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what OS? I will give it a try
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what OS? I will give it a try

Win 7 ultimate 64
post #73 of 78
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okay ill check that

are you using the high performance power plan or power saver or what? Maybe it is only in some other plan?
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okay ill check that

are you using the high performance power plan or power saver or what? Maybe it is only in some other plan?

both balance and performance power does not have the option for sleep
post #75 of 78
update: went back to the F4 bios and still no sleep, I wonder what happened...
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update: went back to the F4 bios and still no sleep, I wonder what happened...
perhaps windows moved where the sleep option is? lol
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perhaps windows moved where the sleep option is? lol

Lol I got sleep back, I used the gigabyte app center to update everything and it brought it back after restart.
post #78 of 78
what is the gtl you are referencing when you say with gtl I was able to go to 5.2 on air?
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