- Jan 5, 2020
- MSI Z690 Force
- RX 590
Thanks for the update. Yes, you are seeing the second sleep issue. If you have a spare fan, try connecting it to CPU_OPT instead of CPU. See if that fan stops spinning after the first sleep. It needs to be set to voltage control in the bios.Hi @nottooshabby, I've tried sleep, I don't know if I've done it right, but I think something similar to you is happening to me; In the "turn off computer" menu I have selected "sleep", all the lights and fans of the computer are turned off except the lighting of the ram memory, when I activate the keyboard or mouse (bluetooth both) the screens are activated, first one and then 5 seconds the other, it takes approximately 15 seconds to activate. Temperatures in order, fans working, everything correct. When I select "sleep" for the second time, the computer goes to sleep but only the screens turn off, the computer stays on but does not respond to mouse or keyboard movements, it gets stuck with a black screen and does not return to operation , you have to force shutdown. My AIO is connected to the "CPU FAN" header, I'm in Bios F3, I think this is a Bios bug because it happens to a lot of people, in my case it doesn't worry me because I don't use sleep, but I understand that for a lot of people who You need it, be an inconvenience, regards.
As far as fixing the second, sleep, I saw this post somewhere else that may help, but requires some bios fiddling. I don't have the system together anymore, so I cannot test it.
"Sleep works as expected the first time but will freeze the second time unless you enable ERP / S3 / S4 / S5 / S6 (whatever your board supports) sleep support."