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I'm still experiencing the sleep issues. It only works if I'm on the stock clocks. I've tried all the suggestions. Should I rma?
Sleep will not work for me if PLL Overtvoltage is set to Enable. Asus said that if this feature is on, Sleep cannot work by design. This was by an Asus rep on a newegg comment on the pro board. The reason it works on default for you is because it's disabled by default. Try shutting it off and seeing if it works.
Edited by Inverse - 6/21/11 at 1:19am
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Thanks for adding me.

Hoping someone can help me out seeing as ive only had my new build for 3 days now.
I have OC my 2500k to 4.5Ghz and set voltage in BIOS to 1.290v Manual. As soon as I drop the voltage slightly I get a BSOD not long after running Prime95. The error code is 0x00000124. Im not very experienced at OC a PC so please bear with me, lol.
My temps stay under 63c on load and idle around 30-35c dependant on ambient temp.
Im happy at 4.5Ghz and have not tried for 4.6 yet. I just want to make sure my PC is stable for 24/7 use. If there is any way of lowering the voltage through tweaking something id be interested to know.
Im very happy with my P8P67 chipset and super fast Processor
It is a nice cpu and i think it needs all 1.29 do be stable at 4.5ghz.
Personally I would keep it that way, but if u wanna try higher you have to raise the vcore.
Lowering the vcore wont make the system more stable (only the opposite). To test stability use prime, linx, 3dmark and just use if for a couple of days at least normally. If it never bsod, then it's stable.
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Any chance I can be a member of this club ? I have the P8P67 vanilla chipset
Welcome to the Club *Added*


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Wouldn't mind joining this club.

Proud Evo owner~ and yay for Indigo. I love purple hues.



Sleep will not work for me if PLL Overtvoltage is set to Enable. Asus said that if this feature is on, Sleep cannot work by design. This was by an Asus rep on a newegg comment on the pro board. The reason it works on default for you is because it's disabled by default. Try shutting it off and seeing if it works.
Welcome *Add you in a minute*


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I'm still experiencing the sleep issues. It only works if I'm on the stock clocks. I've tried all the suggestions. Should I rma?
Sleep work in my ASUS P8P67 PRO when Internal PLL Overvoltage is Disabled. It may be some problems unique to the WS Revolution you're experiencing.
Edited by turrican9 - 6/21/11 at 8:13am
    
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your BSOD usually means you need to add vcore. at 4.5 ghz 1.290 is kinda low. run your p95 overnight and see if it will be stable at 1.290v. if it remains stable overnight, let it run 24 hrs. if it holds, man, that's awesome.
Well at first I was using AUTO voltage and my CPU was using 1.312v which I thought was rather high for a 4.5Ghz OC. So instead I switched my vcore to manual and started with 1.300v. System was stable after several hrs of Prime95. I continued lowering my vcore in BIOS until I got down to 1.285v. After 10 mins of Prime I got a BSOD. So I upped my voltage then to 1.290v which is were I am now and so far so good but I do have to run Prime now for several hours to see if im stable at this voltage. If not I will slowly continue to raise my vcore until im stable.

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It is a nice cpu and i think it needs all 1.29 do be stable at 4.5ghz.
Personally I would keep it that way, but if u wanna try higher you have to raise the vcore.
Lowering the vcore wont make the system more stable (only the opposite). To test stability use prime, linx, 3dmark and just use if for a couple of days at least normally. If it never bsod, then it's stable.
Yes I am thinking on keeping it at 4.5Ghz but at the same time would be interested to see how far I can go until I start hitting 1.4v which for me would be the maximum.
I understand that anything over 4.5 requires a few more settings being changed in BIOS.

I do have another question. Seeing I have set my CPU as manual vcore at 1.290v I notice it continues to run at this voltage in windows even when the system is idle. I do have Speedstep enabled and expected the vcore to drop down when speed drops down. So would I be right in saying I would have to set my voltage using the Offset option in order to have my vcore lower and raise when under load? Just seems a bit silly to be pumping higher volts through the Processor when my computer isnt doing anything and doe not require them!?. Am I being dumb guys..lol

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That's the disadvantage of using manual vcore. If you want the voltage to downclock, you need to use auto + offset. A combination of where you have LLC and offset should get you just about the same voltage as you have now.
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That's the disadvantage of using manual vcore. If you want the voltage to downclock, you need to use auto + offset. A combination of where you have LLC and offset should get you just about the same voltage as you have now.
So Offset is clearly better than Manual then. I did however read (not sure it it was on this forum) about a bug with using the Offset and being careful to make sure the Offset is set at the correct numbers because some guy said about his Offset automatically changing and almost booting with a very high Offset. That worried me about using that setting.
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This just gets better and better with this integrated audio trash.
I just woke up and now i have no audio from my rear port (green).
I plugged in headphones to the front headphone port to make sure it wasn't my sound system, and all of the sudden the sound works out the back, and no audio comes from the headphones
I opened up the realtek manager, which i don't use, it thinks that headphones are plugged in when not, and it thinks the mic is plugged in and the headphones arent when the headphones are plugged in.
However it detects that the rear port is always plugged in, unless i unplug it of course.
I've messed with the settings, disable all that auto popup crap, so i'm just going to leave a jack always plugged in and not even bother with sweeping/reinstalling.
I can't wait to get a dedicated card, this is garbage lol.

Edit: OKAY WTH, now my audio is clear as a bell with the front port detection desync?
I used to have distortion with low quality sound, and now its fine?
I just unplugged the whole front panel plug from my motherboard and it thinks that headphones are plugged into it still, so its not my front panel at all.
Edited by Thogar - 6/21/11 at 10:05am
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wow sorry to hear you are having issues with the mobo thogar, i hope you find a simple solution for that.

@frank31uk: i think that's the bug when changing profiles. you just need to double check your settings before saving. (this is posted on the first page) http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...l#post13493195

also, i found something nice today, i was using high llc and +0.040 offset to have a stable 4.5 ghz. i went to ultra high llc with +0.015 and i was able to go up to 4.6, 8 hrs stable. and now going for 4.7, running p95 for almost 3 hrs now. i wanna see how long this will go.
Edited by Nethermir - 6/21/11 at 10:22am
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@frank31uk: i think that's the bug when changing profiles. you just need to double check your settings before saving. (this is posted on the first page) http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...l#post13493195
Thank you Nethermir. That was the post I read. Im going to have a go at using that +offset method later as opposed to manual. And I will double check my settings before saving my OC profile. Well done on your 4.6 OC and best of luck with 4.7! What voltage are you using for the 4.7 m8?
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how safe clock i5 2500k with CM Hyper 212+??
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