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    Default Re: GA-MA770T-UD3P - PC doesn't resume from S3 state.

    So I tried 1.7V and 1.9V but it didn't solve the problem. I don't know how much I should set to NB voltage. Also there are two items "NB voltage" and "CPU NB VID".

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    Default Re: GA-MA770T-UD3P - PC doesn't resume from S3 state.

    I believe it is CPU NB VID you need to increase, but you may need to do both.

    Not sure, hopefully Artdrivers will help you soon

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    Default Re: GA-MA770T-UD3P - PC doesn't resume from S3 state.

    Maybe these settings will help.
    Setting memory voltage is a must.
    How about we try at DDR1333Mhz then if it goes good you may bump it to DDR1600Mhz
    When you change settings you must save and exit. then reboot before settings will take effect. You can always go back to Load Optimized Defaults. If for some reason you can't boot just clear cmos.
    Let us know how this goes.
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    MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.)
     Advanced Clock Calibratioin [Press Enter]
    CPU Clock Ratio [Auto] 2800 Mhz
    CPU NorthBridge Freq. [Auto] 2000 Mhz
    CPU Host Clock Control [Auto]
    x CPU Frequency (MHz) 200
    PCIE Clock (MHz) [Auto]
    HT Link Frequency [Auto]
    Set Memory Clock [Auto]
    x Memory Clock x667 or 800 1333Mhz or 1600Mhz
     DRAM Configuration [Press Enter]
    ******** System Voltage Optimized ********
    System Voltage Control [Manual]
    x CPU NB VID Control +0.02v
    x CPU Voltage Control Auto
    Normal CPU Vcore 1.2500V
    x DRAM Voltage control +0.4
    x DDR VTT Voltage Control Auto
    x NB Voltage Control Auto
    x SB/HT Voltage Control Auto
    x NB PCIE Voltage Control Auto
    Please be sure to set Timing Items to manual then save and exit reboot go back to DRAM Conguration to set the timing values manually. Do not pay attention to the AUTO or SPD values they are greyed for reference only. Setting timings Lower is faster, but higher is more stable and reliable.
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    CPU Host Clock Control [Auto]
    x CPU Frequency (MHz) 200
    Set Memory Clock [Auto]
    x Memory Clock x5.33 1066Mhz
    DCTs Mode [Unganged]
    DDR3 Timing Items [Manual] SPD Auto
    x CAS# latency 9T
    x RAS to CAS R/W Delay 9T
    x Row Precharge Time 9T
    x Minimum RAS Active Time 27T
    x 1T/2T Command Timing Auto --unknown Try 2T first then 1T
    x TwTr Command Delay unknown 5T or 7T
    x Trfc0 for DIMM1 Auto 110ns 110ns
    x Trfc2 for DIMM2 Auto - - - -
    x Trfc1 for DIMM3 Auto - - - -
    x Trfc3 for DIMM4 Auto - - - -
    x Write Recovery Time Auto 8T 8T
    x Precharge Time Auto 3T 3T
    x Row Cycle Time 36T or 37T
    x RAS to RAS Delay Auto 4T 4T
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    Default Re: GA-MA770T-UD3P - PC doesn't resume from S3 state.

    Thank you for help. I tried setting your values, but nothing changed.

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    Default Re: GA-MA770T-UD3P - PC doesn't resume from S3 state.

    The values did not change? Did you set the memory down to 1333Mhz too?
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    Default Re: GA-MA770T-UD3P - PC doesn't resume from S3 state.

    Values were changed. I meant that problem isn't fixed by changing values.

    The only difference from your values is that you advice +0.02 for NB VID, but my BIOS provides +0.025, so used that. But I think it shouldn't change much.
    I tried underclocking RAM to 800 MHz (clock set to 4.00x) but then the "Warning! Now System is in Safe Mode. Please re-setting Frequency in the CMOS setup." message is received every time.
    Last edited by Big Muscle; 05-21-2010 at 04:46 PM.

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    Default Re: GA-MA770T-UD3P - PC doesn't resume from S3 state.

