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April 29, 2011 4:08:20 AM

My new rig isn't coming out of sleep, no matter how long i leave it on. Sometimes I try after 5 sec, then 10 min. It still wont come out of sleep. Everything turns on, the monitor will not display anything, I have to force shut off to get it out, restart doesnt seem to get it out of sleep. When i fully shut down it will come back how i left the computer before the slept......idk my 1156 rig doesn't do that fancy thing, maybe hint of something

Spec:
i7 2600k- not OC to keep everything stable for now
p8p67 deluxe
4 x 4gb g.skill 1600mhz 1.5v LA9
2 x 6950 in CF
OCZ ZX 1250w
1 vertex 2 120gb, 1 vertex 3 120gb, 1 Hitachi 1tb, 1 caviar black 1tb,
BIOS is at 1305
I updated the ccc, and it's a clean install on win7 with all the updates.

I tried with 1 6950, it worked for a few sleep runs, but then i switch the GPU to see if it the gpu is bad. When tried to turn on the computer, it turned on/off 3 times(Asus logo didn't show) until it fully started running. The computer couldn't come out of sleep with the switched GPU. So i tried the one suppose to work, but it wouldn't come out of sleep also. So im pretty stumped on what the problem is.....

Also a weird problem is sometimes, when i try to turn the computer on it will go on/off like 1-3 cycles, for now the problem seem to be gone.....but idk what started it. BIOS is at 1305

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a b V Motherboard
April 29, 2011 3:23:08 PM

I had this problem and the fix was to pull the cmos batter from the motherboard for 5 minutes and put it back in.

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April 30, 2011 11:21:43 AM

geekapproved said:
I had this problem and the fix was to pull the cmos batter from the motherboard for 5 minutes and put it back in.

Tried it, it didnt work... :( 
I forgot to mention also, the q-table code LED shows EA - S3 resume boot script error

After i remove the cmos battery now it shows E1 boot script execution, also 1 cycle of turning on/off and then nothing showing up on the monitor, but everything is running.
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a b V Motherboard
April 30, 2011 8:30:13 PM

Please keep us updated on what ends up happening with this. I'm going to be making my Sandy Bridge buys in a month or two and would like to keep abreast of the issues folks are running into...

Thanks!
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April 30, 2011 9:50:28 PM

fullofzen said:
Please keep us updated on what ends up happening with this. I'm going to be making my Sandy Bridge buys in a month or two and would like to keep abreast of the issues folks are running into...

Thanks!


I found the problem myself......it's the intel board problem, you have to disable pll overvoltage on bios or the computer will not sleep probably.
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578865

"Improved BCLK and DRAM OC capabilities when enabling the “Internal PLL Overvoltage” option in BIOS. Note - Sleep/Hibernate will not operate properly due to Intel Specs."

thats from the forum....pll overvotage was kept enable by default,
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May 27, 2011 10:06:49 PM

Have you had any issues with overclocking when disabling the PLL Overvoltage?
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