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@ Robby JAtmiko

 

Do you have Windows 10 32 bit or 64 bit installed? In case you have 32bit version installed.

 

Physical Memory Limits: Windows 10

The following table specifies the limits on physical memory for Windows 10.

Version Limit on X86 Limit on X64
Windows 10 Enterprise

4 GB

2TB

Windows 10 Education

4 GB

2TB

Windows 10 Pro

4 GB

2TB

Windows 10 Home

4 GB

128GB

 

Otherwise, it is always handy to have your mobo user manual and memory QVL list ready. (They could be found through the links of my opening post)

 

Shut down your PC and reset your mobo by jumper. After you properly done resetting your mobo, see if it will fix the problem.

 

If not, to make sure the DIMM slots are not faulty, shut down PC and try remove the 2GB RAMs and install the Kingston 4GB RAMs onto DIMMs 2 and 4. Try boot up your PC and see if it recognizes the RAMs.

 

Repeat the trial with the Kingston RAMs on DIMMs 1 and 3, then boot up your PC and see if they get recognized.

 

If both trials good, that means there are no problem with the DIMMs slots.

 

Now, shut down your PC again, and then try install the 2GB RAMs onto DIMMs 2 and 4. Then try boot up your PC and see if it recognizes all four sticks of RAMs.

 

In my opinion, there should not be any conflicts between the RAMs and mobo, as the capacity on each and the total capacity of memory are still within the supported limits of the mobo.

 

I would be surprised to see your older P5KPL-AM SE mobo would be able to utilize all four sticks of RAMs that you have.

 

It is always nice to have another working PC for troubleshooting.

 

Hope all these help.

 

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@ocman..thanks alot 4 d response...
my system are 64bit(win7)..

Btw my P5KPL-AM SE only recognize 4gb max..(2x2gb or 2x4gb)its only 2 slot..
And on my P5Q PRO TURBO when i put those 4ram(2x2gb and 2x4gb)..it can be seen on bios its recognize 12gb of ram..but when i save and exit BIOS and run to win7.its only goes to win7 startup logo and stop responding.and goes to option star windows normally or repair it..when i choose it,its keep restarting on and on...

Or..there are any conflict between ram and OS(win7 64bit)..coz ram its recognize by BIOS(12GB)
btw i'll try for your suggestion...thanks alot
Edited by Robby JAtmiko - 2/14/16 at 8:27am
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@ Robby JAtmiko

 

In any case, do give only installing Kingston 2 x 4GB onto DIMM 1 and 3 a try first. Also look into the ASUS Memory QVL list for allowed brand, model, match, and capacities.

 

Once you can get them working, check out my 2nd post on the first page for overclocking tips and resources.

 

Most likely --> Side note: From the sound of it, it may probably be a case of your disk drive is about to fail. Check health condition of your disk drive with your working PC.

 

P.S.: If you need a new drive for OS and programs, I would recommend you to go for Samsung SSD(s).


Edited by ocman - 2/14/16 at 12:14pm
     
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@ocman...thanks 4 d solution..

Samsung ssd 850 evo its quit expensive here in rupiah's...what about WDC black 64mb cache sata 3..can it fix it?
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@ocman...thanks 4 d solution..

Samsung ssd 850 evo its quit expensive here in rupiah's...what about WDC black 64mb cache sata 3..can it fix it?
If you can't get an SSD then get a good SSHD Hybrid drive, they're reasonably priced and they are faster than a regular SATA3 hard drive. I put a 1TB hybrid in my laptop for about $50, I'm sure you can get one reasonably priced for your desktop.
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@droidriven..thanks 4 d suggestion
Well SSHD its more reasonable in pricing...i'll try it
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@ Petrol

Happy New Year and early Happy Valentine's Day!

thanks man, and happy family day to you smile.gif
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Yes, I am still here, but as for my P5Q PRO Turbo, it has died in a fire. I am currently on a 2nd hand build (as well as 2nd hand laptop) for now until I can get affordable skylake desktop and laptop.

DIED IN A FIRE?! You mean the mobo itself caught on fire?? RIP P5Q frown.gif
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I am just wondering, have you checked your BIOS setting and make sure it is not only detecting your PCI-E for video display? And make sure on board graphics is not being disabled (if that is possible).

EDIT: I meant to say try reset your mobo by moving the jumper.

Has the LAN module on your P5Q failed?

