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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

UEFI 0902, Win 7 Pro x64 fresh install with all updates, AMD website chipset/video drivers. Rig when went to "Sleep" would wake with not going into OS, Win 7 would boot as if failed boot ie menu where it ask do you wish to launch windows or repair.

UEFI 0082, Win 10 Pro x64 Creators Edition ISO, installed fresh yesterday, AMD website chipset/video drivers. Nothing to do with "sleep" altered in UEFI, AMD CBS > C-States is enabled (if that's a factor), 3.8GHz PState 0 OC with 3200MHz C14.


Ok so it does work for you in Win 10. I did the exact same thing, I also reset everything in BIOS to default as per a suggestion, but it was the same problem. Something is wrong regarding S3.

When I tried to wake the computer I briefly saw "Windows has encountered an error" or something similar with a sad smiley face before it rebooted automatically.

So bottom line: No problem going into S3 but no way of waking it up without going directly into a reboot.
post #9812 of 17443
UPDATE to more NVMe frustrations. My last post was about upgrading to W10 Creators update tanking m NMVe write speeds.

Clean install W10 creators update off USB drive = no more problems, and I didn't even have to install any non-default W10 NVMe drivers. My write speed issues were addressed in the W10 creators update?

Regardless, I'm happy. I've reformatted this computer like 5 times in the few weeks I've had it, and that is annoying. But at least I'm making progress.
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Originally Posted by YpsiNine View Post

Ok so it does work for you in Win 10. I did the exact same thing, I also reset everything in BIOS to default as per a suggestion, but it was the same problem. Something is wrong regarding S3.

When I tried to wake the computer I briefly saw "Windows has encountered an error" or something similar with a sad smiley face before it rebooted automatically.

So bottom line: No problem going into S3 but no way of waking it up without going directly into a reboot.
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

@YpsiNine @hughjazz44

I know my post not very helpful, it only shows working example redface.gif .

Have you guys noted some error in event viewer being logged when say entering "sleep" / after crashed boot, etc? Which may help Elmor, Praz or Raja to give insight on "sleep" issue.

Bold text is to highlight a suggestion I placed in a later post.
Edited by gupsterg - 4/17/17 at 10:58am
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Did anyone have an issue with their NVMe Drive where it would detect just fine on system power on boot, yet after OS restart you'd be dropped straight into BIOS because your drive isn't detected? OCZ RD400 here, really have no clue what the issue is. And it's repeatable - first boot everything is fine, restart from windows > drive not detected.
P.S.: 0083 bios currently, had the same issue on 2 previous versions.

Half the time the bios doesn't see my m.2 drive, always boots fine unless I play with bclk.
Never had an issue detecting my sata ssd.
Edited by sr1030nx - 4/17/17 at 11:02am
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Originally Posted by malitze View Post

@Benus74 I kept HWiNFO running while gaming a bit to observer, PCH goes up to 60°C here and considering the inside of your case seems to be quite a bit warmer your temps are pretty much in line with mine.


I've just done 1 hour of Ghost Recon, and my PCH went up to 70°C.
I'm really starting to worry about it, I know it's supposed to be safe below 80°C, but still, it's kind of worrying that I seem to be the only one with such a high PCH.
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Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post

@Benus74

3x f@h runs screenies, HWiNFO logs, my rig setup in this post, PCH max 50°C.

@geoxile

No idea how you would gain temps whilst using MemTest86+ booted off an USB/ISO, etc.

I use HCI Memtest even on OC.

That make me worry even more frown.gif

Maybe I should clear CMOS and see what it does, maybe something is wrong with my OC, even though it's pretty "standard" PState 0 with mem OC smile.gif

Thanks guys for trying this for me, +REP
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G.Skill B-Die 4x8GB






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I've noticed my PCH seems to run a bit hot as well, usually hits a max of about 60C with 21C ambient.
I'm using 1 USB and 1x pcie lane for a SoundBlaster Z off the chipset, so it's obviously not overworked.
I also have multiple fans in front of the case that blow air across the entire height of the motherboard.
Edited by sr1030nx - 4/17/17 at 11:28am
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G.Skill B-Die 4x8GB

@Praz What tool output is that in the terminal?
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meh disregard.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/17/17 at 11:37am
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Nope YpsiNine on 0081.
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I have absolutely not gotten S3 Standby/Sleep to work. The computer goes fine into the mode, but I can never resume from it - all that happens is that the computer restarts and I am greeted with the Asus logo.

Anyone have any tips on how to fix this?

Fresh Win 10 Creators Update installation

Ryzen 1800X
Crosshair VI Hero version 0081
G.skill F4-3600C16D-16GTZR
EVGA 850 P2

Trying a longer "Sleep" wink.gif .
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