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OCZ Agility 3 60GB Really Slow Boot Times

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I have got an ocz agility 3 60Gb SSD, Also I have got an AMD
AMD Phenom II X6 Six Core 1100T Black Edition 3.30GHz with 4GB Ram. I have install my Windows 7 in AHCI mode and I made sure my 1TB HHD was not plug into my motherboard at the time. From the moment I press the power to turn it on it takes around 40 - 50 seconds to boot into Windows when I come to power off my system it takes around 3 -5 seconds. I have got an Sata 2 Motherboard and when I bench market it I was getting half of what I should be getting. I have included a print screen of the results. >>>> http://www.upload.ee/image/1509793/Untitled.png <<<<

I have install another OS on to my 1TB HHD to update my SSD and now I have got the latest firmware 2.09. I used to OCZ exe update tool.

Please could someone help me fix this, I need my computer up and running for my work. I will appreciate any help and support and hopefully you can help me fix my problem and get my PC working again.
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It doesn't seem slow, at high file size it reaches the max limit of the SATA2 interface. At low file sizes it seems it can be a bit slow. What drivers are u using, AMD's or Microsoft's stock drivers. It seems for pre-SATA3 AMD chipsets if using AHCI it's better to use M$' drivers, AMD's can be buggy in some rare combinations.
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Phenom II 940 @3.3GHz 1.25V Gigabyte 790X-DS4 XFX 5850 8GB OCZ DDR2-800 
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Corsair Force 3 TRUE Win 7 Pro x64 ACER 23" TN  
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400W Silverstone Strider Antec P182 
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Ok:) So if I get a Sata 3 Mothbaord Will I get a faster Boot time, I have got an AMD CPU and I have not install any drivers, What schould I use?.
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