Does the P5Q PRO have onboard graphics? I just have a vanilla P5Q and no on-board graphics, I've looked into the BIOS but the only options I seem to have are either to boot with PCI-E or PCI graphics :\ The built-in NIC still works but I was intending to use the P5Q to bridge a connection so that would have required the dual-port NIC for the usual network in and out and then the built-in NIC just to be able to connect directly to the P5Q.

Well, that was my plan before I realized how truly garbage 802.11ac is. I thought maybe I could get close to gigabit speeds since the theoretical maximum is 1300Mbps. Nope, turns out that is not to be trusted, even with perfect tuning the losses are so bad even just a few feet away that at best 802.11ac is capable of roughly half of actual gigabit speeds. Fortunately I didn't lose too much money on the switch to ac but I feel it's pretty despicable to advertise speeds that are simply unattainable.

So now the plan is to use a gigabit ethernet switch I have lying around to connect my local network together and then connect that to the P5Q's built-in NIC and then bridge the connection over 802.11n to the modem/router/AP that connects to the internet. It gives me more speed and control over LAN and the actual speeds of 802.11n are still faster than my internet connection so there won't be any new bottlenecks. The good news is I don't need to wait on any extra equipment for the P5Q, I can still use the spare PCI-E graphics card because the 802.11n adapter just needs a PCI-E x1 port and not the nonexistent x2 port that the dual-port ethernet NIC would have needed. The only part that bugs me is the PCI-E card sucks up a bunch of power for nothing, since I can't get rid of it I'll have to find some way to make it useful :\
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Asus p5q pro turbo. Had an q6600 q0 at 3.2ghz ne il juste bought a xénon 2.833 GHz... Will sée what it gives
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thanks man, and happy family day to you smile.gif
DIED IN A FIRE?! You mean the mobo itself caught on fire?? RIP P5Q frown.gif
Does the P5Q PRO have onboard graphics? I just have a vanilla P5Q and no on-board graphics, I've looked into the BIOS but the only options I seem to have are either to boot with PCI-E or PCI graphics :\ The built-in NIC still works but I was intending to use the P5Q to bridge a connection so that would have required the dual-port NIC for the usual network in and out and then the built-in NIC just to be able to connect directly to the P5Q.

Well, that was my plan before I realized how truly garbage 802.11ac is. I thought maybe I could get close to gigabit speeds since the theoretical maximum is 1300Mbps. Nope, turns out that is not to be trusted, even with perfect tuning the losses are so bad even just a few feet away that at best 802.11ac is capable of roughly half of actual gigabit speeds. Fortunately I didn't lose too much money on the switch to ac but I feel it's pretty despicable to advertise speeds that are simply unattainable.

So now the plan is to use a gigabit ethernet switch I have lying around to connect my local network together and then connect that to the P5Q's built-in NIC and then bridge the connection over 802.11n to the modem/router/AP that connects to the internet. It gives me more speed and control over LAN and the actual speeds of 802.11n are still faster than my internet connection so there won't be any new bottlenecks. The good news is I don't need to wait on any extra equipment for the P5Q, I can still use the spare PCI-E graphics card because the 802.11n adapter just needs a PCI-E x1 port and not the nonexistent x2 port that the dual-port ethernet NIC would have needed. The only part that bugs me is the PCI-E card sucks up a bunch of power for nothing, since I can't get rid of it I'll have to find some way to make it useful :\

My P5Q Pro came with no graphics, gotta have a graphics card.
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Hi guys,

After 5 years, it's good to be back again thumb.gif

9 years and still running the old girl with no problems (system info below) but after seeing the new "Rise of the Tomb Raider" game I decided to go for a Xeon MOD and OC !
And I searched the whole thread and got happy cause lot's of people tried & succeeded in the Xeon MOD.

Here are my system specs;

MoBo: ASUS P5Q Turbo (not Pro) with BIOS 602 (SLIC 2.1 Mod from this forum)

CPU: Q6600 @ 3.6 or 2.4 (stock) daily use.
http://www.passmark.com/baselines/V8/display.php?id=56362443985

RAM: 1066Mhz, 2x 4GB (8GB) G.SKILL F2-8500CL5D-4GBPK 5-5-5-15-2N Latency @ 2.1v
( http://www.gskill.com/en/product/f2-8500cl5d-4gbpk )

SSD: SanDisk SSDPlus SDSSDA-120G-G25

GPU: Sapphire HD7750 2GB DDR3 Edition

CASE: Enermax Chakra ECA 3052 Black with 250mm Side Fan
( http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=539&num=1 )

PSU: 600W 80+Bronze Xilence XP600 135mm Fan / Gaming Series
( http://www.xilence.de/en/products/power-supplies/gaming-series/gaming-series.html )

OS: Win10 Pro

Now, here comes the fun part... I'm going to get some replacement parts.

