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Thread: GA-EP45P-UD3LR S3 Standby Issues




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    Default Re: GA-EP45P-UD3LR S3 Standby Issues

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    And this solves the problem?
    DRAM Voltage set at 1.8V
    Machine will crash EVERYTIME coming out of standby

    DRAM Voltage set at 1.9V
    Machine will come out of standby SOMETIMES - however generally the longer it is left, the less likely it is to come out of standby - generally overnight it will crap out.

    I have made the changes from above - and hopefully tomorrow I will be happy!

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    Default Re: GA-EP45P-UD3LR S3 Standby Issues

    The problem you described is different than just not comint out of standby since the machine completely shuts down.

    If it still persists I would try without the UPS.

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    Default Re: GA-EP45P-UD3LR S3 Standby Issues

    Yes please do test like Chike mentioned if the issues persist.

    I think though it should be OK as long as S3 is corrected in yout BIOS version, and the MCH Voltage I suggested is set and Performance Enhance Standard. I think those two were your main issues.

    Ya that is why I asked to be sure about your memory, I found different voltages posted at a few places as well. Either way DDR2 is safe up to 2.1V anyway according to JEDEC standards so it will be fine no matter what.

    What does it show in the SPD Tab of CPU-z, not that it matters much at these voltages, just wondered?

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    Default Re: GA-EP45P-UD3LR S3 Standby Issues

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Yes please do test like Chike mentioned if the issues persist.

    I think though it should be OK as long as S3 is corrected in yout BIOS version, and the MCH Voltage I suggested is set and Performance Enhance Standard. I think those two were your main issues.

    Ya that is why I asked to be sure about your memory, I found different voltages posted at a few places as well. Either way DDR2 is safe up to 2.1V anyway according to JEDEC standards so it will be fine no matter what.

    What does it show in the SPD Tab of CPU-z, not that it matters much at these voltages, just wondered?
    Hi Guys

    The good news, the machine now will come out of standby - but blue screens if it has been left for a long period of time.....

    I will get the SPD tab images tonight.

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    Default Re: GA-EP45P-UD3LR S3 Standby Issues

    Ahh, sounds like we are getting closer then!

    It could be a BIOS issue still with this model, because not many people use it so that means not many people report problems so less gets looked at or fixed due to that.

    May just need a bit more voltage is all, and it will be fine to do so. Then if more voltages still are not helping it could be either the BIOS or a slight memory compatibility issue perhaps (Likely BIOS issue though)

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