I have an Asrock 990FX motherboard and an AMD FX-8350 CPU. I am noticing that when I put the computer to sleep, when it wakes up, the cpu cores are not clocking correctly.
I have cool and quiet disabled in bios.. (that's the setting that allows for the cpu cores to clock up and down based on load.) So..when enabled, at idle, 1.4ghz...when load..4.2ghz...and each core does this interdependently. I have this disabled, so my cores are all 4.2ghz at all times....
But when when the computer wakes from sleep..I notice (via HWiNFO64) that only 2 cores are locked at 4.2ghz and the rest are now locked at their lowest clock(1.4ghz). Only way to fix this is to reboot.
I actually experienced similar behavior on my Phenom II 1100T x6 cpu(before I upgrade to the fx)..It has done this on both Win 7 and 8.
It is, as if, the cool and quiet feature gets re-activated when you wake from sleep state...but I am not sure if this is a amd cpu thing..or a motherboard thing...or both?
Anyone else notice this issue?