    Oh ok
    We know it's not the values. It still could be the memory. Can you use Memtest 86+ 4.10 to test the memory? Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool
    Mine works fine. I put it to sleep by pressing start then clicking the arrow next to shut down, then sleep. The monitor will go into standby. It will load memory then shut the computer off, lights fans and harddrive. When I press enter, or hit the power switch it comes back on. It does this best when I am in Balanced mode.
    Just for me to be sure you are putting it to sleep and not just Hibernate, or Hyper-Sleep Check the instructons again for Windows 7 Sleep and hibernation: frequently asked questions
    They say
    If sleep or hibernate aren't available, it might be for one or more of the following reasons:
    •Your video card might not support sleep. Update the driver for your video card, or check the information that came with your computer about your video card and supported drivers. For more information, see Update drivers: recommended links.
    •Some settings are managed by your system administrator. For more information, see Why won't Windows allow me to change a system setting?
    •Sleep and other power-saving states are turned off in your computer's basic input/output system (BIOS). To turn on sleep, restart your computer, and then enter the BIOS setup. As your computer starts, instructions typically appear on the screen that indicate which key or keyboard shortcut you must press to enter the BIOS setup process. Because not all computer manufacturers use the same BIOS, different keys are assigned for this purpose. To learn more, check the information that came with your computer or go to the manufacturer’s website.
    •If the hibernate option is missing, you might have hybrid sleep turned on.
    You may need a bios update. Below are the power settings I am using.
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    Power Management Setup
    ACPI Suspend Type [S3 STR]
    Soft-Off by Power button [Instant-off]
    USB Wake Up from S3 [Enabled]
    Modem Ring Resume [Disabled]
    PME Event Wake Up [Enabled]
    HPET Support (Note) [Enabled]
    Power On By Mouse [Disabled]
    Power On By Keyboard [Disabled]
    x KB Power ON Password Enter
    AC Back Function [Soft-Off]
    Power-On by Alarm [Disabled]
    x Date (of Month) Everyday
    x Resume Time (hh:mm:ss) 0 : 0 : 0
    Last edited by artdrivers; 05-21-2010 at 09:05 PM.
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    Default Re: GA-MA770T-UD3P - PC doesn't resume from S3 state.

    As I remember correctly I ran Memtest (now I'm not sure whether it was Memtest86 or different software) when I built my computer half year ago and it ended without any errors. But I will run it again to be sure.
    I have two RAM modules inserted in my board. If I remove one of them, S3 still doesn't work.

    And yes, I'm putting computer into sleep. Hibernation works correctly. When I set BIOS settings to S1(POS) and use sleep, it works. My computer behaves in following way:

    Hibernation:
    Monitor goes to standby, HDD is working for some time, then computer is powered off. Pushing "Power on" button on case, computer powers on, go through POST, Windows "Resuming..." screen, logon screen etc.

    Sleep with S1 in BIOS:
    Monitor goes to standby, some devices (HDD) are powered off, but computer still looks running (fans are spinning, LED is blinking). When pushing "Power on" button on case, I hear that HDDs are starting, logon screen appears after a few seconds.

    Sleep with S3 in BIOS:
    I tested this state with two Windows settings - hybrid sleep on and hybrid sleep off.
    In both modes, the computer is powered off. When hybrid sleep is ON, it saves the content to HDD so it takes longer time to power off - exactly ssme behaviour as for hibernation.
    Pushing "Power on" button on case, computer powers on, go through POST but then it shows that warning message and POST error. I select "Last known good", computer is restarted, goes through POST and starts loading Windows.
    - in case of hybrid sleep ON => resuming same as from hibernation
    - in case of hybrid sleep OFF => screen "Windows was not shut down correctly..." appears. Then Windows performs clean boot.

    (When cable is removed when computer is in S3 sleep, POST error isn't displayed).
    Last edited by Big Muscle; 05-21-2010 at 09:07 PM.

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    Default Re: GA-MA770T-UD3P - PC doesn't resume from S3 state.

    OK another thing it could be if the memory and memory settings are good. After reading my last post you are more than likly checking if your video card drivers are up to date and video card bios could be the problem as well. Does Gainward offer bios updates? http://www.gainward.com/support/vga/...ool_NV_7_8.zip
    One more thing to test is the power supply. The 5VSB needs to be 2.5amp or more. More if you are using USB devices especially USB hubs and such. The Enermax PSU is a very good brand but, may be faulty on the 5vsb rail, or a tad low on power. If something at wakeup is draining the power supply enough, like the USB device or video card. The 5VSB rail may be dropping enough on it's power to not maintain enough amperage to keep the memory responsive. Thus a memory dump and configuration problem. Have you tried disconnecting the USB devices then try sleep again?
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    Default Re: GA-MA770T-UD3P - PC doesn't resume from S3 state.

    I don't have much time to run my computer in DOS mode now, so I made only a quick tests now.

    Using 1600 MHz (Memory Clock: 8.00x) and timings set to manual and SPD columns value, Memtest fails in #Test 5. Running Test 5 only is enough to reproduce these errors. It's not always same memory address but it was always between 3200 - 3300 MB. I guess it's because shown SPD values are 9-9-9-24 but my RAM is 9-9-9-27.


    Using Auto timings or your values (which are correct 9-9-9-27 for me), tests are without errors.

    When I have time, I will run memtest for few hours to see what happens.

    My BIOS is updated. Problem is with BIOS F3, F7, F8a (Gigabyte support sent me this version as a response to another problem I have - described here in another topic).
    Power Management Setup is set to same values as yours.

    edit:
    Video drivers are updated (test with Windows default drivers and nVidia drivers). I'm not sure whether Gainward provide bios update.
    I just tried removing all USB devices and all cables (network, audio), but problem still appears. Is it somehow possible to check power supply voltages? I don't have another power supply to test nor any voltage meter. Speedfan shows following values:
    Last edited by Big Muscle; 05-21-2010 at 10:55 PM.

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