Xeon x5470 (12MB 3.33gHz) as the CPU replacement,
( http://ark.intel.com/products/35430/Intel-Xeon-Processor-X5470-12M-Cache-3_33-GHz-1333-MHz-FSB )

Sapphire R9 380 Nitro 4GB for the GPU replacement, ( a little overkill I know, but I just wanted to be sure about the 60FPS @ 1080p and got a good deal biggrin.gif )
( http://www.sapphiretech.com/productdetial.asp?pid=421F760D-5247-4A25-BA5D-74A7A3139CD7&lang=eng )

Finally a Corsair Hydro Series H75 Liquid CPU Cooler
( http://www.corsair.com/en-us/hydro-series-h75-liquid-cpu-cooler )

Just for OC the new beast x5470 @ 4Ghz or even 4.5Ghz (or more...?) to work stable with the Sapphire R9 380 GPU @ 1080p Ultra/Very High settings.

But, I need your help, answers & experience...

1- I'm running Win10 Pro (legally Upgraded from Win7 Pro) on my 602 BIOS with SLIC 2.1 Mod (which updated me to Win10 Pro legally I think)
So, should I have a xeon microcodes injected 602 BIOS for P5Q Turbo with SLIC 2.1 or may I use Original 602 BIOS+ xeon microcode without SLIC 2.1 ?
(I do have the SLIC 2.1 602 BIOS file and I can inject the xeon microcodes in to it... but, I'll be glad if a friend provide me one)

2- About the Xeon x5470;
As I know, the x5470 Xeon is the most powerful (3.33gHz) and efficient/overclockable Xeon, that we can modify & use in LGA 775 Platform ?

Are there any other choices for a faster, overclockable CPU (like x5492 @ 3.40gHz) ?
Should I go with x5470 or x5492 ?
http://ark.intel.com/compare/36893,35430

Is the x5470 most OverClockable Xeon CPU and microcodes available for BIOS injection ?

Anyone had problems or any experience with x5470 on P5Q boards ? (cooling, instability etc.)

What should be my OC settings on P5Q Turbo board to max out the x5470 with liquid cooling ?

There are some aliexpress sellers with hard modded x5470 xeons (No Mod stickers & already cuts on CPU)
They simply welded the needed 2-pins so u don't have to use a MOD Sticker. These seems more secure & user-friendly...?
http://www.aliexpress.com/w/wholesale-x5470.html?site=glo&SearchText=x5470&g=y&CatId=708042&initiative_id=AS_20160219024855&shipCountry=tr&pvId=19050-8165&isrefine=y

3- I've seen lot's of youtube videos of peole running x5470 with older graphic cards @ 1080p, 2K or even 4K resolutions... amazing stuff !
https://youtu.be/woHtSnJU9rs

https://youtu.be/vVANWWy737E

https://youtu.be/FxlgycmzvB4

4K Crysis with x5492 xeon : https://youtu.be/50xclgnXqCI


That's all for now... What do you think of my new project ?
I'm waiting for your helpful comments rolleyes.gif
Precious Antique
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SanDisk SSD Plus SDSSDA120G Western Digital WD1001FALS-00J7B1 Seagate ST2000DM001-1CH164 Corsair H105 with Arctic F12 PWM Fans 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
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Precious Antique
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Xeon X5470 ASUS P5Q TURBO GigaByte AORUS GTX 1060 6GB 9gbps GV-N1060AORUS... G.SKILL F2-8500CL5D-2GBPK x 4 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
SanDisk SSD Plus SDSSDA120G Western Digital WD1001FALS-00J7B1 Seagate ST2000DM001-1CH164 Corsair H105 with Arctic F12 PWM Fans 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Win10 Pro Philips 273E3LHSB_00 1ms Logitech S510 High Power HPM-750GD-F14C 
CaseMouse
AKASA Venom LX Logitech S510 Kit Mouse 
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