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in bios option (ACPI APIC support - Disabled) I get booted from a live cd




normal ??
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In the video, just before going into the bios :
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Ily also has a temperature problem for the processor, 61 ° in the bios !!!
It's alot too hot.
Revise the binding of cooling on the CPU, can eter improperly installed ???

When the processor reaches 85 °, the computer stops automatically, as in the video.

No it doesn't stop at 85C. The THERMTRIP# signal (a stop signal) on E5450 is activated somewhere above 100C. 85 is a Tj max - a temperature at which cpu will send PROCHOT# signal and reduce voltage / frequency in order to cool down.
It is true that 60C as in the video is a bit too much, but it shouldn't cause those resets as the author had thermal monitoring (cpu TM) disabled at first. Onboard thermal sensor gets wrong readings, I've seen this couple of times on some p5k mobos. Sometimes reseting BIOS with a jumper + battery helps.
My bet would be weak or faulty PSU. Also author should try to install fresh OS instead of using that preinstalled crap from USB.
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in bios option (ACPI APIC support - Disabled) I get booted from a live cd




normal ??

Go to start>run>msconfig>Boot>Advanced options>Number of processors and either uncheck or make sure the correct amount of procs is checked.
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4GHz 1066DDR2 4 Hours stable now in Prime95 Blend:



VTT 1.22
MCH 1.2
DDR 2.1

All the reference voltages are now scaled automatically to VTT and DDR now, instead of "Normal". Not sure if under "Normal", they scaled but I have much better stability now explicitly initializing them.

Next: 8Hr+ Blend

I'm surprised you need that much voltage to run the x5470 at 4ghz.

I only bumped 4 bios settings one or 2 notches higher than stock for the x5470 to hit 4ghz rock solid stable with setup below. Ran prime and ibt for a few days each with temps never hitting 70c. 16gb of kingston value ram at 800mhz & 1.8v.
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I'm surprised you need that much voltage to run the x5470 at 4ghz.

I only bumped 4 bios settings one or 2 notches higher than stock for the x5470 to hit 4ghz rock solid stable with setup below. Ran prime and ibt for a few days each with temps never hitting 70c. 16gb of kingston value ram at 800mhz & 1.8v.

My VID is 1.275. That's the voltage I have to work with if I want to keep c-states on idle. I'm not surprised that 800Mhz RAM is more stable for you. My RAM is 1066MHz, thus the DDR is at 2.1. What is your Performance Level (tRD) set to? This allows better latency on your memory and provides a nice bump in memory performance.
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My VID is 1.275. That's the voltage I have to work with if I want to keep c-states on idle. I'm not surprised that 800Mhz RAM is more stable for you. My RAM is 1066MHz, thus the DDR is at 2.1. What is your Performance Level (tRD) set to? This allows better latency on your memory and provides a nice bump in memory performance.

All settings for cpu and ram are default except for cpu voltage, fsb term voltage, northbridge voltage, and cpu pll voltage. All 4 of those settings are 1 or 2 notches above stock for full 24/7 stability. When I tried to tighten up ram timings etc. for what seemed to me negligible performance increases, mem test or prime would fail at some point. Never made it to ibt testing with tighter ram timings. The kingston value ram sticks don't seem to be made to run much quicker than default.

I used 4 x 2gb modules of gskill high performance ram for testing and I could get the xeon up to around 4.5 - 5.25 or so stable, but the overall system performance didn't seem to "feel" as quick as using the 16gb set. It swapped to disk a lot more according to performance monitor. Of course the whole system ran quite a bit warmer above 4.2ghz.
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Installed my E5450 tonight on an Asus P5QPL-AM and I was delighted to see it POST fine on the latest BIOS. Unfortunately found that the board was sold to me with some damage on the corner near the SATA ports. Thus, none of my SATA devices are detected. That's what happens when you roll the dice with ebay hardware. rolleyes.gif

Unless you guys have some tips, I'm just going to start searching for another board.

Pics of the damage. I can see several lanes are severed in this area:
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Originally Posted by SPARTAN VI View Post

Installed my E5450 tonight on an Asus P5QPL-AM and I was delighted to see it POST fine on the latest BIOS. Unfortunately found that the board was sold to me with some damage on the corner near the SATA ports. Thus, none of my SATA devices are detected. That's what happens when you roll the dice with ebay hardware. rolleyes.gif

Unless you guys have some tips, I'm just going to start searching for another board.

Pics of the damage. I can see several lanes are severed in this area:

This sucks but not the the end of world. Just get a pcie sata iii card for like 25 bucks and you are good to go. Just make sure you get one that lets you boot off of it.
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I have MSI P43 Neo-F (MS-7519 ver 1.0) and Xeon E5440 SLBBM (revision E0). System does not start.
CPU verified with GA-EP43T-UD3L rev.1.0 , all works OK.
MS-7519 works OK with Core2Duo E6600.
I have flashed BIOS from different sites (MSI P43 Neo, without "-F"). But Xeon did not recognized.
No beeps, no signal monitor. Coolers works without stopping
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Hi everybody

I did the mod on my old p5kpl am se with e5405 and I can't boot from any driver, be it a HD or Cd/dvd reader. I didn't update the microcode as the article say so I wonder if this has something to do or just to go away with that message: "to unleash this cpu's full power, please perform BIOS update process".
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