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    MotherboardAsus Rampage V USB 3.1
    Processori7 5960X
    Memory (part number)G.Skill 32GB F4-2800C15Q-32GRBB
    Graphics Card #1EVGA 980 Ti
    Graphics Card #2EVGA 980 Ti
    Sound CardCreative ZxR
    MonitorDell 24" x 3 Surround
    Storage #1Samsung 830 Pro SSD
    CPU CoolerCorsair H110i GT
    CaseCooler Master Storm Trooper
    Power SupplyEVGA 220-P2-1200
    Keyboard Microsoft Sidewinder Wired
    Mouse Microsoft Wireless
    OS Windows 8.1 x64

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    Not sure if this will help you but since I had resume from sleep with a mildly overclocked i7-5960 (4.1GHz) with 32GB or Gskill 3200MHz cas 14 memory. The adjust change the Rampage tweak mode from auto to mode 1. I had to find the correct system agent voltage. I found I needed to set the system agent voltage to 1.160 (offset of.320) Any less and I would get a "b1" error after waking the computer and not all 32GB of the memory would be recognized. I also had to change the LLC level to 8 and the cpu input/VCCIN voltage level to 1.92. The input voltage increase also seemed to have solved a problem I was having when encoding video files and the encoding software would crash. Too much vdroop on input line using less input voltage and a lower LLC level. Some of this may help assuming if you’re overclocking your cpu and it's stable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoatHumper View Post
    Well... first off: it happens regardless of whether I wake it up via keyboard, mouse, or power button.

    Second, the reason I use suspend is precisely so I don't have to wait "too long" to get the computer back up from "shutdown" (i.e. cut down on power consumption, while also cutting down on booting delays).

    Waiting longer than 1 minute for the box to come back up from suspend is a waste of time - I'm better off just rebooting at that point.

    So thanks for the suggestion, but no thanks

    I'm hoping someone will chime in and suggest a BIOS voltage tweak that might do the trick (Arne? You still there? ).

    Cheers!
    I should have made it clearer that this was more of a troubleshooting step to see if your computer ever did boot into Windows. *Not that you should wait minutes every time you want to resume from sleep. . And then chase down the possibilities based on that outcome. *

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