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    Default Re: x79-ud3 does not wake up from sleep mode, power cycling

    Quote Originally Posted by parsec View Post
    Some users of my board claimed a different power supply cured the problem, and strangely it was cheaper, older power supplies that worked for them. The best hint I ever found was in a Windows log (Event Log) that logged the wake from Sleep error. It said a driver had not responded in the expected amount of time, taking longer than ~500ms. That might be related to the amount of time it took the power supply to send its "Power Good" signal to the board, which on many newer power supplies was supposedly longer than the ATX spec, at ~800ms.
    In a last ditch attempt to fix this issue I tried a new PSU, it was cheap and claims 975watts...unlikely. It is a Shaw 975 MAX. The computer still displays the same issues though:
    - doesn't come out of sleep
    - boot loops before it shows the BIOS start up screen
    - losing the second video card and requiring multiple boots to see it again.

    I will try rickfabio's 'energy efficient ethernet' suggestion.
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    Default Re: x79-ud3 does not wake up from sleep mode, power cycling

    I don't know where you found that ,I been searching for a fix for ever but that disabling 'energy efficient ethernet' worked for me now my computer works just like it did with my X58 board.It actually wakes up now when I click my mouse instead of haveing to push the power button.
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    Default Re: x79-ud3 does not wake up from sleep mode, power cycling

    Quote Originally Posted by john19055 View Post
    I don't know where you found that ,I been searching for a fix for ever but that disabling 'energy efficient ethernet' worked for me now my computer works just like it did with my X58 board.It actually wakes up now when I click my mouse instead of haveing to push the power button.
    Unfortunately my board (G1.Assassin.2) has a Bigfoot Killer Nic in it and doesn't ave this option in the bios :(
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    Default Re: x79-ud3 does not wake up from sleep mode, power cycling

    Quote Originally Posted by rickfabio View Post
    I too experienced this on my x79 Ud3 and upgraded to ud5 with the same problem....
    What sorted it out for me was disabling 'energy efficient ethernet' which is set active by default in the power settings of the ethernet adaptor.
    Haven't had it happen since, been 2 months now.
    Nice find! I will try this out now. I'll reply soon.
    By the way guys, the Energy Efficient Ethernet option is found if you go to Device Manager -> network adapters -> right click, then properties on your network adapter (mine said Intel(R) 82579V Gigabit Network Connection) -> Power Management tab at the top of the window, and it should be the third option in Power Saver Options.
    Last edited by sshu; 01-24-2013 at 08:39 AM.

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    Default Re: x79-ud3 does not wake up from sleep mode, power cycling

    I was going to say it is not in the bios.What sshu said.It is in windows in the device manager,click on network adapters and on the properties under power management just disabling 'energy efficient ethernet'I still can't believe that fixed it .I had my computer go to sleep and woke it after a couple of hours and soon as I clicked my mouse it started up and works fine now.Great find ,where did you find this out at ,I have been searching and talking to gigabyte and occourse they wanted me to upgrade my BIOS which did nothing.Then they wanted me to reinstall my windows ,I gave up on them I had just reinstalled my windows because I bought a new harddrive.
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    Default Re: x79-ud3 does not wake up from sleep mode, power cycling

    Sorry it took me a long time to reply.

    But the good news is, the Energy Efficient Ethernet fix is working 100%. No boot loops. I just woke up my computer this morning after 10 hours in sleep mode.

    EDIT: I just tried to wake up my computer the next morning, and it boot looped! D:
    Last edited by sshu; 02-03-2013 at 08:56 PM.

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    Default Re: x79-ud3 does not wake up from sleep mode, power cycling

    Yes it seem after so many hours it messes up ,I went a couple of days thinking everthing was fine but after around 10 hours it did the boot mess up ,but it works if it is woke up under a certain amount of time.
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    Default Re: x79-ud3 does not wake up from sleep mode, power cycling

    If anyone is still following this thread, this is a common issue when using a graphics card (as almost off of us do nowadays). Anyway, I just bought one of these boards and had the same issue with my current card, a GTX 560 Ti, but applied a tried-and-true fix. The reason for the boot loop has to do with the Active State Power Management (ASPM) setting for the PCI bus. If enabled, the graphics card cannot draw current from the PSU quickly enough (some other device usually beats it to the punch), and the BIOS interprets the condition as a missing graphics card and responds with a reboot. However, the reboot does not actually resume the computer from S3 state, so when it reboots it is still asleep and the process repeats. I've had some vicious cycles where unplugging the computer didn't even help, and the only thing that stopped the loop was resetting the CMOS.

    To disable ASPM, open the Power Options Control Panel, click Change plan settings, then Change advanced power settings. Next, expand PCI Express / Link State Power Management, and then change the setting to Off. If set to moderate or maximum, then ASPM is on and the computer will not resume from S3. There are plenty of articles that go into depth, but setting ASPM off instructs the BIOS to continue providing voltage to the PCI bus during the S3 state. Then, when resuming, the graphics card can draw current immediately thus preventing this issue.

    BTW, this is why the Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) settings solves the problem for some while only partially solving it for others, or solves it for awhile, because EEE is the ASPM implementation for the LAN Link. Depending on the combination of the LAN device and graphics card, the BIOS timing with the supply voltages for the LAN Link and PCI Bus might happen to work, but it's only due to dumb luck.

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    Default Re: x79-ud3 does not wake up from sleep mode, power cycling

    Quote Originally Posted by maxotto View Post

    To disable ASPM, open the Power Options Control Panel, click Change plan settings, then Change advanced power settings. Next, expand PCI Express / Link State Power Management, and then change the setting to Off. If set to moderate or maximum, then ASPM is on and the computer will not resume from S3. There are plenty of articles that go into depth, but setting ASPM off instructs the BIOS to continue providing voltage to the PCI bus during the S3 state. Then, when resuming, the graphics card can draw current immediately thus preventing this issue.

    BTW, this is why the Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) settings solves the problem for some while only partially solving it for others, or solves it for awhile, because EEE is the ASPM implementation for the LAN Link. Depending on the combination of the LAN device and graphics card, the BIOS timing with the supply voltages for the LAN Link and PCI Bus might happen to work, but it's only due to dumb luck.
    Really appreciate the post maxotto! Great explanation. Still following this thread of course, since replies get sent to my email. I'll try this out when I get home in about 30 minutes and report back. Thanks again.

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    Default Re: x79-ud3 does not wake up from sleep mode, power cycling

    Quote Originally Posted by maxotto View Post
    ...applied a tried-and-true fix.
    Hmmm, I probably should have waited a few days after the build to post, but I did find an anomaly. I'm not sure if it's Windows 8 or the particular combination of hardware in this PC, but it seems there is a difference between putting the computer to sleep vs. letting it fall asleep. It fell asleep two nights ago and it boot looped in the morning, but as a test, I put it to sleep last night and it woke up fine this morning. My guess is that it's the timing differences between the components falling off vs. the sequence of events when explicitly telling it to sleep.

    For now, I'm setting the sleep option to Never and then putting it to sleep at the end of the day. This sleep thing is hard to diagnose because each test takes 24 hours.

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