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P8p67 Sleep problem and PLL Overvoltage

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Hi,

With PLL Overvoltage on I can't wake from sleep.

With PLL Overvoltage off:
(system 1 - HT Off, 4.8 at 1.34). I can wake from sleep.
(system 2 - HT On, 4.7 at 1.35). I can't even boot into windows, even if I set PLL to 1.87 and Vcore to 1.38,

In terms of not waking from sleep, what happens is that I believe that it does actually start up - just nothing shows on the monitor - and I have to do a hard re-boot. The reason I think it does start up is besides the fans, etc working, when I do the hard re-boot it tells me that windows didn't shut down properly last time, so it seems that it did boot.

Any ideas?
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they are fixing it,

asus said it's intel's sandy bridge architecture problem so they are working with them to resolve this issue
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