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Pencil mod, doesn't help. It is same as to put more vcore voltage and the chip just goes hot.
Every time when I change FSB on more than 1333 I cannot boot windows. If I try under that FSB it work fine.
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Originally Posted by Wojton View Post

For stock frequency, you can leave all of those voltages at Auto, check what CPU Voltage is reported in CPU-Z, anywhere between 1,05-1,2V should be fine. I'm running E5450@4,05GHz with only VCore changed from default settings (1,43V), everything else is left on Auto. Only should you encounter any stability issues, some voltage tewaking might be needed.

auto ?..i don't k know about that..a E5300 on auto reports 1,4V in CPU-Z and 1,168V when i set the CPU Vcore to 1,2V in the bios ...auto is definetly retarded and doesn't have a clue what it's doing...auto on my mobo always use 1,4V it doesn't give a rat's ass if the CPU is 65W 120W overclocked or underclocked ,"auto" is lazy for 1,4V why set the Vcore to 1,4V by having to scroll all the way down when you can just leave it on auto..like a generic corporate commercial...tired of scrolling down ?..use Auto
Edited by agablex - 1/7/15 at 12:29am
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Hi, I need an help. I've a ASROCK P5B-DE with a L5420 works fine, now I bought a ASUS p5E3 and it don't boot with L5420 and an X5450, with normal 775 no problem. I've try to update de microcode on bios but same don't post
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Hi, I need an help. I've a ASROCK P5B-DE with a L5420 works fine, now I bought a ASUS p5E3 and it don't boot with L5420 and an X5450, with normal 775 no problem. I've try to update de microcode on bios but same don't post
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It doesn't work because P5E3 has X38 chipset.
Q and X chipset series doesn't work with Xeons 5xxx. Probably this has something to do with those cpus were designed for dual processor servers. However there were confirmations on those chipset working with Xeons 3xxx (workstation \ server with single cpu). So you may try something like X3363 with 771->775 mod, or just go and buy X3360 - native LGA775 Xeon so no mod is needed.
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post #5665 of 10545
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auto ?..i don't k know about that..a E5300 on auto reports 1,4V in CPU-Z and 1,168V when i set the CPU Vcore to 1,2V in the bios ...auto is definetly retarded and doesn't have a clue what it's doing...auto on my mobo always use 1,4V it doesn't give a rat's ass if the CPU is 65W 120W overclocked or underclocked ,"auto" is lazy for 1,4V why set the Vcore to 1,4V by having to scroll all the way down when you can just leave it on auto..like a generic corporate commercial...tired of scrolling down ?..use Auto
I've never said that you should leave it on Auto, I just said that you can. Leaving VTT, PLL, Northbridge and memory voltage on Auto will result in using factory default settings. As for CPU VCore, 1,4V isn't a dangerous voltage, your CPU will consume slightly more energy and generate more heat with it, but nevertheless, it will run on that voltage just fine 24/7. My point was, if you know what voltages should you use for each component and how to set them in BIOS, then of course, you should do that, but otherwise, you can leave them on Auto without a worry.
Edited by Wojton - 1/7/15 at 8:14am
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Exactly what did you expect from budget G31 mobo? It is an office computer motherboard, not designed to overclock.
Blue screens may occur because you are using standard BIOS without Xeon microcodes. Instruction how to mod the BIOS is on the first page of this thread.
ASUS P5ND2-SLI - designed for Pentium 4
Asus Striker Extreme - very old nForce 680 sli chipset that was adapted to run quad core cpus but still it's from Pentium D era
- are you on crack or something kookoo.gif That would be like 625 MHz FSB in BIOS setting and it is impossible unless you are an expert overclocker and plan on using LN2.

lmao yeah this stupid board can't maintain intelburntest stability at stock speeds. The x5450 isn't in it's microcode so I'll need to re-integrate.

Which one of these would contain the x5450 microcode to simplify the process? Since I'm on AMI with MMTOOL. I'm using the ASUS P5KPL-AM EPU 0501.

I wonder if I can just re-integrate the microcode in the 0501 again and use the ASUS BIOS Flash utility which is in the BIOS, I think it's EZ Flash or something. Is that possible or must we use AFUDOS?

