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hello all, fairly new here.

I found a couple of people with similar problems with me but couldn't find a solution.

I have the p8z77-v pro paired with a 3770k. check sig for detailed info.
The problem is once I put my computer to sleep, sometimes it wont wake up. It will either show the login page and I loose function of keyboard + mouse or show a black screen with the cursor but no function. I have to manually power down using the pwr button or reset. The thing is, its only sometimes and it is really aggravating. Does it have to do with the cpu c-states?

I have this same issue with my p8Z77-V, I think its the 1805 bios. At least it only started once I flashed to that version. And my rig doesn't even sleep - I can just leave it sitting there for ~12-15 hours with monitor off, turn it on and the damn thing is frozen. The only thing that helped really was to not have the monitor turn off after xmins, which kind of sucks.
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Has anyone tried to get the WiFi Go to start the computer with WOL?
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Bios 1617 ,1709 ,1805 for Deluxe not support my keyboard Roccat Isku and mause Roccat Kone XTD ,what to do mad.gif
rolled back to version 1504 input devices started to work correctly ,but how to fix the problem on the new version of the BIOS(((
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Bios 1617 ,1709 ,1805 for Deluxe not support my keyboard Roccat Isku and mause Roccat Kone XTD ,what to do mad.gif
rolled back to version 1504 input devices started to work correctly ,but how to fix the problem on the new version of the BIOS(((

I have this problem too. My keyboard spits out random keys if you put the cursor on an entry field, the fix is to unplug it once in the bios and then replug it back in and it should work fine then. annoying when you are constantly going back in to the bios to change things..
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Ok, support people…… I need your help….smile.gif

I have an ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe (Rev1.02) motherboard with Bios 1805. I have an Intel 3770K CPU with Corsair H100i cooler. See attached signature.
My problem I am having, I want to set my CPU Clock to 4500Mhz I have set it to different multipliers and/or Bus Clock’s and no matter what I do, it never shows in, i.e. CPUZ, AIDA64, SiSoftware to what I have set in the Bios. It is always a lower setting, about 200Mhz less or more.

Has anyone else run across issue? I know this is overclocking, but this should be conservative to overclocking, I would think. If you watch the Asus stuff on YouTube, and reviews on the internet, this should be a piece of cake for 4500MHz. What I’m not understanding, is why when you adjust the Multiplier in the Bios, why you get a different CPU clock, in Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1?

I like the ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe, but I’m wondering if I should get something different, that doesn’t have this issue, i.e. maybe the Maximus V Formula, or the GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-UP5 TH. Still not sure if purchaesing one of these would fix the CPU clock issue.

Please Help…
    
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I hope this will make more sense.......



My setting in the Bios are as follow:

Core Speed: 4545
Multiplier: 44
Bus Speed: 103.3
Edited by mkimbro - 2/24/13 at 7:49pm
    
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It's the 17xx and 18xx BIOS that sucks, it does that. It does that for me too and it's even worse if you try and go back to factory settings (for me at least) - that won't happen, it all looks good in BIOS but boot up and it's still whatever Multi you used last time and it got stuck to using. Only way I can make it do that is by using the jumper to clear it all.
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Thank you for the replay, I do appreciate the help… This is frustrating.

I know overclocking is not a perfect or guarantee. But really… when you look at website and/or youtube for ASUS motherboards, that tout you can overclock you system, especially ”@” moderate settings you should not have to many problems.

But when your motherboard bios is set to one thing and software in windows 7 says something else… there’s got to be something wrong. frown.gif
    
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Flash older BIOS and the problem should go away.. try 1617? Then come back when ASUS has updated and see if they've fixed it, their FTP site seems down (at least for me), maybe they're updating new BIOS files (one can wish).
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Has anyone tried to get the WiFi Go to start the computer with WOL?

i tried.. but with the asus app the WOL don't work.. with another app yes.. mad.gif
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