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According to Delidded your board supports CPUs up to 105 watts. E540 tested and works. Attached modded BIOS.
G31M-GSR2.0.zip 377k .zip file
Thank you so much for the help, I'll try as soon as possible if it works. thumb.gif
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Don't know if it will help, but heres some comments from other forums with same issue. When you load BIOS/UEFI defaults, the drive in the first SATA channel is selected as default. This is why it is always recommended to have your boot/system drive at the first SATA channel. This is also not isolated to ASUS boards. All motherboards do this:)

As for update incompatibility, it's also not a matter of ASUS but Intel's large drive support. When Intel added the support it required their new driver to be loaded which of course for existing installations it requires the driver to be loaded first.
There is no way around this or any way to make it work differently other than not to offer the extra functionality at all. Perhaps it should be better worded though that the driver should be updated first:) Fixed by accident. Changed Storage Configuration for SATA from enhanced to compatible. Dont know why it worked.
https://rog.asus.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-36543.html I know it's not a rampage, but same issue with eflash updater may have similar solution. Also, make sure the usb/cd/dvd/you flashed from are removed.It may be trying to boot from it. I had USB boot enabled from my Win10 installation, when I flashed from usb, I left it in and the system tried booting from it.No OS was there so it gave the curser while looking for an OS.rolleyes.gif

Thank you schuck6566 for your reply.

I do have the primary drive (a Samsung Evo 120 Gb SSD) attached to the first Serial ATA connector on the mobo. Also tryied changing storage config. from enhanced to compatible but I haven't been lucky, system halts with this annoying white blinking cursor over the black background wink.gif

There's no USB drive attached while booting, so I guess I'll have to play around with it for a while wink.gif

The guy who I bought this Xeon (L5335) from told me he finally got it to work on a BIOS which was similar -but not the one inteded for- to his computer's; as a result he lost onboard LAN and had to get an additional PCIe ethernet card. When I have time, I'll try bios similar to mine's (mine is from an ASUS p5kpl/1600) like Asus p5kpl-SE or p5kpl-CM ...

I would like to know, though, which is the single microcode file for my Xeon (L5335) cause every time I patch a BIOS file I have to add 10 distinct microcode files...

Kind regards wink.gif
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Thank you schuck6566 for your reply.

I do have the primary drive (a Samsung Evo 120 Gb SSD) attached to the first Serial ATA connector on the mobo. Also tryied changing storage config. from enhanced to compatible but I haven't been lucky, system halts with this annoying white blinking cursor over the black background wink.gif

There's no USB drive attached while booting, so I guess I'll have to play around with it for a while wink.gif

The guy who I bought this Xeon (L5335) from told me he finally got it to work on a BIOS which was similar -but not the one inteded for- to his computer's; as a result he lost onboard LAN and had to get an additional PCIe ethernet card. When I have time, I'll try bios similar to mine's (mine is from an ASUS p5kpl/1600) like Asus p5kpl-SE or p5kpl-CM ...

I would like to know, though, which is the single microcode file for my Xeon (L5335) cause every time I patch a BIOS file I have to add 10 distinct microcode files...

Kind regards wink.gif
In the micro codes folder from delidded Downloads\lga-771-microcodes(1)\lga 771 microcodes\65nm the last 2 codes are for your processor.cpu000006fb_plat00000040_ver000000bc_date20101003.bin & cpu000006fb_plat00000004_ver000000bc_date20101003.bin as near as I can determine. smile.gif There are only 4 microcodes for the 65nm socket 771 cpu's which should help narrow it down for U abit anyhow. here's some info on your L5335 if you want it. http://www.cpu-world.com/sspec/SL/SLAEN.html
Edited by schuck6566 - 6/12/16 at 11:44am
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In the micro codes folder from delidded Downloads\lga-771-microcodes(1)\lga 771 microcodes\65nm the last 2 codes are for your processor.cpu000006fb_plat00000040_ver000000bc_date20101003.bin & cpu000006fb_plat00000004_ver000000bc_date20101003.bin as near as I can determine. smile.gif There are only 4 microcodes for the 65nm socket 771 cpu's which should help narrow it down for U abit anyhow. here's some info on your L5335 if you want it. http://www.cpu-world.com/sspec/SL/SLAEN.html

