.
MB: ga-956p-ds3
CPU: Xeon E5440
RAM: 2x Hynix DDR2 1Gb 800Mhz

Well I OC'd as always. FSB: 400, Adjusted RAM frequency. Voltages were set to AUTO.

There are some good and some bad news.

Bad news is your motherboard is not the best overclocker. You also should have some basic knowledge. Like cpu voltage, ram timings, what PSU is needed, etc
Also your memory capacity is too little.

Good news is:
You don`t have to overclock with a Xeon E54xx.
Even at stock speed your system should be rocket fast.
Even with a E5410.
All E54xx Xeons overclock at 400 FSB with no effort. So it is not the cpu.


OK, let`s see what might be your problem having no rocket fast system.
a) your memory should be 4GB or more. 6Gb is better, 4GB is good.
2GB is only good for XP.

b) Fragmentation.
Well, a HDD that is almost full is making system slow.
Even if it is not full or was not full in the past then MFT (Master File Table) may have got fragmented.
Tons of little files coming from useless utilities that promise a faster system are doing only things worse. Don`t use any utility/program there is available.
Don`t use the primary OS partition to store files.
That`s why people say that their system got faster after a format. I don`t format, there is no need to if usage is proper.

c) slow HDD.
A slow HDD makes system laggish.

So, I would suggest you leave the cpu at stock speed.
Buy a new HDD. A WD 1TB blue. Make a 140GB primary OS partition. Install only the useful and not any crap available.
Buy a 4GB DDR2 800 kit. As your mobo has 4 slots you can keep the existing 2x 1GB modules you have, for a total of fast 6GB. Ebay has a good price on 2x 2GB modules. Choose modules that mention "low density".
Install windows 7 64. Update drivers and OS.

Then your system will be rocket fast.
I can guarantee that.
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There are some good and some bad news.

Bad news is your motherboard is not the best overclocker. You also should have some basic knowledge. Like cpu voltage, ram timings, what PSU is needed, etc
Also your memory capacity is too little.

Good news is:
You don`t have to overclock with a Xeon E54xx.
Even at stock speed your system should be rocket fast.
Even with a E5410.
All E54xx Xeons overclock at 400 FSB with no effort. So it is not the cpu.


OK, let`s see what might be your problem having no rocket fast system.
a) your memory should be 4GB or more. 6Gb is better, 4GB is good.
2GB is only good for XP.

b) Fragmentation.
Well, a HDD that is almost full is making system slow.
Even if it is not full or was not full in the past then MFT (Master File Table) may have got fragmented.
Tons of little files coming from useless utilities that promise a faster system are doing only things worse. Don`t use any utility/program there is available.
Don`t use the primary OS partition to store files.
That`s why people say that their system got faster after a format. I don`t format, there is no need to if usage is proper.

c) slow HDD.
A slow HDD makes system laggish.

So, I would suggest you leave the cpu at stock speed.
Buy a new HDD. A WD 1TB blue. Make a 140GB primary OS partition. Install only the useful and not any crap available.
Buy a 4GB DDR2 800 kit. As your mobo has 4 slots you can keep the existing 2x 1GB modules you have, for a total of fast 6GB. Ebay has a good price on 2x 2GB modules. Choose modules that mention "low density".
Install windows 7 64. Update drivers and OS.

Then your system will be rocket fast.
I can guarantee that.
His board seems to be better than mine a g31m es2l
my settings for my x5460
are 400 fsb @ 1.28 for 3.8 ghz voltage even though cpuz never show anything higher than 1.26volts during stress testing
I did add heat sinks to my mosfets and water cooled my north bridge cause on these boards it ran very very hot. But even before that I ran my oc at 4ghz with no crashes at all. System was slow but that was due to my hard drive once I change my os to a ssd my system runs very fast now.
Also my ram is rated for 1066 at 800 I think you cant hit 400 fsb if I recall correctly.
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my settings for my x5460
are 400 fsb @ 1.28 for 3.8 ghz

This depends on CPU's overclocking abilities. I have two E5450 C0 that are unstable at FSB 450 with 1,4V and one E5440 C0 that is stable with same voltage at FSB 480. Also I had X5450 E0 on Auto with FSB 440.
FSB 400 can easily be done with AUTO settings on those Xeons, but Communist has an older chipset that doesn't fully support FSB 333 so he will need to stabilize it with more voltage. Anyway overclocking is a trial and error as always. There are only guide lines, not direct instructions like "set this and this to xxx and it will work 100%"
Edited by gagarin77 - 4/13/14 at 11:16am
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His board seems to be better than mine a g31m es2l
my settings for my x5460
are 400 fsb @ 1.28 for 3.8 ghz voltage even though cpuz never show anything higher than 1.26volts during stress testing
I did add heat sinks to my mosfets and water cooled my north bridge cause on these boards it ran very very hot. But even before that I ran my oc at 4ghz with no crashes at all. System was slow but that was due to my hard drive once I change my os to a ssd my system runs very fast now.
Also my ram is rated for 1066 at 800 I think you cant hit 400 fsb if I recall correctly.

