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Upgraded my power supply from a 500W Cooler Master to a 750W Silverstone which I picked up for $A30.
I thought the Cooler Master was reasonably weighty unit but it is a featherweight compared to the new one.
The Zeus ST75ZF tips the scales at 2.9kg or 6lb 6oz? Has 4 separate 12 volt rails with 18 amps on each with >80% efficiency.
Edited by Revhead - 7/12/16 at 7:10am
     
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Hey.

Im currently a bit stumped on this upgrade :\

got myself a xeon X5450(SLBBE) with a msi g41m-p33 combo board(last standard bios v 32.13) and performed the mod for 771 on it sucessfully(so i assume), The cpu does appear to work correctly and is correctly detected and set, however windows 10 is proving ot be an issue.

Attempting to run windows 10 64 bit, results in the system hanging once it tries ot load up the OS, researching aronud suggested that this was the "compareexchange128" issue but i've been getting very conflicting infomation on both what instructions the cpu actually supports and other's ppl results apparently being able ot run win 10 64 with similar cpus(or the exact same even), making me beleive i either messed up somewhere in the BIOS or picked up a dud combo :\.

If i could be enlightened on an answer that would remove this conflicting info it woudl be appreciated.
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Originally Posted by TeiX View Post

Hey.

Im currently a bit stumped on this upgrade :\

got myself a xeon X5450(SLBBE) with a msi g41m-p33 combo board(last standard bios v 32.13) and performed the mod for 771 on it sucessfully(so i assume), The cpu does appear to work correctly and is correctly detected and set, however windows 10 is proving ot be an issue.

Attempting to run windows 10 64 bit, results in the system hanging once it tries ot load up the OS, researching aronud suggested that this was the "compareexchange128" issue but i've been getting very conflicting infomation on both what instructions the cpu actually supports and other's ppl results apparently being able ot run win 10 64 with similar cpus(or the exact same even), making me beleive i either messed up somewhere in the BIOS or picked up a dud combo :\.

If i could be enlightened on an answer that would remove this conflicting info it woudl be appreciated.

Have you tried another OS? Perhaps even just a different Windows 10 ISO?
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Have you tried another OS? Perhaps even just a different Windows 10 ISO?

i know for a fact windows 7 64 works since the system was upgraded from it and win 10 came afterward(which btw the upgrade tool didnt mention a cpu issue) and so does win10 32 bit(tho its not a desirable position to be in), as for another win 10 iso..not really as the process i went with so far required me to reinstall the os 3 times s ofar, without being sure if the problem isnt in the firmware

my main gripe with this is that i cant find any consistent information that could hint at what is gonig on

i see pages mentioning the compareexchange issue but i've see on other sources systems with this very cpu running windows 10 64, same goes for what intructions the cpu actually supports, the intel page isnt too clear on this and every other site has conflicting info(ie: intel mentions this cpu has vtx but cpuz doesnt report vt-x)
Edited by TeiX - 7/12/16 at 5:04pm
post #9945 of 12435
Out of curiosity, has anybody tried delidding one of the 771 xeons? I haven't seen any information on whether they are soldered or not. There are some 775 processors that are soldered, and some that aren't
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Hello guys. My xeon finally arrived. I had no problems with it. Everything works like a charm, and i am impressed by that cinebench score(for a cpu i bought that cheap).
I have a question. I opened hwmonitor to check my temps, and the temps dont seem to be right. Meanwhile AIDA64 is giving me about 20C less. Here is a picture
I have a raijingtek themis, and i get about 32-33C in bios.

edit: the hardware is not in a case. i have them on my desk for now.
edit2: temps u see on the picture are on idle

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You need to edit "hwmonitorw.cfg" or whatever it's named (in the same folder as the .exe) and change TJMAX to the proper setting for your new CPU, more than likely 85 C. It'll currently be set at 100 C if you haven't done this already, and I guess AIDA64 is already picking TJMAX up correctly.

You might also want to make the hwmonitorw.ini file Read Only, i had to because otherwise it kept changing back the TjMax value on each boot...
This is all the contents of my file:

[HWMonitor]
VERSION=1.2.7.0
USE_ACPI=1
USE_SMBUS=1
USE_SMART=1
USE_DISPLAY=1
CPU_0_TJMAX=85.0
UPDATES=0

And these are my temps, with Themis on the CPU and case fans on 7V after one run of Heaven bench:



Now the Big Typhoon is on my 270X biggrin.gif
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Hey.

Im currently a bit stumped on this upgrade :\

got myself a xeon X5450(SLBBE) with a msi g41m-p33 combo board(last standard bios v 32.13) and performed the mod for 771 on it sucessfully(so i assume), The cpu does appear to work correctly and is correctly detected and set, however windows 10 is proving ot be an issue.

Attempting to run windows 10 64 bit, results in the system hanging once it tries ot load up the OS, researching aronud suggested that this was the "compareexchange128" issue but i've been getting very conflicting infomation on both what instructions the cpu actually supports and other's ppl results apparently being able ot run win 10 64 with similar cpus(or the exact same even), making me beleive i either messed up somewhere in the BIOS or picked up a dud combo :\.

If i could be enlightened on an answer that would remove this conflicting info it woudl be appreciated.
Put the xeon codes in bios? Maybe try loading in legacy/ide mode or make sure sata drivers are installed for your board when U go to install.(windows should have an option to allow U to install them @ begining of windows installation) just some possibles.
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here's some readings taken after running heaven,followed by cinebench. was idle before several hours. opened hwmaager,let it get stable,left open while ran 2 test 1 after the other. smile.gif Here's results.
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here's some readings taken after running heaven,followed by cinebench. was idle before several hours. opened hwmaager,let it get stable,left open while ran 2 test 1 after the other. smile.gif Here's results.

Nice, a maximum of 50 degrees with a 30 degree ambient? Haven't tested my E5450 but that seems like really good temps for a 3.9GHz overclock.
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Put the xeon codes in bios? Maybe try loading in legacy/ide mode or make sure sata drivers are installed for your board when U go to install.(windows should have an option to allow U to install them @ begining of windows installation) just some possibles.

thats the problem im facing any attempt to install win10 64 is faced with a system hang, i never get the chance to attempt that

as for the microcodes i went out of the way to place all the 45nm xeon codes just in case but since info about the xeon has been conflicting i cant be sure of what a fully supported xeon in win 10 64 should look like in cpuz, currently theone i have reports(in windows 7): all the sse sets till sse3 and emt64

if htisis indeed a BIOS issue i might require some assitance at doing the modification correctly.
Edited by TeiX - 7/13/16 at 2:37am
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