Thanks for all your help,

If I finally manage to get this processor working on my Asus p5kpl/1600 mobo, I'll post the modified BIOS here wink.gif

Kind regards,

Manel (beltrixx)
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Ok. I think I've worked out how to update microcodes - for Award BIOS anyway.
Wanted to have a crack with F9 on my UD3P but couldn't find a modded version of this one.
Followed instructions from Delidded, PC boots okay, recognises X5470, lists BIOS as F9 and no messages about upgrading to the latest BIOS etc - so I must be a success.
Whoopeee . . .
     
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After it was universally agreed that my E5450 should be able to run at less than 1.3625Vcore when overclocked to 3.6GHz, I've tried lowering it...

1.3 crash right out of Windows running Prime blend, screen freeze
1.3125 ditto, except I turned back on auto restart
1.325 Prime blend crashed after about 40 minutes but didn't take out windows, just stopped responding
1.3375 Prime blend 30 mins and counting

At least it runs cool- it's pretty warm in here right now , and core temps vary between 46-56, averaging 48/49 (as measured over the prime run so far). Just realised that the fans are only set to 70% too.....

EDIT: By the way, with Vcore at 1.325 it droops as low as 1.248.
At 1.3375 it droops to 1.264

VID is listed at 1.25
Edited by Rich22 - 6/13/16 at 11:23am
    
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After it was universally agreed that my E5450 should be able to run at less than 1.3625Vcore when overclocked to 3.6GHz, I've tried lowering it...

1.3 crash right out of Windows running Prime blend, screen freeze
1.3125 ditto, except I turned back on auto restart
1.325 Prime blend crashed after about 40 minutes but didn't take out windows, just stopped responding
1.3375 Prime blend 30 mins and counting

At least it runs cool- it's pretty warm in here right now , and core temps vary between 46-56, averaging 48/49 (as measured over the prime run so far). Just realised that the fans are only set to 70% too.....

EDIT: By the way, with Vcore at 1.325 it droops as low as 1.248.
At 1.3375 it droops to 1.264

VID is listed at 1.25

This is just because of Vdroop, like i had said earlier in the thread somewhere. Some boards handle it fine, others, such as yours, have massive vdroop. You are running 3.6GHz at 1.264V. 1.3375V BIOS. I tried to explain this, but everyone just piped in and said otherwise, that you are giving it too much voltage...so I just left it at that.
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This is just because of Vdroop, like i had said earlier in the thread somewhere. Some boards handle it fine, others, such as yours, have massive vdroop. You are running 3.6GHz at 1.264V. 1.3375V BIOS. I tried to explain this, but everyone just piped in and said otherwise, that you are giving it too much voltage...so I just left it at that.

You're right, the CPU is hardly getting a ton of voltage is it. Under normal (heavy) workloads, plus folding 24/7, the Vcore isn't so low, but always have to prepare it for when it drops the worst. I'm hardly going to hurt it at this voltage am I! Haha
    
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That's taken a few hours into a Prime95 blend run, so HWinfo has only been running with that open. It shows the core max/min/average temps and all the voltages. Idle core temps are reported around 6 degrees above ambient.

BTW: Vdroop is actually not so severe as it was on my old off-brand PSU which only had a 4 pin cpu connector.

EDIT: Here's the complete temp data, taken from 2 hours of a Prime95 blend run, fans erroneously left at about 70% in BIOS.


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Hey Guys,
i cant modify my BIOS from my Asrock. The MM-Tool say i dont have enough space.
Can anybody do that for me ?

I bough a Xeon E5410 and i have a Asrock 4core/1330 full HD. It will be nice if my C2D E8200 works too.


http://www.asrock.com/mb/ATI/4Core1333-FullHD/

I hope you can help me.
Edited by Ellenberg - 6/13/16 at 1:25pm
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