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Sandy - Fix yet for Sleep on PLL Overvoltage?

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Will there ever be a fix for this yet? My system can go well over 5.0ghz on an overclock, but after 4.9ghz I need to enable PLL Overvoltage to do this. Sadly, I use sleep way too often. I don't like to shut down often, and when I get up and leave the house for a few hours every day, I like to just put it to sleep instead of having it running all day, but with PLL Overvoltage on, it'll never wake up.

This is a really horrible sideffect for this feature that is holding me back. It's keeping me from even looking at how far my processor can go because if I can't get past this wall without being able to put the system to Sleep, it's not practical, and not worth doing to me. Has Intel, or motherboard manufacturers like Asus commented on this recently?
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I heard the issue has been fixed with the new BIOS update, that means you can now use PLL overvoltage with sleep without it going into a boot loop.

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Originally Posted by gonX View Post
I believe they fixed Sleep with PLL Overvoltage enabled.
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Originally Posted by iGuitarGuy View Post
Sleep mode works now. It was a little easier for me to make my overclock stable
http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...ivers-242.html
Edited by munaim1 - 10/13/11 at 12:03pm
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or just get an SSD and shutdown and enjoy your 5second boot
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