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facing an issue with the newly working xeon x5450 :\


tho it seems ot be fully enabled im now hitting 2 issues that are making htis upgrade not worth it:

1:the cpu doesnt actually seem to hit its 3ghz degault on the task manager petering out at 2.7 GHZ

2: the cpu is extremely slow in single tread usage even slower than the dual core it replaced this is bad to the point where the pc doesnt relaibly start up at times or the whole pc faces huge stuttering issues

im getting a tad desperate since i've been attempting ot figure htis oneo ut the whole day today and yesterday's evening ot no avail
Edited by TeiX - 7/15/16 at 3:17pm
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facing an issue with the newly working xeon x5450 :\


tho it seems ot be fully enabled im now hitting 2 issues that are making htis upgrade not worth it:

1:the cpu doesnt actually seem to hit its 3ghz degault on the task manager petering out at 2.7 GHZ

2: the cpu is extremely slow in single tread usage even slower than the dual core it replaced this is bad to the point where the pc doesnt relaibly start up at times or the whole pc faces huge stuttering issues

im getting a tad desperate since i've been attempting ot figure htis oneo ut the whole day today and yesterday's evening ot no avail

Task Manager is generally unreliable for displaying the correct CPU speed. Overclocking or using server CPUs usually makes that particular reading inaccurate. Programs like CPU-Z or RealTemp are more accurate when determining the true clock speed (although make sure the CPU is under 100% load when checking).

As for the single threaded problem, have you done a Cinebench R15 run? Usually in the CPU rendering benchmark you can expect a score around 330 for a 3.0GHz Xeon. If you get a score in that ballpark then there shouldn't be any issues with single threaded or multi threaded performance.
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it didnt crash with 2 hours of prime95(max temp on core1 was 61). i dont know if it is rock solid. i will test it and give an update.
it is a SLBBA(E0) chip

edit: but i dont really care at this point. because 2 hours of prime95 with no crash, means gaming stable. atleast i think so tongue.gif

Personally i would let it run one full (10x) IntelBurnTest but fair enough, happy gaming sir!
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Task Manager is generally unreliable for displaying the correct CPU speed. Overclocking or using server CPUs usually makes that particular reading inaccurate. Programs like CPU-Z or RealTemp are more accurate when determining the true clock speed (although make sure the CPU is under 100% load when checking).

As for the single threaded problem, have you done a Cinebench R15 run? Usually in the CPU rendering benchmark you can expect a score around 330 for a 3.0GHz Xeon. If you get a score in that ballpark then there shouldn't be any issues with single threaded or multi threaded performance.

okay after some major headbanging and near rage induced destruction(i know too hot headed tongue.gif) i managed ot handle the second issue(i think), after doing a full reassemble of the system followed by a Hard Cmos reset, the system no lnoger feels like its stuttering all over the lace in single treads(tho ill call this done once cinebench proves it)

P.S: i need ot practice my themal paste application, the previous attempt was suprising for not frying the Xeon

as for the reported speed i figured as much tho the second issue was clouding the true problem

Again Much appreciated for the assistance.

EDIT: cinebench scoree: 239 (however the system was a bit strangled by being on single channel memory, i'd assume in dual channel it would be a score in range you mentioned, plus the system no longer feels like its dragging itself)
Edited by TeiX - 7/15/16 at 5:11pm
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@TeiX

Your temps are way too high for 3GHz.
What cooler are you using and what PSU are you running the system with?
In fact, give us your complete system specs including your BIOS settings then we will have a better picture?
Also what have you got the Overclock FSB Switch set to on the board? I assuming it should be set to either standard or 400Hhz - the manual doesn't say much? Does this prevent you from changing FSB in BIOS?
You also need to adjust your FSB/DRAM ratio so memory is running at a ratio of 1:1 for 800Mhz or whatever derivative of this your FSB setting delivers eg. if FSB is 400 then it will show 800, if FSB is 450 then it will show 900 etc. With your chip you should be looking in the 400-500 range (9x400 and up) giving you an overclock from 3.6 to 4.5Ghz. 4Ghz is doable, anything above that will be the challenge.

Damn I think my new power supply just blew. Pushed the on button and there was a bang followed by smell and now it's dead as a door nail. Hope it was just the PSU . . .
     
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@TeiX

Your temps are way too high for 3GHz.
What cooler are you using and what PSU are you running the system with?
In fact, give us your complete system specs including your BIOS settings then we will have a better picture?
Also what have you got the Overclock FSB Switch set to on the board? I assuming it should be set to either standard or 400Hhz - the manual doesn't say much? Does this prevent you from changing FSB in BIOS?
You also need to adjust your FSB/DRAM ratio so memory is running at a ratio of 1:1 for 800Mhz or whatever derivative of this your FSB setting delivers eg. if FSB is 400 then it will show 800, if FSB is 450 then it will show 900 etc. With your chip you should be looking in the 400-500 range (9x400 and up) giving you an overclock from 3.6 to 4.5Ghz. 4Ghz is doable, anything above that will be the challenge.

