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DELL Precision 690 microcode update
#31
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(12-30-2015, 03:38 AM)DeathBringer Wrote: What is your current processor? Please tell S-spec.
Two microcode sections have size 2*0x0FD0=0x1FA0 bytes, but we need 0x1FD0 bytes for 01067A microcode.

Hi, I have this:
CPU: Intel Xeon 5410@2.333MHz (Harpertown) / FSB 1333
S-Spec: SLANW
CPUID: 10676h
Core stepping: C0
Core voltage (V): 0.95 - 1.225

And I has tried two modded bios by chris89 (A07: https://mega.nz/#!m1ongaKI!U3_9kLi30zohI...B3WBHVxcdE and A08: https://mega.co.nz/#!39hkGYoA!SilzMg6jq8...iAiCX7UZTY)

and aftermath:
Power ON
NO video
NO keyboard Led
LEDs 3 and 4 Solid + Power LED Green Solid.

but I can try other versions. =D
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#32
henriquepena
Thanks for your info!
I'll check modded BIOS (by chris89) and write later.
P.S. Does your native CPU work with chris89's mod?
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#33
(12-30-2015, 03:38 PM)DeathBringer Wrote: henriquepena
Thanks for your info!
I'll check modded BIOS (by chris89) and write later.
P.S. Does your native CPU work with chris89's mod?

Yes
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#34
(12-30-2015, 02:58 PM)henriquepena Wrote: Power ON
NO video
NO keyboard Led
LEDs 3 and 4 Solid + Power LED Green Solid.

I have the same result with my CPU when I put it in. Default BIOS, revision A07. BIOS does not even POST. It's entirely possible that modding the BIOS to support the E54xx CPUs will be much more difficult than before, if not impossible.
For clarification, there is zero output. No video, no sound. No BIOS post. No "incompatible CPU" message. I thought that was just how the BIOS handled incompatible CPUs, but it might be a different issue entirely.
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#35
I've made own mod of BIOS. But I think it will not help, cause it's very similar to chris89's mod.
Note: 010676 only.
Update: I think my mod is useless, so I've delete it.
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#36
Any luck with adding E54xx Xeon support to the A08 Dell BIOS?
I have a E5420 specifically.
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#37
No, Xeon 5400-series aren't supported by hardware.
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#38
CPUID Offset Core (Stepping)
0F61 0070 Dempsey (B0)
0F62 0840 Dempsey (B1)
0F63 1010 Dempsey (B2)
0F64 17E0 Dempsey (C0)
06F1 5320 Woodcrest (A1)
06F4 62F0 Woodcrest (B0)
06F5 23B0 Woodcrest (B1)
06F6 3380 Woodcrest (B2)
06F7 72C0 Clovertown (B3)
06FB 8290 Clovertown (G0)

These quad's are not slow by no means and are quite powerful if you used two of them... I have ran the L5320 1.86Ghz 50W, L5335 2Ghz 50W... They are not any slower that I can tell from a newer E5405 1333 12MB cache xeon...

Only 50 Watts.. so like 30-45C load across all cores and it it's in the low 40s full tilt, I have seen it auto-overclock to almost 2.1Ghz on the L5320 from 1.86Ghz... Couple megahertz to the fsb when running really cool.

http://www.cpu-world.com/sspec/SL/SLAC9.html
http://www.cpu-world.com/sspec/SL/SLA4Q.html - 06F7h - 1.86Ghz - plenty fast for 1080p gaming on a solid gpu on just 1 cpu.
http://www.cpu-world.com/sspec/SL/SLAEN.html - 06FBh - 2.00Ghz - plenty fast for really anything you would realistically use it for.. especially 2x

06F7 72C0 Clovertown (B3)
06FB 8290 Clovertown (G0)
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#39
I have two X5460 CPUs, so it's impossible to use these two CPUs in the latest revision of this board?
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#40
Read this topic attentively - https://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-D...#pid109560 :
(03-01-2016, 11:49 PM)DeathBringer Wrote: ... Xeon 5400-series aren't supported by hardware.
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