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Thread: Weird overclocking/standby issue with my Asus P6T6 WS Revolution !

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    Default Weird overclocking/standby issue with my Asus P6T6 WS Revolution !

    I have overclocked my system 3.8Ghz (BCLK: 200, DRAM Freq: 2000Mhz, CPU multiplier: 19 etc). I have run every stability test, and everything is just fine. The temps are also good. But there is one issue I'm having when I wake the PC from standby mode for "SECOND" time (first time, into standby and resume works just fine), the windows won't come up. Everything starts working (except my hard drives which are controlled by a 8x PCI Expree HighPoint RocketRaid 4320). It seems also that the CPU doesn't start working after the SECOND wake up either (But I'm not sure). And then I have to power down and up the system twice to get windows up and running. Before the windows loads, I also get a "overclock failed" message on the first black BIOS page (it means that the motherboard has halted all of my overclock settings. And in order to get the PC work with those overclocked settings again, I have to power up and down the whole system once again).

    So, when I set all of my BIOS settings back to AUTO (non-overclocked), the "wake up"s from the "standby"s work perfectly. So, it seems that something happens with my voltages (either CPU voltage or maybe PCI Express voltage which cause the harddrive controller not to start or another type of voltage).

    So, what is this problem? What do I do?

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