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Originally Posted by xxpenguinxx View Post

Check around the CPU socket for any discoloration or burn marks, look under the board as well. If you don't see anything do you have an old 775 CPU you can test with?

I don't see or smell anything. I'll try the old one later. When I push the power button, it kick on for 1/2 second, turns off for two, then back on again until I shut it off. It will not POST.
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post #3132 of 12463
I had that on a Gigabyte board, turned out to be bad ram. But you tried that. jihe reports in post #2950 that he had boards malfunctioning on him with the 54xx xeons installed.
If there is a general reliability problem with the mod that would be important to find out.
post #3133 of 12463
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I had that on a Gigabyte board, turned out to be bad ram. But you tried that. jihe reports in post #2950 that he had boards malfunctioning on him with the 54xx xeons installed.
If there is a general reliability problem with the mod that would be important to find out.

I swapped out RAM Kingston HyperX Blu for cheap Crucial. No difference, bith are DDR3-1333 though. But seriously, KVM, CPU, and RAM only. no LEDs, Drives or extra fans. If it's going to POST, it should at this minimum with the CMOS cleared.
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post #3134 of 12463
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Originally Posted by mpyusko View Post

I swapped out RAM Kingston HyperX Blu for cheap Crucial. No difference, bith are DDR3-1333 though. But seriously, KVM, CPU, and RAM only. no LEDs, Drives or extra fans. If it's going to POST, it should at this minimum with the CMOS cleared.

This is when a POST pci card comes in handy. I can tell you from my experience with at least 2 ASUS 775 motherboards, when the bios is dead, or if it is not happy with the CPU for some reason, it will do this on-off-on-off crap. Only way to know if it is CPU is to swap for any 775 chip you might have.
post #3135 of 12463

Hi, here's my Xeon E5450 oc, I'm not stable at 4.16ghz with 1.40v Vcore & vFSB = 1.23v. if I increase the Vcore it's same BSOD "uncorrectable hardware error"...I need to put 1.37Vcore for 4Ghz...I expected better...I tried to find the max FSB, just same, max 490FSB with vFSB = 1.29v...At 4.16Ghz I can run 3Dmark, the temp climbs to 67-71°C max, I have a H50. Virtualization, C1E, Speedstep is DISABLED.

Weird, the first try, I could put 470x9= 4.23ghz for 1.42v with vFSB = 1.20v. Now I have to put vFSB = 1.23v for 4.16ghz...Maybe something went wrong when I tried to find the max FSB...

Do you think a X5460 would be better to reach 4.2Ghz ? How about the TDP 120W ?
I have a Maximus II Formula.

Thanks in advance for your help smile.gif
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post #3136 of 12463
came across this mod a few weeks back and decided to give it a try with my kid´s setups first:D
already installed two X5470s in their 790i´s and i am deeply impressed how well these CPUs perform OC-wise:


first one is now at 4,04 game-stable with acceptable voltage & temps...going for second:thumb:
thank u guys for sharing this mod!
cheers
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What's the best between E5450 and X5460 to overclock ? Thanks rolleyes.gif
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Hi, here's my Xeon E5450 oc, I'm not stable at 4.16ghz with 1.40v Vcore & vFSB = 1.23v. if I increase the Vcore it's same BSOD "uncorrectable hardware error"...I need to put 1.37Vcore for 4Ghz...I expected better...I tried to find the max FSB, just same, max 490FSB with vFSB = 1.29v...At 4.16Ghz I can run 3Dmark, the temp climbs to 67-71°C max, I have a H50. Virtualization, C1E, Speedstep is DISABLED.

Weird, the first try, I could put 470x9= 4.23ghz for 1.42v with vFSB = 1.20v. Now I have to put vFSB = 1.23v for 4.16ghz...Maybe something went wrong when I tried to find the max FSB...

Do you think a X5460 would be better to reach 4.2Ghz ? How about the TDP 120W ?
I have a Maximus II Formula.

Thanks in advance for your help smile.gif

There is nothing wrong with your CPU. You just don't know how to overclock it.

Did it ever occur to you that your chip is fine and that you are simply doing it wrong?
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It's my first Quad core, I come from a E8400 at 4.6Ghz...I tried step by step but compared to other chips, some can run at 4Ghz for less than 1.37v...
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Did it ever occur to you that your chip is fine and that you are simply doing it wrong?
I'm wondering right now...
If you have some tips I'm wide opened smile.gif
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Eeer, I suggest you be less "wide opened" and avoid bending over, ese.

Try:

CPU PLL Voltage: 1.60V
VTT/VFSB/FSB Termination Voltage: 1.36V
Northbridge Voltage: 1.40V
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GSKILL Trident Extreme Performance Memory F2-88... GSKILL Trident Extreme Performance Memory F2-88... GSKILL Trident Extreme Performance Memory F2-88... Western Digital Caviar Blue 
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Microsoft Comfort Curve Silverstone Strider Gold, 850W Cooler Master Cosmos RC 1000 Microsoft Intelli Mouse 
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Intel® Core™ i7-4770K Processor Asus Maximus VI Hero Palit GameRock NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB GDDR... G.SKILL ARES F3-2400C11Q-32GAB 
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