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    New ROGer Array Steve06 PC Specs
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    AI Suite 3 keeps changing power plan

    Hi there,
    I recently got myself the ASUS TUF Gaming B660-Plus WIFI D4 motherboard together with an Intel i7-12700 CPU.

    I'm running Windows 11 and installed Armoury Crate as well as AI Suite 3.

    I'm not into overclocking, at the contrary, I'm into saving energy consumption with that machine and always run it using the "power saver" power plan in Windows.

    I like to have my display off time set at 5 minutes, sleep at 15, and hibernate after 30 minutes.

    What I noticed is that the power plan is always being changed to hibernate = never.

    I suspect it's AI Suite 3 that's doing that!

    Is this a feature or a bug or a matter of settings?

    Please advice what I can do besides uninstalling AI Suite 3.

    Best regards

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    Try adjusting it in Windows 11 > Menu > Settings > Power On/Off
    Or > Menu > All Applications > Windows Tools, then double click on Control Panel > System and Security > Power Options and choose or customize your power management mode
    Disable the management mode of Ai suite if possible (personally I haven't used Ai suite for a very long time)

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    New ROGer Array Steve06 PC Specs
    Steve06 PC Specs
    MotherboardASUS TUF Gaming B660-Plus WIFI D4
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    Memory (part number)Crucial Ballistix 32 GB Kit
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    Hello and thanks for your input.

    Of course, I changed (and keep changing) my power plan in order to reflect the desired hibernation time of 30 minutes, but it's getting reset to "never" all the time, and the only plausible culprit is AI Suite 3.

    You write
    Quote Originally Posted by cekeu View Post
    Disable the management mode of Ai suite if possible (personally I haven't used Ai suite for a very long time)
    Where can I do that? I do not find where to change such a setting in AI Suite 3.

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    Personally Id just use the BIOS if you are using the fan headers and windows power plan. Not a fan of AI suite. Something about making writes to BIOS while the machine is in the OS just doesnt go over well with me. I dont sleep or hiberbate on a desktop or turn the display off. When I'm done I shut it down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve06 View Post
    Hello and thanks for your input.

    Of course, I changed (and keep changing) my power plan in order to reflect the desired hibernation time of 30 minutes, but it's getting reset to "never" all the time, and the only plausible culprit is AI Suite 3.

    You write


    Where can I do that? I do not find where to change such a setting in AI Suite 3.
    Sorry I don't know if we can disable the hibernation timer in ai suite

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    New ROGer Array Steve06 PC Specs
    Steve06 PC Specs
    MotherboardASUS TUF Gaming B660-Plus WIFI D4
    ProcessorIntel i7-12700
    Memory (part number)Crucial Ballistix 32 GB Kit
    CPU CoolerNoctua DH-15S
    CaseJonsbo C5
    Power SupplyFractal Design Ion 660P
    OS Windows 11 Pro

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    Does running AI Suite 3 provide any advantages in terms of efficiency (power consumption) over just uninstalling it and relying on BIOS settings?

    Any further ideas anyone else regarding my initial question?

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