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Sabertooth X79 doesn't like to wake up.

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Sabertooth X79

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I have the same issue with this same video on AMD system back then whenever I put my computer to sleep and wake it up. The screen stays off (no video output) but the computer does turns on and run. I fixed it by turning some option in the BIOS to like Auto on some S1 mode etc...

 

Now I'm on Intel system, it does the same thing. The video card just won't wake up or something (I assume it's the video card due it did the same on my old AMD system). Additional my keyboard lights up except my G5 mouse.

 

Any idea on Sabertooth X79 bios? I'm still quite new to the Intel BIOS atm.

 
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post #2 of 6
Reinstall your intel chipset driver, reinstall your graphics driver to a known stable version. Last thing I'd do is turn off Processor C States (depends on your board for what this is called exactly, but it'll be obvious once you find it) if the first two don't work. Reason this is my last resort is on some motherboards it means the fans don't turn off when you put the computer to sleep.
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post #3 of 6
Did you get to the bottom of this?

I've just built a system using the Sabertooth X79 and a GTX670 and twice now when I've woken it from sleep there is no video output, and although the mouse and keyboard are illuminated pressing caps or num lock does not toggle the leds on the keyboard.

Aslo the DRAM led is lit on the motherboard, although extensive stress testing has had no problems.

The weird thing is it has happened two nights in a row when I come home from work, yet if I wake it in the morning it's fine, and if I put it to sleep and wake it a short while later it's fine.

I do have all the C states enabled so I'm going to turn them off, drivers are the latest downloaded and installed along with the O/S as it's a new build only days ago.

I'll post the spec here, not add it to my profile as it's a build for a friend:

Carbide Series 400R Mid-Tower Case
750W Corsair AX Series 80PLUS Gold Modular Power Supply
Asus Sabertooth X79, Intel X79 Chipset
Intel i7-3930K overclocked to 4.5GHz
Corsair H100 Watercooling
16GB Total (4x4GB) Corsair Vengeance LP, DDR3, 1600MHz
Asus GeForce GTX 670 915MHz 2GB PCI-Express 3.0 HDMI
Crucial RealSSD M4 128GB - Solid State Drive - CT128M4SSD2
Western Digital 2TB Caviar Black WD2002FAEX Hard Drive
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Edimax EW-7612PIn V2 300Mbps Wireless 802.11 b/g/n PCI Express Adapter
Dynamode 4 Port (3x External + 1x Internal) 1394a Firewire 400 PCI Controller
Windows 7 Professional 64bit OEM Operating System, SP1

Edit: Turning off C states made no difference, loaded optimised defaults to see if that makes a difference.

Edit: Optimised Bios defaults did not cure the problem, however Dram LED was not on this time.
Edited by Ronski - 6/26/12 at 11:06pm
post #4 of 6
It seems that disabling C1E allows the computer to wake from sleep.

Increasing the voltage from 1.325v to 1.45v with C1E enabled would also fix the problem, seeing as a lower voltage is better I've just left C1E disabled.
post #5 of 6
See if you can go to a little over 4.5Ghz and do the same. Mine would not wake up at all at over 4.5Ghz even though it passes all the tests and run stable 24x7 at 4.7Ghz regardless of C1E setting.
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Your about six months too late, built it for someone at work, so don't have access to it now.
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