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very interesting thread smile.gif

I got this ASUS P5QL-EM
what Xeon CPU you recommend that will work flawlessly with and OC: (E5450, E5460,x5460, x5470) ?
Best I remember, the P5QL series were p43 chipset boards. What that MEANS is they may not OC as well as the P35 & P45 chipsets do. (I believe there was an issue with the FSB having a "wall")That being said, the wall appears to be between 415&420 fsb. In this case,I would go with the x5470 because it has a multiplier of 10. (my favorite,the e5450 only has a multi of 9) This Multi of 10 would allow a possible OC of 4.0 even@ 400FSB (400fsb X 10 = 4000 or 4.0GHz) where the lower cpu's would only give say 3.6GHz with the same FSB on the e5450 @ multi of 9. For other/maybe better advice see the xeon mod support thread @ http://www.overclock.net/t/1431723/mod-lga775-support-for-lga771-xeon-cpus/11690#post_25973031
post #102 of 122
why every time I turn off the plug detachment, the computer returns to the date and time of 2002?
it is possible that the motherboard battery (CR2032) is to be changed?
thanks
post #103 of 122
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Originally Posted by chriscarg View Post

why every time I turn off the plug detachment, the computer returns to the date and time of 2002?
it is possible that the motherboard battery (CR2032) is to be changed?
thanks
That's the most common symptem of the battery going out. also ck the contacts on the battery.
post #104 of 122
I bought a p5k-vm g33. Anyone tried this bios. I put a x5460 in
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I bought a p5k-vm g33. Anyone tried this bios. I put a x5460 in
Gonna go out on a limb and guess you didn't read the list of bios' that on the first page? It's kept fairly up to date. Here's The asus p5k-vm bios with the 45nm microcodes added/updated for socket 771/775. P4/Mobile support unchanged. Bios is in post # 37. http://www.overclock.net/t/1616059/xeon-microcodes-added-to-socket-775-bios/30#post_25733504
post #106 of 122
I flash the bios and a error said Rom file does not match existing board

I flash it with the bios on asus and same thing
post #107 of 122
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I flash the bios and a error said Rom file does not match existing board

I flash it with the bios on asus and same thing
Ok, your using bios 1001 near as I can tell. here's that bios with the 45nm codes added/updated. ALSO I'm including AFUDOS from Asus site,try the flash using it. P5K-VM-ASUS-1001moddedwith45nmcodesaddedupdated.zip 641k .zip file
AFUDOS236.zip 23k .zip file
post #108 of 122
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Ok, your using bios 1001 near as I can tell. here's that bios with the 45nm codes added/updated. ALSO I'm including AFUDOS from Asus site,try the flash using it. P5K-VM-ASUS-1001moddedwith45nmcodesaddedupdated.zip 641k .zip file
AFUDOS236.zip 23k .zip file


ROM file does not match existing board again

existing board is P5K-VM V-P5G33 and the update ROM is P5K-VM this is the trouble but I don't find the V-P5G33 bios

but my board is a p5k-vm, how can I flash with the oem bios
Edited by bobey1st - 4/16/17 at 5:09pm
post #109 of 122
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the p5g33 looks like a barebones useage in a tower setting of that board. try using afudos to backup the current bios, then add the code for the cpu U need using mmtool and just delete an old p4 code to keep the same size. Might work. Or you maybe try this.https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/turning-your-asus-p5g33-barebone-motherboard-into-a-p5k-vm.76384/
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Originally Posted by schuck6566 View Post

the p5g33 looks like a barebones useage in a tower setting of that board. try using afudos to backup the current bios, then add the code for the cpu U need using mmtool and just delete an old p4 code to keep the same size. Might work. Or you maybe try this.https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/turning-your-asus-p5g33-barebone-motherboard-into-a-p5k-vm.76384/

@schuck6566 wheee.gif Your the man

I flashed with afudos in dos with your p5k-vm modded bios and all works

Thanks a lot and now i have a x5460 on p5k-vm
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