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I recently just upgraded to an i7 930 with p6x58d-e and seem to have a stable 3.8 GHz OC as I can run linx for 20 passes and ran memtestx86+ for a few hours without errors. The one issue I do have is I cannot wake the system from sleep mode. I have this issue even when not OCing. I searched the thread but did not see any solutions. Has anyone else experienced this? Any help is greatly appreciated.
I occasionally (probably less than 20% of the time), have something similar - system goes to sleep, but nothing will cause it to wake. But to complicate things, my keyboard/mouse are wireless, going through a BT dongle plugged into a USB port. Mine is probably a BIOS timing issue of some kind, since most of the time it does work properly.

If yours never works, I'd probably double check the BIOS settings for S3 and the device ports. If you have one, I might try with a different keyboard or mouse, to make sure there isn't something unique to them. I've also heard that Wake on LAN can cause some strange things to happen, so I'd probably try disabling that if you have it enabled. But its definitely not an easy thing to debug - no way to really see the state of the machine, no log entries anywhere, etc.

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I occasionally (probably less than 20% of the time), have something similar - system goes to sleep, but nothing will cause it to wake. But to complicate things, my keyboard/mouse are wireless, going through a BT dongle plugged into a USB port. Mine is probably a BIOS timing issue of some kind, since most of the time it does work properly.

If yours never works, I'd probably double check the BIOS settings for S3 and the device ports. If you have one, I might try with a different keyboard or mouse, to make sure there isn't something unique to them. I've also heard that Wake on LAN can cause some strange things to happen, so I'd probably try disabling that if you have it enabled. But its definitely not an easy thing to debug - no way to really see the state of the machine, no log entries anywhere, etc.

eric
I'm hoping I can help both of you out. I just fixed this problem with my computer yesterday. It would go to sleep, fans and everything turn off. When I move the mouse to wake it up, the computer seems to come back to life, but the monitor doesn't wake up. My keyboard and mouse are both USB (mouse is wireless USB Logitech MX1100).

Anyhow, after googling like crazy yesterday and seeing people claim it's a RAM issue or a video card issue, I found a post showing a Microsoft Hot Fix for this EXACT issue.

So, here's the link and I hope it fixes your issue. This is ONLY for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/974476
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I'm hoping I can help both of you out. I just fixed this problem with my computer yesterday. It would go to sleep, fans and everything turn off. When I move the mouse to wake it up, the computer seems to come back to life, but the monitor doesn't wake up. My keyboard and mouse are both USB (mouse is wireless USB Logitech MX1100).

Anyhow, after googling like crazy yesterday and seeing people claim it's a RAM issue or a video card issue, I found a post showing a Microsoft Hot Fix for this EXACT issue.

So, here's the link and I hope it fixes your issue. This is ONLY for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/974476
Thanks for the information but it seems I do not have any USB devices that have a power management tab. I should mention my computer wakes up but the screen does not activate. Also the fans sound like they are running at a different speed than normal. I have the wake function set to my PS2 keyboard using the space bar. Thanks again for any insight.
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I recently just upgraded to an i7 930 with p6x58d-e and seem to have a stable 3.8 GHz OC as I can run linx for 20 passes and ran memtestx86+ for a few hours without errors. The one issue I do have is I cannot wake the system from sleep mode. I have this issue even when not OCing. I searched the thread but did not see any solutions. Has anyone else experienced this? Any help is greatly appreciated.
Not sure if this will help resolve your issue, but, I ran across this and thought it might be worth a shot. Try applying that Microsoft Patch and reboot. See if you can get it to wake up from sleep mode afterwards.

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According to the OS design, a HDD is required to be ready within 10 seconds. However, some large volume HDDs may need more than 10 seconds to initialize. Consequently, longer initialization time may result in BSOD with the error codes below:

- STOP 0x0000007A
- STOP 0x00000077
- STOP 0x000000F4

If this occurred, please update Microsoft OS patch KB977178 to resolve this issue.

For more information, please refer to the following Microsoft KB: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/977178/en-us
==================================================

If that doesn't work.. there was another post mentioning similar issues and what they did to resolve it. Check to see if your DRAM_LED light is red all the time (not just during POST when checking RAM). If it is, clear your CMOS by removing the battery the placing it back and powering back up.

