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So I've recently noticed a problem with sleep mode researched it and tried to see if it was a Windows problem. Well it wasn't, after going to default UEFI bios sleep mode worked fine and the computer oddly as a whole was much snappier. Loading in and shutting down much faster then before with my 4.7ghz oc. Now I'm left trying to figure out what could be causing the freezing and slower pc from my settings in bios. I had a 1.38vcore and all the traditional settings, just want to know if anyone has any clues on what their first thought would be, on what would cause a problem like this in bios? As for the 4.7ghz/ 1.38v settings it ran stable never going above 74c on intel burn test for 35 runs max settings. Thanks for any support.
    
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the bios and overclocking are whats causing it. for some reason sleep doesnt like the pll overvoltage. disable sleep or pllovervoltage, but without pll overvoltage your OC might not be stable
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the bios and overclocking are whats causing it. for some reason sleep doesnt like the pll overvoltage. disable sleep or pllovervoltage, but without pll overvoltage your OC might not be stable

Hmm, thank you I will try this hopefully I can get it to run stable without it. What exactly does pll overvoltage do though that could cause this?
    
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im not sure why it causes it but it has to do with some incompatibility between the two. my guess would be some type of voltage instability when in sleep. i have heard of people being able to have it sdleep for a couple hours with no issue while overnight it will crash
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im not sure why it causes it but it has to do with some incompatibility between the two. my guess would be some type of voltage instability when in sleep. i have heard of people being able to have it sdleep for a couple hours with no issue while overnight it will crash
Hmm well I tried disabling Overvoltage but it did nothing, though I did lower my speed to 4.5ghz and 1.3vcore and everything worked great I'm going to try fiddling with it to try to get sleep mode working with the right speed/vcore.
    
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goodluck! i would just turn off sleep personally
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PLL Overvoltage will help you boot at higher multi's. If you don't need it to get into Windows you should disable it. It doesn't work with sleep mode though, so if you need it disable sleep mode.

Try 4.7 without sleep, and if that still doesn't work it is probably a sign of instability. If you can pass a 12 hr run of prime95 with 90% RAM that is the best way to test for stability. IBT can pass and prime can fail, so you should try prime.
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PLL Overvoltage will help you boot at higher multi's. If you don't need it to get into Windows you should disable it. It doesn't work with sleep mode though, so if you need it disable sleep mode.
Apparently Asus fixed the sleep issue with PLL overvoltage with their latest BIOS reversion. I should think that all the other's should follow really soon, be sure to check your Official Asrock thread for more info!!! Just a little heads up
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Well now I simply have fixed 4.5 ghz and my vcore on auto at about 1.31-35vcore oddly it maxes at 1.31vcore on load on max ram and 16threads on intel burn test stable after 30runs max 64c and 1.35 idle and it seems to have fixed everything. Everything boots fine, sleep works awesome. I don't feel like messing with it anymore it becomes it's too tiresome I'd rather just play some games besides I'm sure the performance difference from 4.5ghz to 4.7 isn't much is it? If I need the extra boost later I'll mess with it again. But it definitely has something to do with the voltage/speed, possibly PLL overvoltage as well but I have it turned on now and sleep works fine. Thanks for the help guys.
    
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