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last night i ran in to a bit of a problem with my computer, apparently Lord Xeb told me that if i overclock with the C states disabled and sleep my computer it will get messed up which i did not know.

so i was just wondering if i had actually damaged my parts by putting my computer to sleep.
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to follow up on what coleweezy23 said I also have had my start slow down. It hangs on the windows Icon for a about 20-30 seconds longer since OC. Any Ideas? Thanks
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post #493 of 713
That kind of hang happened to me when I set RAM timings to unstable values.
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I haven't touched the RAM settings...it's not that it's a terrible thing just inconvenient.
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you do know that you cannot recover from sleep at all with CPU PLL overvoltage enabled on any sandybridge board?
    
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I know that now Sin...:/ i had to take out the CMOS battery and it worked again. Now I know NEVER SLEEP OVERCLOCKED SB.
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As energy conscious as most people are these days, motherboard manufacturers should make the "sleep" function able to be used in any situation. Most especially for OCers so they don't risk falling asleep while overclocking or waiting while a stability test is running.
I doubt that I'm the only one that slept through a temp. alarm and toasted a card after a long day and most of a night trying out some new OC settings. I don't remember which it was, but I toasted a very nice video-card just this way. I suppose it's possible to start a fire like this, so the designers should also consider the sleep function as a safety device that would be possible to be enabled under any circumstances. Either PLL overvoltage on or off.
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Originally Posted by kzinti1 View Post
As energy conscious as most people are these days, motherboard manufacturers should make the "sleep" function able to be used in any situation. Most especially for OCers so they don't risk falling asleep while overclocking or waiting while a stability test is running.
I doubt that I'm the only one that slept through a temp. alarm and toasted a card after a long day and most of a night trying out some new OC settings. I don't remember which it was, but I toasted a very nice video-card just this way. I suppose it's possible to start a fire like this, so the designers should also consider the sleep function as a safety device that would be possible to be enabled under any circumstances. Either PLL overvoltage on or off.
Enable PLL Overvoltage at your own risk. Overclock at your own risk. Yatta, yatta.
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you do know that you cannot recover from sleep at all with CPU PLL overvoltage enabled on any sandybridge board?
Interesting, I'll give this a try.
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Thanks so much for this this has helped me a great deal
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