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I have G. Skill Sniper series ram, x2 4gb that run stock at 1.5v and 1866mhz and with something around 9 10 9 26.

So, i tried to get it up to 2000mhz, got it "stable" at 1960mhz wiht 240 on the bus.

Now, when i go into sleep mode i can't come out of it without hard shut down and reset on psu, please tell me if you know why this is happening, i think it is due to the ram.
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Well, if you reset the RAM back to stock, does the problem occur?
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nope i tried that, and i bought a new psu, still no change, ty for answering though
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hmm i have this problem too. i think its my PSU (it is failing but still enough to run stable right now. torture test passed and everything but when i put it to sleep, no blinking light on the front of my tower. thought it was odd and i looked and its OFF completely. starts booting 4 seconds later, Crash ( power off, dead). Continues to do this until i open my case and hold the MEM! Ok button which ive had to do only once before this happened. now its been about 30 times so im just leaving the panel off.

For me i want to say its the PSU but after reading this and having it seem a little similar, i just dont know. PSU's arent my strong suit.
Another thing is i think it could be my ram too. XMS3's (they are a horrible set to waste money on!) only got them so i could laugh at my friends because i have 8GB... i know its pretty much pointless with how much work i do on this (none, lol its all games).

i would raise the voltage a little on the ram. .25v shouldnt fry it. I had some G.Skill Tridents Low voltage dimms and i always had to have the voltage raised just a little bit or else it was unstable. then again thats not the sniper series but couldnt hurt as long as you dont raise it too high like somebody i know did. lol the ram popped and started on fire.
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What motherboard are you using? My old Gigabyte board had this issue.
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for me i am using the sabertooth 990-fx and i assume jNielson is as well because he/she mentioned the memOk button. I actually have a friend who is having the issue on a Gigabyte board computer as well, he has the Ud7 for amd.

Tell me if turning up the Dram voltage will do it, if so i will do that aswell, thank you for replying
post #7 of 7
you got it. sabertooth 990-fx. although i am now having more probs. just put a evga gtx660 in and 9 days later. turns on for 4 seconds and turns off. i would go into details but i dont wanna jack the thread. im just mentioning it because maybe it has something to do with it (doubt it though).

EDIT: it will boot into the bios with the memok button so i really have no idea.
Edited by JNielson - 9/30/12 at 10:30am
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