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Build 775 asus P5P43TD build advise, help.

hello world,

 

I need some advise in my build. I allready have an asus P5P43TD and an Evga psu 600w B.

 

1. I need do buy maybe an Intel Xeon 5450. 

2. 4x4gb ram ddr3 ( here I don’t know what is gonna to work well.) 

3. Will a gtx1060 or 1070 work well? 

 

Wellcome if you have some other Ideas or advise. 

 

Best Regards,

 

Beerwatts

 

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a gtx 1060 will be bottleneck by that old of a platform. that cpu is 11 years old

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You want to build cheap computer based on old LGA775 socket, but it still will be good enough for most of tasks and games.

1060 is more than ok for that. Even 1050Ti will be good. If you have no plans to change your motherboard and cpu and want it cheap, 1050Ti has even more sense. 1060 or 1070 has sense if you want to change your hardware soon to something better.

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The Xeon X5450 is a 771 CPU, not a 775 one. To make it work, you need to load a custom BIOS with injected microcode, apply a special sticker to the CPU and modify the socket.

 

Might as well just grab a Q9550 or 9650 and OC it. 

 

Anything faster than say a GTX1050 or maybe Ti will be bottlenecked.

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3 minutes ago, NelizMastr said:

The Xeon X5450 is a 771 CPU, not a 775 one. To make it work, you need to load a custom BIOS with injected microcode, apply a special sticker to the CPU and modify the socket.

Damn, you're right. I assume tha Delevatti already check compatibility, so I didn't notice that.

Q9650 is good choice.

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33 minutes ago, homeap5 said:

Damn, you're right. I assume tha Delevatti already check compatibility, so I didn't notice that.

Q9650 is good choice.

Yep, there are so many and cheap xeon 5450, that maybe I will give a try. Is that so hard to inject the code? “xeon5450” already came with a “cut” to fit.  

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41 minutes ago, homeap5 said:

You want to build cheap computer based on old LGA775 socket, but it still will be good enough for most of tasks and games.

1060 is more than ok for that. Even 1050Ti will be good. If you have no plans to change your motherboard and cpu and want it cheap, 1050Ti has even more sense. 1060 or 1070 has sense if you want to change your hardware soon to something better.

Yes, I’m planning future proof It, in next 1 or 2 years, change the motherboard, ram and processor for something better. 

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So I checked some benchmarks:

https://www.userbenchmark.com/System/Asus-P5P43TD/381

 

There are 355 builds with this motherboard. 

 

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/10453209

 

This guy from germany score well on gaming, with a few thoughts.

1.(memory) I don’t know why. 

2.(ssd) limitations of motherboar maybe “ can we bypass these)? 

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2 hours ago, Delevatti said:

Yep, there are so many and cheap xeon 5450, that maybe I will give a try. Is that so hard to inject the code? “xeon5450” already came with a “cut” to fit.  

Just google your board + xeon microcode. There might be ready to flash images available.

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