Can't enable Modern Standby

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       #41

    doorules said:
    I disabled c-states on laptop. Any 8 series chip or later is capable of this according to intel. But mobo oem's may have many features on the mobo which wont let it run. Intel has no control over this
    Hi,
    Any different options on your lappy ?
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       #42

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    Yeah I disable it too for ssd's but I also disable hibernation too
    Performance power plan as well.

    Balanced power plan being used Shawn ?
    Correct. I'm using the Balanced power plan.
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       #43

    Hi,
    Isn't there a power saver plan on 10 ?
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       #44

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    Isn't there a power saver plan on 10 ?
    There is, but I don't think it would enable/disable Modern Standby. I'll give it a play with though.

    Can't enable Modern Standby-power_plans.jpg
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       #45

    Hi,
    Yikes you enabled the ultimate performance power plan :)
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       #46

    I have also posted this at ASUS below to see if someone may know more about this there.

    BIOS settings for Modern Standby on Maximus XI Formula
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       #47

    doorules said:
    I disabled c-states on laptop. Any 8 series chip or later is capable of this according to intel. But mobo oem's may have many features on the mobo which wont let it run. Intel has no control over this
    True, but Asus supposedly touted that as a new option on the Z390. They just forgot to tell how to do it.
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       #48

    Hi,
    As good a place as any to ask :)
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       #49

    essenbe said:
    True, but Asus supposedly touted that as a new option on the Z390. They just forgot to tell how to do it.
    I would have thought it been set/enabled to support it by default, but guess not.
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       #50

    Hi,
    Yeah got to be a difference in laptop/ oem verses desktop non oem deal
    Did @doorules ever post his laptops bios options :/
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