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    Default Re: Two Problems: GA-Z68XP-UD4

    what dram voltage are you using? and what amount of qpi/vtt voltage at 4.6ghz?
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    Default Re: Two Problems: GA-Z68XP-UD4

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    what dram voltage are you using? and what amount of qpi/vtt voltage at 4.6ghz?
    I'm using 1.600 V for RAM (RAM is 1.65V) and RAM is running at 1333MHz, and QPI/VTT is 1.125V. The only other voltages that are different from "stock" are:

    System Agent = 0.930V (stock is 0.920)
    Vcore = 1.230V (stock is 1.200)
    CPU PLL = 1.810V (stock is 1.800)

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    Default Re: Two Problems: GA-Z68XP-UD4

    Unless you have one hell of a chip, 1.23 Vcore at 4.6 GHz seems way too low. I would try higher Vcore.

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    Default Re: Two Problems: GA-Z68XP-UD4

    could test with dram voltage at 1.66v and qpi/vtt at 1.15v see if it improves from sleep resume,are you manually setting the timings? if not i would do that aswell according to your ram
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    Default Re: Two Problems: GA-Z68XP-UD4

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    could test with dram voltage at 1.66v and qpi/vtt at 1.15v see if it improves from sleep resume,are you manually setting the timings? if not i would do that aswell according to your ram
    Thanks for the reply and I'll try your suggestion. However, I'm not sure why that would solve the problem. The machine is stable at 4.6GHz (although I haven't run Prime95 yet). When I wake it up from S3 sleep, it is running at 1.6GHz (16X). When I run ET6, it shows Core 1 running at 16X and the other 3 cores at 34X (not sure of exact number as I'm not on computer right now). With ET6, I can bring all 4 multipliers back up to 46 and it then runs fine until I put it to sleep. Then the cycle starts over again. Yes, I have manually set the RAM timings.

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    Default Re: Two Problems: GA-Z68XP-UD4

    well it could just be a bios bug or incompatibility issue with the bios and that make/model of ram and sleep,i know its stable in tests but s3 sleep saves your computers state to your ram and resumes from it when it wakes up,if a ram setting or related voltage isnt enough or is slightly off it wont wake up properly,if it doesnt cure or improve it put the settings back and see whether any new bios's fix it,i remember my mb having the same issue for a good few months after release,but newer bios's fixed it
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    Default SOLVED: Two Problems: GA-Z68XP-UD4

    Well, I think I've solved my last remaining problem, that of the CPU multiplier changing to a low value (16X) after coming out of S3 sleep. What I found the problem to be was that I had "Real-Time Ratio Changes in OS" enabled in the BIOS. This allowed me to use ET6 to change the voltages & multiplier to find the optimum overclock voltages & frequency. After disabling this feature, the multiplier value now holds after coming out of sleep.

    Thanks to all who participated in this thread, I appreciate it.

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    Default Re: Two Problems: GA-Z68XP-UD4

    glad it was something simple
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