I don`t think northbridge needs to be watercooled for 400FSB. The simplest and cheapest would be to fit a tiny fan, else change the heatsink with a Zalman NB47J.
You could leave it as it is though.

The HDD, its speed and its fragmentation (don`t forget MFT too) is a really big slowdown factor.
Although an SSD is faster than a single platter 1TB WD Blue I would not recommend everyone gets a SSD. Especially those who download a lot of stuff to the main drive.
A single platter 1TB WD Blue is fast for everyday use, costs less, and has enough room for storage partition.
But yes, an SSD is better if you use it wisely and have a 3.5" storage disk too.

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This depends on CPU's overclocking abilities. I have two E5450 C0 that are unstable at FSB 450 with 1,4V and one E5440 C0 that is stable with same voltage at FSB 480. Also I had X5450 E0 on Auto with FSB 440.
FSB 400 can easily be done with AUTO settings on those Xeons, but Communist has an older chipset that doesn't fully support FSB 333 so he will need to stabilize it with more voltage. Anyway overclocking is a trial and error as always. There are only guide lines, not direct instructions like "set this and this to xxx and it will work 100%"

I have some great success on a few Xeons.
Some are golden chip. Either go 450FSB under 1.200V or run stock at under 1.000V
Some other are just great, as any Xeon there. Still a lot better than a Core 2 Quad.
I have got some of them, nothing special than going strong as they should.
Overall I`m very, but very, satisfied with any Xeon I have upgraded.

My recent find is a E5440 going 492FSB at 1.312V stable, while it can run well under 1.200V @450FSB stable.
Of course I still have my golden chip E5450 4Ghz 445FSB @1.176V
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Xeon E5450 Asus P5QL-E EAH4350 silent 8GB DDR2 800 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
120GB IDE DVDrom CNPS7500-AlCu LED silent mode win7 64 
MonitorPowerCaseMouse
TV 40" SeaSonic SS-350-ET 80+ Asus Vento TA-8G1 mini bluetooth mouse 
AudioOther
ASUS Xonar D1 USB mpeg4 DVB-T tuner 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Xeon L5420 @0.952V ASUS P5QL-E ASUS EAH3450 Silent 8GB DDR2 800 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingPower
WD3200AAJB DVD-RW Zalman CNPS7000 Al-Cu Silent mode SeaSonic SS-350-ET 80+ 
CaseAudioOther
1998 SoundBlaster Live! (`1998) NEC uPD720201 USB3.0 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Xeon E5450 @4Ghz P5Q Deluxe EAH3450 silent  8GB A-DATA Vitesta Extreme Edition DDR2-800+ C... 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
2x WD WD10EALX RAID1 WD10EZEX out of site backup 2x WD320AAKS RAID0 (sometimes in Matrix Raid) 2x or 3x WD800JD RAID0 
Optical DriveCoolingOSPower
LITEON DVD-RW Zalman CNPS10X Optima Silent mode win7 64 Chieftec CFT-560A-12C 
CaseOther
Chieftec LBX-03 Full tower w/active HDD cooling NEC uPD720201 USB3.0 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Xeon E5450 Asus P5QL-E EAH4350 silent 8GB DDR2 800 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
120GB IDE DVDrom CNPS7500-AlCu LED silent mode win7 64 
MonitorPowerCaseMouse
TV 40" SeaSonic SS-350-ET 80+ Asus Vento TA-8G1 mini bluetooth mouse 
AudioOther
ASUS Xonar D1 USB mpeg4 DVB-T tuner 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Xeon L5420 @0.952V ASUS P5QL-E ASUS EAH3450 Silent 8GB DDR2 800 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingPower
WD3200AAJB DVD-RW Zalman CNPS7000 Al-Cu Silent mode SeaSonic SS-350-ET 80+ 
CaseAudioOther
1998 SoundBlaster Live! (`1998) NEC uPD720201 USB3.0 
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