Summary: Switched parasitic capacitors of sleep blocks with a tri-mode power gating structure are implemented to reduce on-chip resonant supply noise in 1.2 V, 65 nm standard CMOS process. The tri-mode power gating structure makes it possible to store charge into the parasitic capacitance of the power gated blocks. The proposed method achieves 53.1% and 57.9% noise reduction for wake-up noise and 130 MHz periodic supply noise, respectively. It also realizes noise cancelling without discharging time before using parasitic capacitors of sleep blocks, and shows 8.4x boost of the effective capacitance value with 2.1% chip area overhead. The proposed method can save the chip area for reducing resonant supply noise more effectively.