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HP BOSTON MS-7525 Xeon MOD Success
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(07-06-2018, 01:57 AM)hyshamecho Wrote: I just upgraded my core2 duo e7400 to xeon e5450 on the ms 7525v1....flashed the bios everything works..sometime i play games and it crashed...do xeon e5450 support window 10? or better with window 7...what you guys prefer?please help

(07-06-2018, 09:08 PM)hyshamecho Wrote: I have flashed the mod but using old cpu, because when i use xeom it stucked after boot ,after i flashed the mod i go into window and shut down then power off and change to xeon cpu and it read my xeon e5450 as 2.0ghz, do i need update the bios or something? Driver?or the adapter is broken?

Your CPU may be partially incompatible with this motherboard: according to the Service Manual (v10) you can find around the net, it supports 
  • Dual Core Processors with FSB 533/800/1066/1333 (this is imposed by the G31 chipset rather than the motherboard)
  • Quad Core Processors with FSB 533/800/1066 (same as above)
  • TDP of 65W (I suspect a VRM or thermal problem here due to the type of motherboard). 
On the HP web page of MS-7525, Core2Quad or E8600 aren't listed (in fact they've higher TDP and/or FSB).

A Xeon E5450 has a FSB 1333 and TDP of 80W, so I wouldn't be surprised if it keeps crashing under heavy loads.

You should use quad core CPUs with FSB 1066 and a TDP under 65W. Other CPUs are working (e.g. a C2Q Q6600-6700), but I see a frequency cap of 2GHz in all the posted screens in this thread (I think the motherboard is bottlenecking them)

Please confirm or correct me about these observations if you find any error  Tongue
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(12-07-2018, 04:16 AM)darker00 Wrote: I see a frequency cap of 2GHz in all the posted screens in this thread (I think the motherboard is bottlenecking them)

That could just be because they're not under load. But it's indeed weird to see all of them with similar numbers. Maybe someone could confirm?
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