One or Both below?

lga771_microcodes.zip 16k .zip file
intelmicrocodelist_v04a.zip 43k .zip file


I was thinking about going with an Intel P45 chipset. I found a ASUS P5Q WS for $69 or offer...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ASUS-P5Q-WS-Socket-775-ATX-Workstation-MotherBoard-Intel-P45-/121503504703?pt=Motherboards&hash=item1c4a2c593f
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lmao yeah this stupid board can't maintain intelburntest stability at stock speeds. The x5450 isn't in it's microcode so I'll need to re-integrate.

Which one of these would contain the x5450 microcode to simplify the process? Since I'm on AMI with MMTOOL. I'm using the ASUS P5KPL-AM EPU 0501.

I wonder if I can just re-integrate the microcode in the 0501 again and use the ASUS BIOS Flash utility which is in the BIOS, I think it's EZ Flash or something. Is that possible or must we use AFUDOS?

One or Both below?

lga771_microcodes.zip 16k .zip file
intelmicrocodelist_v04a.zip 43k .zip file


I was thinking about going with an Intel P45 chipset. I found a ASUS P5Q WS for $69 or offer...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ASUS-P5Q-WS-Socket-775-ATX-Workstation-MotherBoard-Intel-P45-/121503504703?pt=Motherboards&hash=item1c4a2c593f

I believe you will need just the 771 file if you are going to use the Xeon processors, the full intel code list is huge and is meant to hunt down other processors not in that 771 list

Broken PCI slot?!?! How the f?!?! I don't think I'd trust the rest of the board if its had enough force to bust a PCI slot on it, myself
Edited by AllGo'N'Show - 1/7/15 at 10:53am
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I believe you will need just the 771 file if you are going to use the Xeon processors, the full intel code list is huge and is meant to hunt down other processors not in that 771 list

Broken PCI slot?!?! How the f?!?! I don't think I'd trust the rest of the board if its had enough force to bust a PCI slot on it, myself

So say I had a Dell Optiplex gx280 with a 2.8ghz p4 lga775 and i bought the 3.8ghz 571j pentium 4... can i add the micro code to that bios? It posts just says cpu incompatible... I'll try it.

Just successfully updated microcode on P5KPL-AM EPU, no more update bios message. System still will not pass Intelburntest.

It passes once at 37GFlop/s then says "System Unstable". I see cpu at 68C, but the cores are at 55C each on the X5450...

Should crank volts in bios and leave at stock?

Just ran Windows Memory Diagnostic - 2 run - Standard - passed.

Running 1 stick of 2gb ddr2-800 and a stick of 1gb ddr2-800...

Can't pass a stress test but games fine...

I'm using this cooler... I modified the bracket but the bracket is metal and its sitting on the board without anything preventing contact...




Edited by chris89 - 1/7/15 at 6:52pm
post #5669 of 10545
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Originally Posted by Wojton View Post

I've never said that you should leave it on Auto, I just said that you can. Leaving VTT, PLL, Northbridge and memory voltage on Auto will result in using factory default settings. As for CPU VCore, 1,4V isn't a dangerous voltage, your CPU will consume slightly more energy and generate more heat with it, but nevertheless, it will run on that voltage just fine 24/7. My point was, if you know what voltages should you use for each component and how to set them in BIOS, then of course, you should do that, but otherwise, you can leave them on Auto without a worry.

i know i did understand you clearly ..did i sound mad or something ?..a little ?...lol..i was just humorously ranting extracting and milking the humor out of that problem...yes of course i think even if i set the Vcore to 1,4V manually CPU-Z would probably report 1,26V or something for the E5450 at stock ..an overclocked E5300 to 3,4GHZ at full load reports the same ..sometimes less...would you even consider a E5300 at 3,4GHZ a 65W CPU anymore ?..if yes then at what clock does it stop being so ? ..my point is that setting the voltage manually even up to 1,4V is more auto than dumbass auto/1,4v .lol poor auto the devil in disguise i mean 1,4V in disguise..i know 1,4V is still safe i just find it funny how auto doesn't actually work (at least on my mobo) that's the bottom line
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Anyone tried on a intel extreme dp45sg mobo it a p45 buid be FOXXCON ?


Yea this board can overclock.... He has extreme in the name.... still it crap...
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