Hopefully some of these suggestions will help. Good luck!
Edited by xmisery - 8/29/10 at 11:26am
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Hey all, (sizzle... ) since there has been a fair bit of discussion on safe QPI volts, I wanted to quickly double check something with y'all.

First, reading that INTEL's safe voltage level for QPI is at 1.35, and reading earlier that QPI and CPU voltage should not be nearer than .5v of each other... how closely should I adhere to this?

Next, here's my 3.8oc on this board. I'm realizing due to 6 RAM sticks, I think having more QPI voltage is a necessary thing. Trying to keep my CPU core voltage at or below 1.2v, here are my settings in the BIOS(1.jpg). I've done the .5volt distance as was suggested earlier.

next, my CPUZ screen cap. Note that CPU voltage drops, I'm reading at 1.184. This is a lot closer to xmisery's initial post--my question is, before I stress test the heck out of this thing, is are my QPI/CPU voltage too close to each other in the BIOS? Or should I gage what is happening in RL (a la CPUZ)

On a side note, it seems this kit, Corsair's XMS3 1600 2x6GB, is really not as easy to work with on this board compared to the 3x4 dominator kit. I dunno. I haven't flashed the latest BIOS either, I'm at 8012 I think.
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So, here's the link and I hope it fixes your issue. This is ONLY for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/974476
Interesting - I'll give it a try. Thanks!

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Hey all, (sizzle... ) since there has been a fair bit of discussion on safe QPI volts, I wanted to quickly double check something with y'all.

First, reading that INTEL's safe voltage level for QPI is at 1.35, and reading earlier that QPI and CPU voltage should not be nearer than .5v of each other... how closely should I adhere to this?

Next, here's my 3.8oc on this board. I'm realizing due to 6 RAM sticks, I think having more QPI voltage is a necessary thing. Trying to keep my CPU core voltage at or below 1.2v, here are my settings in the BIOS(1.jpg). I've done the .5volt distance as was suggested earlier.

next, my CPUZ screen cap. Note that CPU voltage drops, I'm reading at 1.184. This is a lot closer to xmisery's initial post--my question is, before I stress test the heck out of this thing, is are my QPI/CPU voltage too close to each other in the BIOS? Or should I gage what is happening in RL (a la CPUZ)

On a side note, it seems this kit, Corsair's XMS3 1600 2x6GB, is really not as easy to work with on this board compared to the 3x4 dominator kit. I dunno. I haven't flashed the latest BIOS either, I'm at 8012 I think.
Your voltage concern is correct, however, it's supposed to be no more than .5v difference between the QPI and DRAM Bus Voltage, which I couldn't tell from the BIOS screenshot. The .05v difference between the CPU and QPI DRAM Voltage is perfectly fine. I should also add that it's normal for CPU-Z to show a slight voltage drop from what you have defined in BIOS.
Edited by xmisery - 8/29/10 at 11:36am
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The BIOS Update is for both the P6X58D Premium and -E revisions of the motherboard right?
Actually, the 0904 BIOS is made specifically for the Premium.. The Premium has an extra NIC and the SATA 6Gb/s controller does not support RAID.

Those are the only real hardware differences that I know of.

I did have to find a version of AFUDOS that would let me force flash the BIOS.

I suspect the new -E bios will be released pretty soon as well.
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Actually, the 0904 BIOS is made specifically for the Premium.. The Premium has an extra NIC and the SATA 6Gb/s controller does not support RAID.

Those are the only real hardware differences that I know of.

I did have to find a version of AFUDOS that would let me force flash the BIOS.

I suspect the new -E bios will be released pretty soon as well.

Have any info on the -E bios update at all? is there even one coming?
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Can anyone who has SLI experience on this board give me some advice?

I am interested in possibly changing my 480 to a 460 SLI but I have read that there are extreme temperature issues on some boards. I was looking at our board and it seems like the slots are fairly close together, so I guess this board suffers from the SLI heat issues? Is it possible to use the 1st slot and the 3rd slot to SLI at 16x/16x? What exactly is possible if there are alternate solutions?

Thanks in advance!
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