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Ok so just upgraded to this Crucial Ballistix 2x4GB and i am having a problem when i put the computer to sleep, it freezes upon waking up and will either display a black screen or freezes at the log on screen. I know it has something to do with the OC, because it will run fine and wake fine when running @ 1500mhz but when i enable XMP @ 1866 is when it starts having this problem. The weird thing is its only affecting the sleep, the computer is still prime95 stable and memtest86 passed 3 times with no errors (while running at 1866). XMP is automatically setting all the timings and settings correctly as far as i can see but if i need to post pictures of my BIOS let me know. Any help is appreciated

The first pic is stable and will wake from sleep, the second is stable until i put it to sleep and then it freezes on wake

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post #2 of 9
What is the stock speed and timings of the ram?

If 1600mhz, then the 1866 overclock is not stable, either loosen the timings, since for the most part the overclock has tightened the timings and or add more dram volts.

Also enter those numbers yourself, don't let the bios do it automatically.
 
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This is common with overclocked PCs. Mine doesn't wake up from sleep either. Its gets stuck in this boot-shotdown-boot again loop. Nothing to sweat over. thumb.gif
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This is common with overclocked PCs. Mine doesn't wake up from sleep either. Its gets stuck in this boot-shotdown-boot again loop. Nothing to sweat over. thumb.gif
This has been my experience as well. With how fast Windows 7 boots up, I just don't use sleep anymore; I simply turn the computer on and off. I wouldn't worry about waking from sleep.
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post #5 of 9
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The stock speed is 1866 and 9-9-9-27 on the timing but my mobo does not default to this, have to turn on XMP to get it to the right settings. Mobo is Asus P7P55-M
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Most mobos will not default to that speed, unless you chose xmp, that is normal.

Well then according to your pics the CPU is barely overclocked (if even since that could be due to a turbo setting in bios) and your ram is not overclocked. If the mobo can't do the stock settings on the ram, either it does not support it or the mobo is defective.

Basically, you did not overclock and computer hangs from sleep, that should not be and that psu is a good one, so the mobo could be at fault here.
 
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according to Asus's website the mobo should support "Max. 16 GB, DDR3 2200(O.C.)*/1600/1333/1066" so i just assumed since it supported 2200 it wouldnt have a problem with 1866. Reason i said overclock is the mobo i guess only supports up to 1600 and everything above that it considers OC. So the stock RAM settings are considered an OC by the motherboard i guess you could say. I know the CPU and PSU are good, the only thing that has changed is the RAM. But whatever the cause i guess its not really going to matter that much since i will be upgrading the mobo on black friday
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That is a common issue with overclocked components. If you find a way around it, then that will be news. I really don't think you have anything to worry about if you're stable while active.
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post #9 of 9
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yea i guess i can live with it for a few weeks until i upgrade. i have just become accustomed to putting my PC to sleep because i have noticed that it uses ALOT less ram after it wakes up and i havent figured out what is hogging all the memory after a normal boot. With my old 4GB of ram i was consistently using 11-12% less ram after waking from sleep versus normal boot. but thats entirely another issue hahaha
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