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post #1251 of 1591
I have the "cant resume from sleep" bug, aswell as the "double boot" problem on the P67.

I was wondering how many other people have this problem, and should I RMA the board?



Both of these seem to be a problem the board itself and not just a bad board on my end.

Thanks!

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Also, I have the Corsair A70 Heatsink and the 3 pin fan connector that was given does not seem to want to fit where the CPU fan is labeled on the motherboard. Has anyone else had this problem with the two?
Edited by r3dh3adkid - 1/10/12 at 4:13pm
post #1252 of 1591
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Originally Posted by r3dh3adkid View Post

I have the "cant resume from sleep" bug, aswell as the "double boot" problem on the P67.

I was wondering how many other people have this problem, and should I RMA the board?



Both of these seem to be a problem the board itself and not just a bad board on my end.

Thanks!

[EDIT]
Also, I have the Corsair A70 Heatsink and the 3 pin fan connector that was given does not seem to want to fit where the CPU fan is labeled on the motherboard. Has anyone else had this problem with the two?

Had this problem with my X58 Sabertooth and BSOD's The BSOD message - 'Internal Power Error'. Started this thread and found the answer at least to my problem.


A few pointers on the extraction from the hot fix link below.

1. MS asks you to provide your email. Once you recieve the email it will include a link to the hotfix and also in the same email the 'password' to unlock it.

2. It defaults to extact it into the C: drive. I would add "\\hotfix" to it and create a hotfix folder so it reads C:\\hotfix and execute it from there.

3. Need to restart your computer.

I tested it and it worked for me. If it works for you too feel free to post and provide feedback as this issue has been solved by Microsoft.

Update : "Internal_Power_Error" hot fix link found here.

Is this the issue your having?

Then I had an issue where I come back from sleep and cannot 'wake up' my computer. No more BSOD. I went from 3 sticks of RAM and added a fourth to first slot and it solved my problem. Originally had it in #2, #4, and #6. Now I got them in #1, #2, #4, & #6 no more issues for many months.
     
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post #1253 of 1591
No, thats not the same problem that I am having.

What happens for me is that when my computer goes into sleep it just simply will not resume back into windows. The computer will turn back on as expected but the monitors will not show anything and it just sits there.



As for the double boot, when I turn my computer on it will start up like usual and then turn itself off and then start back up, POST and then boots like usual.
post #1254 of 1591
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No, thats not the same problem that I am having.

What happens for me is that when my computer goes into sleep it just simply will not resume back into windows. The computer will turn back on as expected but the monitors will not show anything and it just sits there.



As for the double boot, when I turn my computer on it will start up like usual and then turn itself off and then start back up, POST and then boots like usual.

I have it, I just never use sleep. Its happened on every sandy bridge board I've had, but usually I only notice it when I re-install windows and forget to shut off sleep mode. Its useless anyways, either shut it down properly or let it stay running is how I see it.

Mine also double-boots, so have all of my other Asus boards so I got used to it. Its really annoying to see the BIOS logo 3 or 4 times per boot though.
post #1255 of 1591
Sleep is not useless to me. It cuts my power bill in half vs letting my PC run 24/7.



@Arizonian,

I appear to already have that hotfix installed aswell.
post #1256 of 1591
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Sleep is not useless to me. It cuts my power bill in half vs letting my PC run 24/7.



@Arizonian,

I appear to already have that hotfix installed aswell.

How much is it costing you? I'm just curious because my bill is super cheap and I let my rig run all the time. It idles at 89w when I let the CPU idle at 1600mhz, which is less than my fridge. Sleep seems useless to me because it takes nearly as long to start back up as if you just shut it down in the first place, especially if you have an SSD.
post #1257 of 1591
New bios out for the P67 sabertooth, supposedly even further improves stability

I got a very, very very small 3% increase in performance, its 3% I could replicate over ten tries so its not just a fluke result, so you might want to check it out
post #1258 of 1591
Hi Guys,

I just finished my build!

Sabertooth P67 with matching Corsair Memory! =)

Hope you like it! thumb.gif

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Hi Guys,
I just finished my build!
Sabertooth P67 with matching Corsair Memory! =)
Hope you like it! thumb.gif
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Nice!

How did you color your RAM?
post #1260 of 1591
Hey guys I have the sabertoothx58 mobo and a i7 950 with corsair 6gb triple chan ram kit 1600mhz(I know there is a few of em but mine are the best kit with the lowest latency and all that crap, I've been outa the pc world for a long time.
I was wondering if anyone has it over clocked to 3.8ghz(or a little more) that could post there setup in the bios for me since I'm a complete noob to overclocking frown.gif
But once I use your settings and run prime and intelburn I'll tweak the settings to make it stable...(that I should be able to do lol)
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