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On my sig rig I recently upped the clock on my 2500k to 4.7 from my normal clock of 4.5 it's stable and what not now but when i put the computer to sleep instead of waking right up it goes though a full post and system resume instead of just waking up I have all the c states disabled but as far as i know this isn't a normal function. I know half of you are going to say don't use sleep and move on but i would really prefer to use it. it works fine at 4.5. can anyone shed some light on this.
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Well since it works at 4.5 and not 4.7, you need to dial your settings back to 4.5 and confirm that it works consistently - isolate your problem!

What settings did you change to get it to 4.7? Just multiplier? Voltage? Did you alter C-States only to get to 4.7? We need more information to help you, but ultimately, if you're patient and try changing your settings one-by-one, you will get to the answer.
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Well since it works at 4.5 and not 4.7, you need to dial your settings back to 4.5 and confirm that it works consistently - isolate your problem!

What settings did you change to get it to 4.7? Just multiplier? Voltage? Did you alter C-States only to get to 4.7? We need more information to help you, but ultimately, if you're patient and try changing your settings one-by-one, you will get to the answer.
yeah it's consistent at 4.5 had it there for months no problem the c states didn't need to be altered at 4.5 but i did have it both ways. I don't even know that they had to be adjusted to hit 4.7 but that was the first thing i attempted to change when i ran into this. I also upped the voltage when i upped the multi. it's at 1.47 to get to 4.7... my chip isn't the best clocker but it's water cooled and not even hitting 70 under load.
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