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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.
post #2 of 8
40-50 seconds cant really tell if its slow from that can u run this http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...tart-time.html Restart program and ASSD benchmark and post results?

And maybe fill in your rig details....
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I have run the test and It says it takes 42 seconds to reboot the system but when I got to turn the computer on normally it takes 40 seconds, 20 seconds from the moment I press the on bottom and the other 20 second from the Win7 logo to desktop.
post #4 of 8
Seems ok really, you just need to turn off some unneeded services, disable some useless task manager junk and optimise the event logs as in pic

That will shave a few seconds off... Whether you stop readyboot is up to you...

Edited by moonmanas - 7/21/11 at 4:47pm
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With my SSD what boot up time schould I be getting?
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I'd say between 35 and 45 seconds depending what you've done to optimize your start up times....
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In your opion what can I do to get the best performance out my SSD?
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Originally Posted by lukehoare View Post
In your opion what can I do to get the best performance out my SSD?
Some of this stuff... http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/fo...146#post442146
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