ASUS P6X58D-E Wake from Sleep Issue
I just bought a P6X58D-E board to replace my dying GA-X58A-UD3R v2 motherboard and whilst everything is setup, I have the 0803 BIOS, I have 48 GB of DDR3 RAM installed, an X5670 installed and I am using a Marvell RAID 0 across two SSDs for Windows. Everything works fine except waking from sleep, if I put my system to sleep, when I go to wake it up, the lights come on but nobody is home. The display doesn't wake up, the hard drive light does not blink, the mouse and keyboard only turn on when a button is pressed on them and I have to press Reset in order to get the machine going again, at which point, Windows boots up like normal.
Everywhere on Google and even once in this thread has talked about this being a common problem but I cannot be the only person who puts their computer to sleep rather than shutdown or hibernate? Does anyone have any solutions if they encountered this issue and managed to fix it? I can fetch the BIOS settings if requested.
The system is slightly overclocked, instead of the Xeon's multiplier being 22, it is 24 and the RAM was initially being detected as 1066 MHz even though it supports 1866 but I couldn't get the computer to accept anything beyond 1333 MHz. I have had this board before many years ago (Around 2011-ish) and sleeping and waking from sleep worked fine there.