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Ye pretty much 75% is the sweet spot for vdroop in that motherboard, you should worry about getting 1.165V, there's nothing wrong with 4.3Ghz = 1.170V.

yeah, but it gives slightly better temp, well thanks btw, much appreciated.
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Seagate ST500DM002-1BD142 Maxtor STM380815AS WD Blue WD10EZEX WD Green WD30EZRX 
Optical DriveCoolingOSOS
ASUS DRW-24D3ST Thermalright True Spirit 120 Windows 7 Professional SP1 x64 Windows 8.1 Pro x64 
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Hi everyone, i'm happy to see a subject about MSI motherboard, i have a problem of boot time due to my bios.

My configuration;
-SSD with windows seven ( first boot device)
-8GO of ram
-I5 3570
-others HDD ( 3To & 1To)
-Motherboard ( MSI Z77A-G43) is set with: Intel rapide start technology , and UEFI+Legacy.


Here is my problem:

My computer total boot time ( BIOS + Windows boot) is 28 secondes booting windows seven on a SSD 120 Go
The boot of the "Bios" is : 23 seconde
The boot of windows ( Flag of windows to desktop) is only 5 or 6 secondes.

Then i'm thinking the ssd works great, but i don't understand why the BIOS is so long to boot ??


Yeah because i'm almost sure the bios is not optimized, but i don't understand how to have a fast boot ( 8 / 15 secondes) like windows 8 like a windows 8 boot time on a ssd.


I'm currently using the uefi + legacy bios, does it can be the problem of my "long" boot time ?

I'm open to suggestion and others things to do.


Sorry about my poor english, and thanks for any help wink.gif
post #663 of 663
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Originally Posted by Abascada View Post

Hi everyone, i'm happy to see a subject about MSI motherboard, i have a problem of boot time due to my bios.

My configuration;
-SSD with windows seven ( first boot device)
-8GO of ram
-I5 3570
-others HDD ( 3To & 1To)
-Motherboard ( MSI Z77A-G43) is set with: Intel rapide start technology , and UEFI+Legacy.


Here is my problem:

My computer total boot time ( BIOS + Windows boot) is 28 secondes booting windows seven on a SSD 120 Go
The boot of the "Bios" is : 23 seconde
The boot of windows ( Flag of windows to desktop) is only 5 or 6 secondes.

Then i'm thinking the ssd works great, but i don't understand why the BIOS is so long to boot ??


Yeah because i'm almost sure the bios is not optimized, but i don't understand how to have a fast boot ( 8 / 15 secondes) like windows 8 like a windows 8 boot time on a ssd.


I'm currently using the uefi + legacy bios, does it can be the problem of my "long" boot time ?

I'm open to suggestion and others things to do.


Sorry about my poor english, and thanks for any help wink.gif

Great english by the way.

I am not sure if the 'display logo on boot' option has anything to do with how long it takes, but try disabling that.

I have a gd65 and it boots windows in about 15 sec from the bios beep.
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