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I'll try it when I get a chance.


KenS,

In my case it was nothing but RAM and RAM alone. Try to obtain as much compatible RAM sticks as you can find in your environment and then experiment. Put one, put two, mix different speeds and different voltages if possible, fill all the slots, take one out.. and so on. Reset CMOS to make all settings auto before proceeding.

I can almost promise that bios will soon find a common denominator. Usually the slowest are the most compatible.
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KenS,

In my case it was nothing but RAM and RAM alone. Try to obtain as much compatible RAM sticks as you can find in your environment and then experiment. Put one, put two, mix different speeds and different voltages if possible, fill all the slots, take one out.. and so on. Reset CMOS to make all settings auto before proceeding.

I can almost promise that bios will soon find a common denominator. Usually the slowest are the most compatible.

I have to say S775 boards seem very picky with memory.
Every time I have changed my memory around it has required a reset and reintroduction of the sticks one at a time to get them recognised - sometimes swapping them around as you say.
Just casting my mind back to the last time It could indeed account for a blank screen and no boot???
     
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I have a DIG43L-EUP motherboard from a salvaged Gateway PC that I've successfully flashed with a modified bios and currently have an X3323 running moothly on it. I also have both an E5272 and an X5472 but when I try to use them, the board starts up for a second and then turns off with an audible click (which I think is a relay inside the PSU or something), then tries to reboot and continues this cycle until I pull the cable from the PSU. From what I can tell, the CPUIDs for the X3323, E5472, and X5472 are all the same. Does anyone know of a fix for the boot loop issue or am I stuck settling with the X3323?
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I have a DIG43L-EUP motherboard from a salvaged Gateway PC that I've successfully flashed with a modified bios and currently have an X3323 running moothly on it. I also have both an E5272 and an X5472 but when I try to use them, the board starts up for a second and then turns off with an audible click (which I think is a relay inside the PSU or something), then tries to reboot and continues this cycle until I pull the cable from the PSU. From what I can tell, the CPUIDs for the X3323, E5472, and X5472 are all the same. Does anyone know of a fix for the boot loop issue or am I stuck settling with the X3323?

X3323 has a 1333 FSB, the other two run at 1600 - board probably doesn't support 1600? G43 chipset seems to support all 1333 Xeons so best and cheapest option probably 80W E5450 - not sure of max TDP so it might not run to 120W X5460 or X5470?
Edited by Revhead - 6/29/16 at 2:26pm
     
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X3323 has a 1333 FSB, the other two run at 1600 - board probably doesn't support 1600?

Ahh, that would explain it! I'll take a look at some 1333 Xeons and put these 1600s back on eBay. biggrin.gif Thank you for your help.
post #9866 of 12463
Well I tried the following:

- removed everything except video card, ram and cpu/heat sink
- reseated the video card
- reseated the 24 pin motherboard power cable
- reset cmos countless times
- tried different sticks of ram combinations - I have 4 1gb sticks

still would power on but blank screen.

I then looked at the socket and thought a pin was slightly bent so I carefully straightened it. I then put the Xeon back in, secured the heat sink (which is a pain the the ass cuz it is not the stock one). Then reset cmos, still have everything disconnected except video card and 1 stick of ram. Now it powers on for a second and then turns off. The weird thing is that if I disconnect the 4 pin cable for the cpu power it will stay running but with nothing on the screen of course. The power supply is only about a month old and is 875 watts.

This really sucks!!
post #9867 of 12463
The Xeon X5450 and E5450 processors I ordered finally turned up in the mail.
And the X5450 has turned out to be FREAKIN' AWESOME, ended up finding a nice overclock of 3.6GHz at 1.2125V and it fetches a Cinebench R15 score of 391.
I'm actually shocked at how much better it is than my X5460, which cost an extra $20 and wasn't a very good overclocking chip.
Be testin' the E5450 later.
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Well I tried the following:

- removed everything except video card, ram and cpu/heat sink
- reseated the video card
- reseated the 24 pin motherboard power cable
- reset cmos countless times
- tried different sticks of ram combinations - I have 4 1gb sticks

still would power on but blank screen.

I then looked at the socket and thought a pin was slightly bent so I carefully straightened it. I then put the Xeon back in, secured the heat sink (which is a pain the the ass cuz it is not the stock one). Then reset cmos, still have everything disconnected except video card and 1 stick of ram. Now it powers on for a second and then turns off. The weird thing is that if I disconnect the 4 pin cable for the cpu power it will stay running but with nothing on the screen of course. The power supply is only about a month old and is 875 watts.

This really sucks!!

Try different power supply.

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Thinking about this some more.
When you fitted new processor did you remove board from case?
If so you might have a short.
You might have to remove it again and then put it all back together.
You could even try starting it outside the case.

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I saw that in a different forum thread and no I didn't take it out of the case yet. I guess that will be my next step (after the 4th). This "simple" upgrade is turning into a real hassle. mad.gif
Edited by KenS - 6/30/16 at 7:43am
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