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Here's the full lowdown on my reluctant-to-overclock-far system:

Motherboard: P5B Deluxe/WiFi-AP
BIOS 1238 (Beta) with latest microcodes for 775 and 771

Processor: E5450 E0 Stepping

CPU Frequency / Multiplier: 3.60 GHz / 9

Memory: 2 x 2GB Buffalo Firestix rated 1066 5-5-5-15 at 2.1v, set to 800 4-4-4-12 at 2.1v

BIOS settings:

Advanced / Jumperfree Configuration

AI Tuning [Manual]
CPU Frequency [400] “FSB” (100-650)
DRAM Frequency [DDR2-800MHz] FSB:DRAM ratio of 1:1
PCI Express Frequency [101] Prevents PCI frequency from changing with “FSB”, 101 selected for known issue if set to 100 or auto, that wrecks graphics performance
PCI Clock Synchronisation Mode [33.33MHz]
Spread Spectrum [Disabled]
Memory Voltage [2.10V]
CPU Vcore Voltage [1.3625V]
FSB Termination Voltage [1.4V] Options are [1.200V] [1.300V] [1.400V] [1.450V]
NB Vcore [1.45] Options are [1.25V] [1.45V] [1.55V] [1.65V]
SB Vcore (SATA, PCIE) [1.60V] Options are [1.50V] [1.60V] [1.70V] [1.80V]
ICH Chipset Voltage [Auto] Options are [1.057V] [1.215V]


Advanced / CPU Configuration

CPU Ratio Setting [Auto] (change of CPU multiplier option)
C1E Support [Enabled]
Max CPUID Value Limit [Disabled]
Vanderpool Technology [Disabled]
CPU TM function [Enabled]
Execute Disable Bit [Enabled]
Intel® Speedstep Tech. [Enabled]


Advanced / Chipset / North Bridge

Memory Remap Feature [Enabled]
Configure DRAM Timing by SPD [Disabled]
DRAM CAS# Latency [4]
DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay [4]
DRAM RAS# Precharge [4]
DRAM RAS# Activate to Precha [12]
DRAM Write Recovery Time [5]
DRAM TRFC [35] Critical for stability it appears, this is the absolute lowest it wants to be when overclocking the CPU. The only higher setting on this board is [42]
DRAM TRRD [10]
Rank Write to Read Delay [10]
Read to Precharge Delay [10]
Write to Precharge Delay [10]
Static Read Control [Auto]

Current performance:


Edited by Rich22 - 6/7/16 at 5:47pm
    
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Originally Posted by schuck6566 View Post

The P5K1201.zip Rev posted just above us is the same file I ran across when looking for 1 for ya.
EDIT: MISTAKE ON MY PART!!!!! responding to post by darthdevil! Was just re-reading post and noticed my screw up! HOPE I didn't mess ya up even more!!!redface.gif
post #9723 of 12465
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I finally got around to downloading that file and when I looked at the text file it indicated it was for a 680i bios instead of 650i and no indication if it was for BFG. Is this one OK to use?
IGNORE my comment about the p5k1201!!! I posted a response to wrong person, and just realized when re-reading the comments! Plz forgive any issues,and I HOPE I didn't cause more problems then U were already having!redface.gif
post #9724 of 12465
Just wondering if anybody knew the answer to this. If a motherboard is listed as having a max FSB of 1333, would that mean it would be unable to accept a CPU running at 400 bus frequency? Such as the native bus freq for the X5492/5482 (400 base).

The reason I ask is because I was planning to go for a 5450 or 5430, and BSEL mod it from 333 mhz to 400 mhz. However I'm worried that the board would be unable to accept it, making it a wasted effort.

Examples of boards from http://www.delidded.com/lga-771-to-775-adapter/3/ are

1) Abit IP35-E (Max FSB 1333)
2) Dell Inspiron 530/530 (Max FSB also 1333)

I haven't yet put together my planned build, but I want to make sure I'm picking parts that would work for my intentions

Thanks
post #9725 of 12465
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Originally Posted by 775Goober View Post

Just wondering if anybody knew the answer to this. If a motherboard is listed as having a max FSB of 1333, would that mean it would be unable to accept a CPU running at 400 bus frequency? Such as the native bus freq for the X5492/5482 (400 base).

The reason I ask is because I was planning to go for a 5450 or 5430, and BSEL mod it from 333 mhz to 400 mhz. However I'm worried that the board would be unable to accept it, making it a wasted effort.

Examples of boards from http://www.delidded.com/lga-771-to-775-adapter/3/ are

1) Abit IP35-E (Max FSB 1333)
2) Dell Inspiron 530/530 (Max FSB also 1333)

I haven't yet put together my planned build, but I want to make sure I'm picking parts that would work for my intentions

Thanks

the abit board will overclock well above 1333. You dont need to bsel mod it for 1600. Just go in bios and up the fsb clock. That board will do about 1800 with a quad.
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I was using it as an example, but I was looking at Dell motherboards which are unable to overclock. For them the only option was BSEL, and I wanted to know if i could BSEL to 400mhz
post #9727 of 12465
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I was using it as an example, but I was looking at Dell motherboards which are unable to overclock. For them the only option was BSEL, and I wanted to know if i could BSEL to 400mhz

doubt; i dont think the p35 chipset supported official out the box 1600 support iirc
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Do you know where i can find a list of chipsets compatable with 1600 mhz?
post #9729 of 12465
Hi everyone!

I'm a bit unexperienced with these mods things and I sticked a modded xeon from ebay on a P5QL SE which by the way works fine except it complainds about upgrading the bios during the boot.
Is there any chance you can give me some "pointers" on how to sort this?
I really like this new CPU but that boot screen is becoming very anoying and useless.

Thank you all for your attention and in davance for the ones where your almighty knowledge that will save my @ss.

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P. S. : I think I started an unneded new thread about this missclicking the wrong button and only realized AFTER has been posted.. have to write an email to the Admins appologising and asking for help deleting it... axesmiley.png
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Originally Posted by Muffin Fairy View Post

Hi everyone!

I'm a bit unexperienced with these mods things and I sticked a modded xeon from ebay on a P5QL SE which by the way works fine except it complainds about upgrading the bios during the boot.
Is there any chance you can give me some "pointers" on how to sort this?
I really like this new CPU but that boot screen is becoming very anoying and useless.

Thank you all for your attention and in davance for the ones where your almighty knowledge that will save my @ss.

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P. S. : I think I started an unneded new thread about this missclicking the wrong button and only realized AFTER has been posted.. have to write an email to the Admins appologising and asking for help deleting it... axesmiley.png
You need to upgrade your BIOS with one that has been modded to include the Xeon microcodes.

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