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Hey guys,

Wanted to get some opinions on what could be causing this. I had updated my machine with pretty much all new internals: Corsair Force GT 120 SSD, MSI M77-G43, 16GB Corsair @ 9-9-9-24, and a 3770k processor running Win 7 64-bit. Installing everything was no problem, and it was lightening fast on booting up without using the "fast boot" option....basically it would get to the windows loading screen with the 4 colored moving dots that shape into the windows flag and it would be finished loading before the dots ever connected! That was overclocked at 4.2Ghz.

Right after I built my "dream machine", someone at my work offered to give me his Intel Retail Edge discount for a 3930k processor for $170! I couldnt pass it up. We needed an upgrade to a machine at work anyway, so I just sold my stuff to my work and bought new stuff for the LGA 2011 socket.

ANYWAY, to make a long story short, here's my new list of parts: 3930k, ASRock Extreme6, 16GB Mushkin 1600 @ 7-7-7-24 in Quad Channel (verified), Intel 520 180GB Sata 3 SSD (also part of the Retail Edge deal), Corsair HX 1050 PSU (Bought this for this newest build)......other than those components, everything else is the same (HD 7850, Corsair H60, and other things that dont affect performance). Well once I got it all up and running and fully updated with all updates, it seems that this PC takes about 2x-3x as long to start up. I suppose it doesnt REALLY matter because while in game or running any progs, everything feels the same....as should be expected, except when encoding/transcoding video of course. But I'm just curious why it would be taking so much longer to boot up? Is the Intel 520 slower than the Corsair Force GT? Could the Extreme6 motherboard causing the slower boot time? Might it be the RAM? (Shouldnt be because it's running better timings than my previous RAM). I've checked to make sure that the 520 is running in SATA 3 mode with AHCI enabled, i've overclocked the 3930k to 4.4Ghz, check the ram timings, etc. What gives?

I expected it to be the same or better than the 3770k, at least in regards to boot time....Just trying to figure this thing out.

Thanks for any insight!
post #2 of 9
Sounds Like the SSD might be slowing you down. Iv'e built a couple of machines with a Asrock extreme4 boards and the are fast booters. 3570k builds. I'm using Samsung SSD's. I would do a double check on your start up programs and see if there is one or two that are slowing bootup. Look at msconfig and check there, and see if that helps.
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It's normal X79 has a lot more things to load up on the chipset, 2011 is noted for being long boot ups.
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post #4 of 9
disable some of the onboard devices if your not using them, usually the additional sata6 controller is the biggest culprit turn it off (assuming your not using it) and it should boot quickly.

edit: it should be listed as ASMedia ASM1061, under onboard devices in the bios.
Edited by mr. biggums - 10/16/13 at 6:31pm
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Have you considered running something like CrystalDiskMark to check your SSD's performance?
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Also download software that tests your SSD speeds. Make sure your getting the correct read/write speeds.

I have the intel 520 180gb and its fantastic.
I'm getting 500mb+ ready/write with it. Boot up times are very fast.
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Update to Newest Beta Bios found here: http://66.226.78.21/downloadsite/bios/2011/X79%20Extreme6(L2.45)ROM.zip

Also, with Beta Bios' from ASRock there are many fast boot options (actually 3 settings) for both HD's and SSD's. Also make sure AHCI is enabled as opposed to IDE. Definitely has to do with your settings.
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its not ssd, its just the way it is, if im not mistaken the i7 3770k is newer tech than the 2011 platform.. also the 1150 platform loads even faster in my experience
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Originally Posted by Asus11 View Post

its not ssd, its just the way it is, if im not mistaken the i7 3770k is newer tech than the 2011 platform.. also the 1150 platform loads even faster in my experience

If you are talking about 3770k being newer than 3930k than I agree but if you are talking about LGA 2011 being older than LGA 1155 than you're wrong!
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