Damn I think my new power supply just blew. Pushed the on button and there was a bang followed by smell and now it's dead as a door nail. Hope it was just the PSU . . .

after doing the full reassemble(including reseting the heatsink and reapplynig TIC, intel stock btw,) temps went ot under 60ºC at stock, still a tad high but this is what i canmanage on a 32ºC day and a rather unfriendly case till i have the availabilty ot stick a aftermarket cooler in it

for specs the relevant ones as you asked:

CPU: duh tongue.gif
Mobo Msi G41M-p33 combo with the 32.13 BIOS modded with the xeon microcodes, all options are on their optimal defaults with the 333 FSB and 1:1 Dram ratios(board doesnt allow to change vCore)
RAM: a single module of 4 gb ddr3(all it's avaliable at the time) set at 1333MHZ with default timing(auto)
PSU is 500 W pretty generic(so much that its about to be replaced by something proper and have on intention ot overclock till i do that)

as far as im aware that mobo model doesnt have the FSb switch but it does allow to tweak the FSB by default upwards of + 500 off default of the cpu(max allwoed would be 833 tongue.gif)

shame ot hear of the blown out psu x(, hopefully it didnt take anythnig else with it.
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after doing the full reassemble(including reseting the heatsink and reapplynig TIC, intel stock btw,) temps went ot under 60ºC at stock, still a tad high but this is what i canmanage on a 32ºC day and a rather unfriendly case till i have the availabilty ot stick a aftermarket cooler in it

for specs the relevant ones as you asked:

CPU: duh tongue.gif
Mobo Msi G41M-p33 combo with the 32.13 BIOS modded with the xeon microcodes, all options are on their optimal defaults with the 333 FSB and 1:1 Dram ratios(board doesnt allow to change vCore)
RAM: a single module of 4 gb ddr3(all it's avaliable at the time) set at 1333MHZ with default timing(auto)
PSU is 500 W pretty generic(so much that its about to be replaced by something proper and have on intention ot overclock till i do that)

as far as im aware that mobo model doesnt have the FSb switch but it does allow to tweak the FSB by default upwards of + 500 off default of the cpu(max allwoed would be 833 tongue.gif)

shame ot hear of the blown out psu x(, hopefully it didnt take anythnig else with it.

Temps seem good to me.
I notice that when I spread thermal paste too thin on these Xeon chips that it'll eventually turn black from the heat, so I just go overboard with it now.
post #9988 of 12435
@TeiX
No do not go overboard with the TIM. There's a special way of applying it in a thin line that you do not spread - repeat do not spread. Look it up.
A good PSU is the basis for any good system. You will not be able to OC without good cooling. Your manual says you have voltage adustments for DRAM, NB and CPU - unless I'm looking at the wrong manual?

BIOS setup
Page 25
DRAM Voltage (V), NB Voltage (V), CPU VTT (V)
These items are used to adjust the voltage of CPU, Memory and chipset.


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Edited by Revhead - 7/15/16 at 7:26pm
     
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weird...

trynig too see those values they are greyed out
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LOL, been without phone,tv,& internet 20hours, but I'm back and found something that might help some of us. Releades in Oct.2008,Intel temp figures.(including tjmax) For xeon's. smile.gif
65nm Xeon Dual-Core CPUs Model Tj Max (Stepping unspecified)
E7220, E7210 80°C
7100 series 100°C

65nm Xeon Dual-Core CPUs Model Tj Max (B2) Tj Max (G0)
5080, 5060 80°C 90°C
5063, 5050, 5030 80°C 90°C
5160 N/A 80°C
5150, 5140, 5130, 5120, 5110 N/A 80°C
5148 N/A 80°C
L5138 N/A 100°C
3000 series 80°C 90°C

65nm Xeon Quad-Core CPUs Model Tj Max (Stepping unspecified)
X7350 90°C
E7340, E7330, E7320, E7310 80°C
L7345 80°C
X5000 series 90/95°C
E5000 series 80°C
L5000 series 70°C
L5318 95°C
X3230, X3220, X3210 90°C
XE 90°C
XEE 80°C

45nm Xeon Single-Core CPUs Model Tj Max (Stepping unspecified)
L3104 95°C

45nm Xeon Dual-Core CPUs Model Tj Max (Stepping unspecified)
X52xx series 90°C
E5240 90°C
E5220, E5205 70/90°C
L5240 70°C
L5238, L5215 95°C
E3120, E3113, E3110 95°C
L3110 95°C

45nm Xeon Quad-Core CPUs Model Tj Max (Stepping unspecified)
E7440, E7430, E7420 90°C
L7445 80°C
X54xx series 85°C
E54xx series 85°C
L5408 95°C
L5430, L5420, L5410 70°C
X33xx 95°C
L3360 90°C
X33xx series 95°C
L3360 90°C

45nm Xeon Six-Core CPUs Model Tj Max (Stepping unspecified)
X7460 85°C
E7455 85°C
L7455 85°C
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