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This is very strange to me. It almost sounds like a fan kicks in too. Is there a CD in the DVD drive? That will delay startup.
How many services and processes do you have at idle on boot?
A USB external drive will delay startup as well.

My rig boots from the Asus logo to into windows in around 15 seconds. (with no external and no cd in the drive) SSD is in the brown 6gb/s sata intel ports. I am not running the latest bios though.

I have No CD's, no external drives connected (apart from my internal HDD's).
The clicking noise, I'm sure is the soundcard - Like it is re-routing the sound there.
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I have No CD's, no external drives connected (apart from my internal HDD's).
The clicking noise, I'm sure is the soundcard - Like it is re-routing the sound there.

Have you unplugged everything from the computer except the monitor and power and tried booting just to verify it's not a peripheral thing? (mouse or keyboard software)

You could also try unplugging your extra Sata devices if the OS is just on the SSD or the soundcard itself to see if that click goes away.

Have you looked to see what windows actually reports as your boot times? Just curious.

Also according to my math on the timestamp of the video, from a cold boot, it is 29 seconds. Your post time seems a bit long.

From the Sabertooth logo to windows is only 18 seconds, which seems about right and similar to mine.
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Have you unplugged everything from the computer except the monitor and power and tried booting just to verify it's not a peripheral thing? (mouse or keyboard software)

You could also try unplugging your extra Sata devices if the OS is just on the SSD or the soundcard itself to see if that click goes away.

Have you looked to see what windows actually reports as your boot times? Just curious.

Also according to my math on the timestamp of the video, from a cold boot, it is 29 seconds. Your post time seems a bit long.

From the Sabertooth logo to windows is only 18 seconds, which seems about right and similar to mine.

Thanks a lot for the link and the help! +rep!
I will give them a shot
And well beforehand, from windows logo to windows it would take less than a 10 seconds now it takes longer.
I'm just trying to fine tune and iron out the cresaes really.

Event viewer has nothing but "WLAN AutoConfig service has successfully stopped."

Which is natural as I'm not using any wireless devices, but have the drivers for my TP link installed.
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Thanks a lot for the link and the help! +rep!
I will give them a shot
And well beforehand, from windows logo to windows it would take less than a 10 seconds now it takes longer.
I'm just trying to fine tune and iron out the cresaes really.

Event viewer has nothing but "WLAN AutoConfig service has successfully stopped."

Which is natural as I'm not using any wireless devices, but have the drivers for my TP link installed.

TY for rep.

Windows logo to windows sounds like more services and more processes at start up. I'm curious of the number wink.gif
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TY for rep.

Windows logo to windows sounds like more services and more processes at start up. I'm curious of the number wink.gif

Checking this number is via your link you sent right?
As I can give you print screen of c cleaner and service.msc easily.

EDIT:
I got around 17 services (excluding MS ones) under MSCONFIG.
Most of those are small things, and others are important ones.
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 1/10/13 at 9:26am
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Checking this number is via your link you sent right?
As I can give you print screen of c cleaner and service.msc easily.

EDIT:
I got around 17 services (excluding MS ones) under MSCONFIG.
Most of those are small things, and others are important ones.

Naw, Autoruns screenshots would be best, you can pm them to me if you'd like.

You could get a base number by just opening task manager to see how many processes are running and how much memory is being used. You can do this at boot then check again after a few minutes while you are idle.

msconfig is alright, but it doesn't show you everything.
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Hi guys in the sabertooth bios undner boot / under manage the secure boot keys

there a option to clear all

is that safe to do and what will it do if I clear all
Edited by billythekid2012 - 1/10/13 at 12:18pm
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The secure boot keys are for Windows 8, If you clear them them Windows 8 will turn Secure Boot Off
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Question:

Can you use the HDMI on the back as an input device?
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ok thanks good thing I never did

one more thing I am set to offset in the bios now in cpu-z my clock speeds are at 3900mkz I thought if you on offset the cpu speed at idal should be 1600mkz and jump to the higher speed under load
im stuck at 3900mkz all the time
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