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This would be perfect for my old Xeon 3060 system! It's a LGA775 Xeon now, but has seen better days. The chip is pretty degraded from having such a high overclock for so many years and isn't too stable anymore. I would totally risk $40 to bring it back to life.
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I'd say your doing well with this OC. It is basically a higher binned Q9550 variant. Most Q9550's had trouble hitting 4ghz depending on your motherboard. See if you can work your Vcore down to say 1.325v or less. I noticed your memory timings were a touch off. I'm not sure what memory your using but it should handle 5-5-5-15 timings as those would be more optimal. My OCZ DDR2-800 could overclock to 1020mhz on 5's and 15 timings with 2.1v so work on lowering that.

If your on H'20 you may hit 4.1-4.2ghz under 1.4v but If I were you I'd be content with where your at smile.gif Believe it or not at that speed your contending with an i7 940 at stock speed...they are no slouch. Good luck

I still need to work on stability. I did some gaming yesterday, world of tanks, as well as mining overnight and until now no stability issues but when I run Prime one or two cores fail within about 10 min.

My ram is Corsair Dominator 1066 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145197.

It is good for 1066 @ 5-5-5-15 @ 2.1v but for the time being I am not touching it as I want to find the FSB wall with this combination.


I agree that this CPU is still fine at these speeds but this is OCN, so always max it smile.gif



Edit: the speeds I can keep it at is ~ 3.8 ghz and not 4.0 as in the validation.
Edited by Deni - 12/17/13 at 1:23am
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I still need to work on stability. I did some gaming yesterday, world of tanks, as well as mining overnight and until now no stability issues but when I run Prime one or two cores fail within about 10 min.

My ram is Corsair Dominator 1066 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145197.

It is good for 1066 @ 5-5-5-15 @ 2.1v but for the time being I am not touching it as I want to find the FSB wall with this combination.


I agree that this CPU is still fine at these speeds but this is OCN, so always max it smile.gif



Edit: the speeds I can keep it at is ~ 3.8 ghz and not 4.0 as in the validation.


If you have Vref lanes try tweaking lane #2...or whichever lane your board uses for address...on my board it is mandatory while overclocking. I will BSOD without the right adjustments...for me lane 2 is for address of die 0-1. On a 425 FSB +40mv is the min. I can stay stable with. If your not familiar with (GTL Vref) lanes then I recommend you do some homework on it...very useful for tweaking stability on higher FSB applications. It's also been know to keep your Vcore lower if tweaked right.

Good luck!!

Edit: Also your memory is good for 1100mhz at the timings i noted....so unless you can reach a 550FSB I would't worry about it
Edited by davtylica - 12/17/13 at 1:57am
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Ive got 2 Xeon E5430 (E0) for 65$(shipping included) from UK, and i got Xeon X5260(E0, 3.33ghz dualcore) for 23$(ship.inclu.) from Chisa(today it says Shipped biggrin.gif ).

On the other hand, iam seeing some good options for Xeon X5460, but i dont want to spend my money biggrin.gif.

Boards that ive got:
ASUS P5K Deluxe Wifi/Ap
ASUS P5Q3 (ddr3)

I think it is going to be good winter, maybe i get one from stronger X5460/70 series, but, **** it...tongue.gif

My mind is trying to find DFI P45/X48 T2RS/T3RS, the green ones(LP). But that is hard to find, and i remember having them long time ago, as Maximus II Formula, P5Q-Deluxe, P5E3... frown.gif.
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HP Benicia Board G33/G31 W/ L5420

1067A-xeon-latest-ben5.43.zip 703k .zip file
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HP Benicia Board G33/G31 W/ L5420

1067A-xeon-latest-ben5.43.zip 703k .zip file

That's a lot of Mhz biggrin.gif
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I know a few guys here are using the ASRock G41C-GS board. There is an OFFICIAL BIOS release today (17 DEC 13) version 1.40. stating that it updates the audio code.

http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/G41C-GS/?cat=Download&os=BIOS
Edited by doyet - 12/17/13 at 7:49am
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Please add the Asus P5K (vanilla) to the compatibility list.
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have an Asus p5kpl-am epu motherboard , trying x5450 but revision E, (the new one) need the microcode for that cpu into bios. anyone have one ? Boots up with

some unexpected shutdown , show needs bios upgrade when turning on. Bios 0501 newest one but missing the xeon info. , not sure how to use mmtool. I figured it

out and works great now. shutdown could have being due to heatsink not on properly, overheating, cheap plastic clips for securing. Success.smile.gif
Edited by cyclist276 - 12/17/13 at 2:43pm
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I bought a system on ebay with a GA-EP45T-UD3LR motherboard and the Xeon E5430 was recognized first try without any microcode updates. thumb.gif I have done a video youtube of the ASUS P5E fun I had. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzaQ4VRrXCU I found that a generic Intel G41 board worked correctly without BIOS microcode updates also. Once I get the 16GB of memory for the new board I will do some more testing and benchmarking / overclocking with the chip and see what all I can get out of it. biggrin.gif
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