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2600k @ 4.7, wont resume on sleep, need help

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Hey fellow overclockers, need a hand here. I just got an H70 cooler so I thought it would be time to OC the processor. Took the guide from http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578110 seeing that my mobo is a p8p67 pro.

My OC specs are as follows
Turbo ratio - 47
Internal Pll Overvoltage - Auto
Load Line Calibration - Ultra High
VRM Fixed Frequency - 350
Phase Control - Extreme
Duty Control - T-Probe
Cpu Voltage - 1.375

Temps under Prime95 70-73c

ISSUE!! Everything was going great, put my comp to sleep for a bit, would not resume on the screen. Desktop powered up, but no signal on the monitor. Held down the power button to force a shut off. Wated, powered up again, boots, goes to windows screen. Doesnt even tell me the comp was shut off wrong, goes like it never happened. But I must say it does concern me. I recently got the mobo swapped for the recall, so maybe thats something. My PSU is a Corsair AX750, pumping on gtx 560 sli. Need some input plz >_<
post #2 of 10
I wouldn't worry too much about it. I've have plenty of those episodes where the computer apparently was sleeping, but wouldn't resume. Even on stock volts, unless it happens everytime it's no biggie
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I resumed the defaults of the comp, booted just fine, on resuming sleep on last 4.7ghz OC it beeped 3 times in a row, then never woke up. Had to force shut off/start up, and resume original bios settings.
post #4 of 10
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delete this threat, my idiot self did not read around the internet enough and noticed tons of other people having the same problem, now I dont know if i should try OC'ing with PLL off
post #5 of 10
I now realised i have the same problem, this happens with a 2500k, 4.5 @1.2v. I think i'm just gonna turn off sleep mode

(No problems @stock)
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I now realised i have the same problem, this happens with a 2500k, 4.5 @1.2v. I think i'm just gonna turn off sleep mode

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you're at 1.52v? your cpu is going for an early death if you keep it like that for 24/7 use
    
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post #7 of 10
you need to disable pll overvoltage and find your max multi without it in order for sleep to work.
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you're at 1.52v? your cpu is going for an early death if you keep it like that for 24/7 use
I only did a few benchmarks at 5.5, my 24/7 is 4.5ghz @1.2v.
post #9 of 10
Disable Internal PLL Overvoltage. It's a known issue on ASUS P8P67's but isn't being fixed anytime soon.

When Internal PLL Overvoltage is on, sleep mode doesn't completely engage so you're left with a black screen.
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S3 sleep does not work with pll overvoltage. They came out with a notice on this a little while ago since lots of people were reporting this issue.


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