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Issue with Amd FX 8150. Crashes whilst attempting to put to sleep/hibernate

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I have purchased and built a system comprising an Amd Fx 8150, Asus Saberrooth 990fx R2, 16gb Corsair Vengeance Ram, 16 Port LSI SAS 9201-16i installed in a Norco 4224 Case. Corsair AX750 Professional Series 750W is the PSU. 14 Hard Drives (4 2Tb Western Digital Greens, 4 2TB Seagate, 3 2Tb Hitachi Drives)

I have an issue that the system switches off when attempting to put into hibernate or sleep modes.

Other than that no problems.

Could it be PSU, Motherboard which does not have the same s1-s5 states most other boards have.

In event viewer it suggests a kernel power 41 problem. But that covers a multitude of issues which I have read about for about the last fortnight.. Was wanting to use as a Unraid server but wanting to get on top of this particular issue before doing so. It happens whether I have one drive or multiple drives connected for clarity using Windows 7 64bit as the operating system.

Could a moderator move this to the other AMD section as it's a issue not a build.

Sorry
Edited by gosties - 4/1/13 at 6:20am
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I'm assuming the drives are connected to the SAS controller, did you try to connect the boot drive(s) to the Intel-Native ports on the Mobo & check for the sudden shut-down? I think the page/hibernation files should be set for a drive connected directly to the mobo.

Also, IIRC, S3 in Bios is the one that supports Sleep/Hibernate....I could be wrong.

Here's how to put your rig in your sig:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig
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You are correct that that the boot drive is connected to the SAS controller also. Will disconnect boot drive from controller and connect directly to M/B. Will see if that solves the issue. Other than this issue the machine is working fine.

Thanks for the suggestion.

Will find out soon enough whether it's "user-error" in building machine or a genuine fault.

Will add to rig builder as well, will need to add or even take pictures of system. Although the only camera I own is on my phone.
Edited by gosties - 4/2/13 at 11:12am
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I'm assuming the drives are connected to the SAS controller, did you try to connect the boot drive(s) to the Intel-Native ports on the Mobo & check for the sudden shut-down? I think the page/hibernation files should be set for a drive connected directly to the mobo.

Also, IIRC, S3 in Bios is the one that supports Sleep/Hibernate....I could be wrong.

Here's how to put your rig in your sig:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig
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You are correct that that the boot drive is connected to the SAS controller also. Will disconnect boot drive from controller and connect directly to M/B. Will see if that solves the issue. Other than this issue the machine is working fine.

Thanks for the suggestion.

Will find out soon enough whether it's "user-error" in building machine or a genuine fault.

Will add to rig builder as well, will need to add or even take pictures of system. Although the only camera I own is on my phone.

Phone cameras work just fine for build pictures. devil.gif I agree that if the boot drive is not on the motherboard it could definitely have issues with the motherboard swapping states.
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It's official

"I'm An Idiot"

Connected hard drive to motherboard and now sleep works perfectly.
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It's official

"I'm An Idiot"

Connected hard drive to motherboard and now sleep works perfectly.

Not an idiot, simply had a learning experience! All of us have those. biggrin.gif Glad you got it sorted!
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