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hello. I Asus P5Q Delux + Xeon X5450. help to make it to the mod bios?
I wrote To unleash this CPU's full power, please perform bios updatehttp://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket775/P5Q_Deluxe/P5Q-ASUS-DELUXE-2301.zip
I myself from Belarus, writing through an interpreter.
thank you.
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I have an Asus p5q-deluxe mobo and Xeon X5450. Every time I turn on the pc appears the message: "to unleash this cpu full power please perform bios update process" . Can anyone add the microcodes to modify the bios??
http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket775/P5Q_Deluxe/P5Q-ASUS-DELUXE-2301.zip
Edited by artemby1 - 12/13/13 at 12:21am
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Originally Posted by artemby1 View Post

I have an Asus p5q-deluxe mobo and Xeon X5450. Every time I turn on the pc appears the message: "to unleash this cpu full power please perform bios update process" . Can anyone add the microcodes to modify the bios?
Here you go: p5q-asus-deluxe-2301_xeon.zip 1167k .zip file

Or you can do it by yourself using attached microcodes and MMTOOL to insert them into the BIOS image:
lga771_microcodes.zip 16k .zip file
MMTOOL3.26.zip 156k .zip file
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let us know if it works

Works perfectly, Thanks again!


The physics rating in 3d mark 11 has increased about 100 points. In passmark increases a little too. The most important is that finally the message in bios doesn`t appears thumb.gif
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class thanks
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So is there any guide yet on how to add the microcodes? I know a few people were kind enough to PM me BIOS's a while back, but I have yet to find out if any of them would for sure work or not (can't risk bricking my board). Sigh. Not sure if SSE4 is really worth all this headache since it does work fine.
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Got it, do you know the bios version used and if you used ket's beta or final mod?
Both are BIOS version 2102. Ket's BIOS is the very last one he release titled "P5Q Series 5th Anniversary (BETA!)" Here's the attached doc for those that want to see what he did to the BIOS:
Readme.txt 1k .txt file
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So is there any guide yet on how to add the microcodes? I know a few people were kind enough to PM me BIOS's a while back, but I have yet to find out if any of them would for sure work or not (can't risk bricking my board). Sigh. Not sure if SSE4 is really worth all this headache since it does work fine.
There is at least one BIOS modding guide on this site, I read up on it before modding mine.
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I have a question for you all. Is anyone interested in starting a lga 771 mod club gaming circle? I currently have a myriad of games I am playing on both machines.

At this time the list is Battlefield Series, Leauge of Legends, World of Tanks, World of Warplanes, War Thunder, Quake Live and Quake 2 to name a few of the titles currently being run.

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[HOW-TO] Updating the CPU Microcodes (AMI/Award)

Just for reference. Skip it if you don't want to dive deep (Click to show)
Here is a guide how to obtain the microcodes from the Intel website.
http://donovan6000.blogspot.ru/2013/06/insyde-bios-modding-cpu-microcodes.html

BTW, there broken link to the microdecode tool, so i have to attached it.
microdecode.zip 17k .zip file

So, there are two different ways, depends on your BIOS type (Award or AMI):

How to update cpucodes in the Award BIOS: (Click to show)
  1. Create a blank file "ncpucode.bin"
    Code:
    type NUL > NCPUCODE.BIN
    
  2. Extract the existing cpucodes from the BIOS image:
    Code:
    cbrom195.exe BIOS.BIN /nc_cpucode NCPUCODE.BIN
    
  3. Merge existing and the new cpucodes:
    Code:
    copy /b ncpucode.bin + cpu00010676_plat00000004_ver0000060f_date20100929.bin + cpu00010676_plat00000040_ver0000060f_date20100929.bin + cpu0001067a_plat00000044_ver00000a0b_date20100928.bin ncpucode.bin
    
  4. Make it "read-only" to prevent from deletion after the update is complete:
    Code:
    attrib +R ncpucode.bin
    
  5. Update the BIOS image with the new cpucodes:
    Code:
    cbrom195.exe BIOS.BIN /nc_cpucode NCPUCODE.BIN
    
  6. Double check that cpucodes have been added:
    Code:
    intelmicrocodelist.exe BIOS.BIN
    
    At the end of the output you should find the following lines:
    Code:
    CPUID=10676 UpdateRev=60F 2010/09/29 Checksum=8FE1A243 PlatformID=2
    CPUID=10676 UpdateRev=60F 2010/09/29 Checksum=8FE1A207 PlatformID=6
    CPUID=1067A UpdateRev=A0B 2010/09/28 Checksum=B007E7B0 PlatformID=2,6
    
    Also, you may use cbrom to ensure that cpucodes have been successfully added:
    Code:
    cbrom195.exe BIOS.BIN /D
    
  7. Now flash modified BIOS image and you're done!
How to update cpucodes in the AMI BIOS: (Click to show)
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  1. Open the ROM file with MMTOOL
  2. Choose the "CPU PATH" tab
  3. Browse for the cpucode (*.bin) files and insert it one by one.
  4. Save the modified image
  5. Flash it and you're done!

A slightly easier compared to the Award way, don't you think? wink.gif

lga771_microcodes.zip 16k .zip file
CBROM195.zip 84k .zip file
intelmicrocodelist_v04a.zip 43k .zip file
MMTool_322_1B_21Fix.zip 150k .zip file
Edited by 000000 - 1/8/14 at 6:51am
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Just made my first attempts with a MSI - G41-P33 Combo Board + Xeon 5130.

First I tried with the current BIOS, and it did not post. Fans sped up and got no RAM beeps. I assumed this was maybe because of the BIOS. I flashed to current BIOS and got the same symptoms. Then I tried replacing the sticker, and got the same thing.

When other people failed the first time, what symptoms did they get? A similar thing with black screen, no post, no beeps? What about fan speeds for you guys? My heatsink wasn't all the way seated for testing, but 2/4 screws were in.

I tried a second sticker, and it looks like my sticker seating was near perfect. Could it be that the CPU is not making contact with all the pins? I will try to get a nail file at lunch and try to file down the socket safeties even more.
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