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unplug that card see if you still get the same thing.

Which one?
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Which one?

I guess he means the wireless network card alek.
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Recently got a Z77X UD3R. I'm having wake from sleep issues, and am on F9D. The system is very basic and running 100% stock:
i5 3570
8GB Mushkin 1600MHz 8-8-8-24 1.5v
MSI GTX 570
OCZ Vertex 3
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NZXT Hale 650W

From going through the thread, I've seen people suggest the following to resolve sleep problems:
1. Use the red USB ports
2. Try a bios other than F9d
3. Try the power button
4. Try the power button 3 times

Did I miss anything? Basically the rig went to sleep last night and wouldn't wake up.
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Guy finally bought an SSD drive and it's only putting out 205mb/s read instead of 500mb+

Do I need to manually set the board to run in Sata 3?
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noit runs at SATA from the start, however please plug it into the white SATA slots.
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Recently got a Z77X UD3R. I'm having wake from sleep issues, and am on F9D. The system is very basic and running 100% stock:
i5 3570
8GB Mushkin 1600MHz 8-8-8-24 1.5v
MSI GTX 570
OCZ Vertex 3
2TB WD Green
NZXT Hale 650W
From going through the thread, I've seen people suggest the following to resolve sleep problems:
1. Use the red USB ports
2. Try a bios other than F9d
3. Try the power button
4. Try the power button 3 times
Did I miss anything? Basically the rig went to sleep last night and wouldn't wake up.

did you try the power button?
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Recently got a Z77X UD3R. I'm having wake from sleep issues, and am on F9D. The system is very basic and running 100% stock:
i5 3570

Sounds like you may have wireless mouse and keyboard? If so try wired? Also from reading around the Webb, it sounds like these boards like to have CMOS reset, then optimized defaults loaded before flashing or tweaking. I have even seen where some claim they had to remove the battery, but that was for a more serious issue. Sooooo, if i had your issue, i would see if it was a wireless issue, of not i would clear CMOS, flash the original BIOS and go from there.
Don't forget if you are RAID to re-enable it before going into windows after a CMOS or BIOS flash.
    
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did you try the power button?
Yes, but just once. I didn't do the 'press it a few times'. I'll be able to try some things tonight when I get to the machine.
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Sounds like you may have wireless mouse and keyboard? If so try wired? Also from reading around the Webb, it sounds like these boards like to have CMOS reset, then optimized defaults loaded before flashing or tweaking. I have even seen where some claim they had to remove the battery, but that was for a more serious issue. Sooooo, if i had your issue, i would see if it was a wireless issue, of not i would clear CMOS, flash the original BIOS and go from there.
Don't forget if you are RAID to re-enable it before going into windows after a CMOS or BIOS flash.
I'm curious how you jumped to this conclusion. It seems like a rather drastic jump, not to mention wrong. The keyboard/mouse are wired. They were plugged into the blue ports.

Flashing a new bios resets the board to defaults/optimal settings. I upgraded from F7 to F9d when the board arrived, so I'm sure that it's already been reset. This has been stated several times recently... Especially on the last page of this thread.
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(Moved this from top-level thread, I meant to post it in this thread, not to clutter the top of the forum). redface.gif

Been reading these board for a while, and have gotten a lot of good help and learning from them. Never had a question before, but now I do! This is a strange one, that I have not seen reported in this thread before.

I have a GA-Z77X-UD3H motherboard with an Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev. 2 CPU Cooler.

Everything normally works fine with the CPU cooler. It spins a bit when the BIOS loads, then stops. When I boot into Windows, it spins up and runs 900 - 1000 RPM (as reported by CPUID HWMonitor). All is normal, until I run PRIME95.

I go though the PRIME95 configuration, I pick "In-place large FFTs", and click start test.

The instant that the test starts running in earnest, the CPU fan stop spinning! The CPU begins to heat up, but the fan does not kick in.

Not only that, but HWMonitor can't find the fan any longer. It has completely disappeared off the HWMonitor display. Not just sitting there at 0 RPM. Gone!

If I stop the test and reboot the system, the fan is still gone. The fan does not spin, and HWMonitor cannot see it. Yet, the BIOS is OK starting up the system (I believe that the fan still twitches a bit when the BIOS initializes).

If I unplug the system and let it sit for a bit, the fan usually comes back to normal (spins up when Windows begins to load, idles at 900 - 1000 RPM).

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This is really strange, has anyone ever seen anything like this? I'm afraid to play with it much more, because I'm afraid that I will permanently disable the CPU fan somehow.

Other relevant details:

Since installing the fan, I have re-flashed the BIOS (it had the latest non-Beta F11 BIOS both before and after this problem was noticed). I have cleared the CMOS, and loaded optimized defaults. The BIOS settings are mostly stock. Just changed Intel Turbo Boost to "enabled", set the memory XMP to "Profile1", and disabled Legacy USB Support.

The fan settings in the BIOS are "Auto" "Normal" (I also tried "PWM" "Normal" and "Voltage" "Normal"and the same thing happened).

I have double-checked that the 4-pin fan connector is well seated on the pins, multiple times.

The whole system looks like this:

* GA-Z77X-UD3H, F11 BIOS
* Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev. 2 CPU Cooler
* Intel I5 3750K
* G.SKILL 8GB (2 x 4GB) Ripjaws X Series DDR3 1600MHz
* 2x Western Digital 1 TB RE4 SATA 3 Gb in RAID 1 configuration, plugged into the Intel connectors
* Sapphire Radeon HD 7850 OC 2 GB
* SeaSonic X Series X650 Gold
* Uspeed PCI-E to USB 3.0 Internal Combo/ USB 3.0 Hub & USB 2.0 All-in-1 Card Reader
* Lite-On LightScribe 24X SATA DVD+/-RW Dual Layer Drive
* Linksys WMP600N PCI Wireless Adapter
* LCD Monitor plugged into the HDMI port on the Radeon card.
* Windows 7 SP1, 64-bit

Not running Speedfan, EZTune6, or anything like that.

I am running Intel Turbo Boost.

Does anyone have any suggestions or insights into this problem?

Thanks!
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I'm curious how you jumped to this conclusion. It seems like a rather drastic jump, not to mention wrong. The keyboard/mouse are wired. They were plugged into the blue ports.
Flashing a new bios resets the board to defaults/optimal settings. I upgraded from F7 to F9d when the board arrived, so I'm sure that it's already been reset. This has been stated several times recently... Especially on the last page of this thread.

I guess I missed the boat on them being wired, sorry.
I guess Pulling the battery and shorting the terminals and flashing and reloading optimal's are the last thing I would do to make sure before doing an RMA on a board.

I have a UD5H on the way back to Gigabyte because it would not stay in sleep mode, heh, just to name only one of its issues. The darned thing would wake up to do a random reboot sometimes!
I too went wired and with minimal soft & hardware to make sure and it still misbehaved. I tried it all, even the one stick of RAM at a time with a Gigabyte tech on the phone.

Anyway, can't wait to see how you get out of it.
    
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