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Thread: Sleep issues




  1. #1
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    Cool Sleep issues

    *OVERCLOCKED* Intel Core i7 920 D0 Stepping (SLBEJ) 2.66Ghz @ 4.00GHz / Gigabyte EX58-UD5 Intel X58 Motherboard / Patriot Viper 6GB DDR3 PC3-12800C8 1600MHz DDR3 Bundle + World in Conflict Game

    Hi

    I have the above system now with 1000w power supply and nvidia 9800gtx.

    all brilliant but overclocked its not coming out of sleep vista 64 ? On default settings its ok.

    IS there a fix for this - I got the latest BIOS F7 from web site

    thanks alot :-)

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    Default Re: Sleep issues

    can you please post your full bios settings? what is the speed of your memory working at now?
    screen of CPU-Z would be great for the CPU tab and memory tab

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    Smile Re: Sleep issues

    thanks for the reply - here are the tabs - hope its ok

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    Default Re: Sleep issues

    Quote Originally Posted by wheelscene View Post
    thanks for the reply - here are the tabs - hope its ok
    it is fine but your memory latencies are a bit high, default are 8-8-8-24 1T

    are all your voltage settings set @ Auto? can you provide QPI/VTT voltage used?

    and your NB frequency is high, it should be set @16x to keep stabilty.

    Did you try to stress your system with LinX?

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    Default Re: Sleep issues

    Hi Thanks for that - will send when get home later - prob take photo's etc.
    I know the place where I bought it (who also overclocked it) said that the Patriot Memory was "awsome" for overclocking - but if it can be tamed a little so sleep works while overclocked I will be eternally greatful !:-)

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    Default Re: Sleep issues

    here are the settings - cheers bro

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    Default Re: Sleep issues

    thnx man, you can try bios F8b, some reports say it fix sleep issue

    I'm using f8 bios for UD4P and I can't resume back from sleep, maybe I should try f9a

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    Default Re: Sleep issues

    ###STOP THE BUS DUDE###

    I just did this....flashed the BIOS to F8b as you mentioned. Reloaded my "OC" profiles. Booted into windows......PRESSED SLEEP......Moved the mouse..............it woke up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    You legend thanks very much - this is great news

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