Update Jan. 2016
Try disabling these settings:
Update 06.11.2014: When using Corsair Power Supplies:
Go to http://www.corsair.com/en/rm-series-rm1000-80-plus-gold-certified-power-supply and click “Haswell compatibility” under the FAQ & Support Tab.
Quote “According to Intel’s presentation at IDF, the new Haswell processors enter a sleep state called C7 that can drop processor power usage as low as 0.05A. Even if the sleeping CPU is the only load on the +12V rail, most power supplies can handle a load this low. The potential problem comes up when there is still a substantial load on the power supply’s non-primary rails (the +3.3V and +5V). If the load on these non-primary rails are above a certain threshold (which varies by PSU), the +12V can go out of spec (voltages greater than +12.6V). If the +12V is out of spec when the motherboard comes out of the sleep state, the PSU’s protection may prevent the PSU from running and will cause the power supply to “latch off”. This will require the user to cycle the power on their power supply using the power switch on the back of the unit.”
Also check out their forums (http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=118456). Possible that you need a new PSU but at first you could try to disable C7 state (if possible) in your BIOS settings and see if it helps.
You may know or not that i bought a new system this year. However the Asus x99 Deluxe standby mode seems to confuse some of the components of this system or its the mainboard itself messing around with it.
When i put my system into standby or suspend mode i can’t really wake it from there. When i try to wake it: the hardware responds, fans are starting to spin, harddrives etc, but the system is not really recovering from the standby mode, instead the system goes to Q-CODE bF and sits there until it starts to reboot automatically. Even a 4-sec-press-hold the power button doesn’t help to cold boot the system. The system sure goes down, but it does keep the system to do the bF loop. It keeps infinite (re)booting.
The first thing i did was CMOS reset but it is NOT necessary!
Instead: turn off your power supply wait a few seconds and turn it on again. Then the system should boot normally.
I already did play with some BIOS settings and there was something strange happening when i enabled ASPM Support in “Advanced->Onboard Device Config->ASPM Support” ….
When i enabled ASPM Support, i was able to put the system in suspend/standby mode and wake it with either keyboard or power button, right on the first attempt. This made me think i found a solution. It did work 3 times in a row. I then wanted to know if i can reprocude this by undoing the changes to see the bF code again and redoing the changes to see a working standby mode, and failed. Disabling and reenabling ASPM Support didn’t come up with a working suspend/standby mode.
Asus Technical Support
I already wrote to Asus Technical Support and the first “conclusion” was, that i may have defect hardware with the aim at power supply.
Do you have same or similar problems? Different Q-CODE? Let me know!!
Update: Well sometimes its working and sometimes not. And when i try to record it with a camera, take a guess, its working…. to be continued