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Ok so let me start off with saying that I've been an owner of an Intel Celeron 341, 775 socket, 533 FSB and its 2.93 GHz and I had it for years, well throughout the last few months I've gotten sick of this CPU since its really slow at that stage so I said that its time for a new CPU :/ and so I found a nice dual core CPU, 3.0 GHz, 775 socket, 800 MHz FSB and I then checked if my motherboard would support it so that I would know if I can buy it. I checked the manual, it said that my motherboard can support 533 AND 800 MHz FSB Processors and it has the 775 socket, so I was like "what else can go wrong? I'm buying it!". I bought it, brand new, installed it, turn on the PC, EVERYTHING is working except that I get no picture on the Display AND I don't get the one short beep sound that I usually get before POST... so I install back the old CPU and I went on the internet to look for any possible solutions which were update BIOS, reset/clear CMOS, etc. and to be honest, I had a struggle with the BIOS update since it always failed to update and then after 3 days and nights of little or no sleep, I managed to successfully update my BIOS. An unlimited amount of happiness kicked into me as I jump around the room, so freakin excited to finally have success with installing the BIOS, and I was 100% sure that the new CPU will work now but still, it just refuses to boot up. No screen picture, and at the same time EVERY other hardware part is working properly.
Sorry for the wall of text, just wanted to make sure I've written at least most of what happened throughout the last 4 looooooong days and nights, so I just pray now that you guys can help me out with it.

EDIT: Oh yeah sorry to mention that, the new CPU is Intel Pentium E5700 Dual-Core
EDIT 2: Motherboard is ASUS P5S800-VM
Edited by Slipknot - 12/24/10 at 7:25pm
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post #2 of 10
TL;DR

Have you tried ruling out bad memory sticks? Maybe try booting it with one memory stick in there. Maybe you seated the CPU bad?
post #3 of 10
Looks like the e5700 is not supported
http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/c...0-VM&product=1
post #4 of 10
The motherboard may list 800MHz FSB support but it may not support dual-core CPUs.

There are P4HT's in existence with 800MHz FSB.
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Thank you for all the helpful replies, so now I know where the problem is. But still, I am in love with the idea of having that processor and I really do not want to return it/don't think they will refund me anyway, only give me the same type of processor, just replace mine... So I've heard of people talking about "Modded BIOSes", and since I am new to all this stuff, do you guys think that a BIOS, made especially for my motherboard to support that processor is possible? Because the official ASUS BOIS versions ARE made to support new processors that come out, they just haven't made any newer BIOSes since 2007 (and I think the E5700 came out this year) so in my opinion it should be a possible solution, just a modded, new, BIOS...?
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^^ Go to that link and read the CPU list.

You'll notice that C2D's aren't supported on this board, even with a BIOS upgrade.
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i know that you put a lot of effort into it but i suggest a cheap G31/G41 MB that supports overclocking for $50-$60 (Gigabyte would be my first choice) and your dual core will fly

+1 for trying your best
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Hey guys, back again, really excited this time and I'm also apologizing for posting in this old thread of mine but I just wanted to say that I just ordered an ASUS P5G41T-M 1333FSB MB, a GYGABYTE 5450 1GB DDR3 video card and a 2 GB ram (which I know isn't much but in the past I've ran to a conclusion that RAM isn't THAT important once it hits around 2 GB) and also having in mind that I kept the CPU I originally made this thread about, which is quite fast for my needs (the 5700 3 GHz dual-core)... I am basically getting a totally new system now, the only thing going into my new system from the old one would be my 500GB hard disk + my cooler master v8, and yeah, this is the first major hardware update that I've ever made, so I'm REALLY excited
Thanks to all the people that helped me out with this thread in the past, I was quite stupid thinking that the CPU would work with my current motherboard, at least I learned from my mistake
Edited by Slipknot - 2/8/11 at 12:45pm
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Stupid? I disagree. We all have to start somewhere.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TaiDinh View Post
Stupid? I disagree. We all have to start somewhere.
Yep. Intel is especially confusing in the 775 socket, it has been around since P4s but the new CPUs usually required new chipsets.
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