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    Default Re: P67A-UD5-B3 Sleep issue

    Ya what happens is that PLL Overvolt is disabled on resume, so the overclocks fail. I am not sure if they can fix this or not, it may be up to Intel to change in the microcode?

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    Default Re: P67A-UD5-B3 Sleep issue

    Quick update:

    I have tried BIOS F2, F3, F3C, F4, F5...
    The only BIOS where sleep works OK is F2.

    Every other BIOS version I have tried messes up Sleep when OC'd. Either reboot loops, or blank screen and no keyboard. I just gave F5 a go for the 3rd time, and even at 4.2Ghz with manual voltages (LinX stable) and all CPU features disabled (including PLL overV) the PC won't wake up..

    With F2 the only problem I have had at 4.4Ghz is flashing lights on G15 Keyboard on wake up. This happens once a month or so, and all I need to do is unplug the keyboard and plug it back in to get things back to normal.
    I also run F2 @ 4.4 with all CPU features enabled and working (C1E, EIST,...) except for CPU PLL OVerV....

    So, something happened after F2 that completely messes up Sleep when OC'd (on my system).
    Anyone else using this board here? Am I missing a new setting in latest BIOS's that needs to be changed?

    Any info would be appreciated, I am stuck on this old BIOS until this is fixed :(

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    Default Re: P67A-UD5-B3 Sleep issue

    Did you try any of the beta's at all? I've never been a fan of final versions, and that looks like all you tested correct?

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    Default Re: P67A-UD5-B3 Sleep issue

    Hey LSD,

    Thanks for the reply.
    Yes, only Beta I tried was F3C... I'll give some of the other Betas a go.

    Cheers!
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    Default Re: P67A-UD5-B3 Sleep issue

    Update:

    Newest F6 Bios works!

    Using all settings from F2 and Sleep works perfect.
    Only minor difference is:
    -I could use F2 with auto voltage (1.35v) and have C1E + EIST working.
    -With F6, auto voltage is 1.22v with a 44X multi, so I have to set voltage manually and cannot use C1E etc... (CPU voltage on Normal + DVID does not work very well for me either, on any BIOS...)

    It's probably placebo but my comp "feels" faster now. lol. Thanks Gigabyte :)
    Windows 7 Pro 64 | OCZ Vertex 120 | Cosmos S
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    Default Re: P67A-UD5-B3 Sleep issue

    thanks a lot

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