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That's freaking coolz thumb.gif
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Thank you Sir.... I saw Dino's video and wondered when this was coming out....
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That's sick! I just downloaded it! Love it!
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That's sick! I just downloaded it! Love it!

Geez I found this when I am hours into a Prime 95 run to test my memory OC tongue.gif Got to wait til the run is over to install.
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Heyyy Guys,

A quick question about our Lovely Z77x-UP7 mobo.

One thing I have noticed is that the BIOS post time is rather long. If I compare it to the boot times I have
with Windows it self using a Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD drive the BIOS POST time is longer
then the actual Windows boot time.

If I compare the BIOS POST times to my previous motherboard (ASUS P8P67 EVO) the Z77X-UP7
really POSTS slowly. I know there is a difference in the kind of bios because my previous motherboard
had the old style old school type of BIOS while theZ77X-UP7 has the UEFI kind.

Sooo anyways I have a couple of questions for you guys

1. Is there a way to make the BIOS POST faster??
2. Is there a way to make your BIOS POST like the old school type of bioses. (with the old school type of bios
you see it POSTING with a memory count and harddrive detection and that kind of stuff, you dont see that with
the new kind of bios)

Well lads and galls, I hope you can help me with this one!

Oww below here are my sys specs if you need them!

GReetings from DrDeathhand

CAse = Coolermaster Cosmos 2
PSU = Corsair AX1200I
Motherboard = Gigabyte Z77x-UP7
Processor = Intel I7 3770K
CPU Cooler = Corsair H100i
RAM = 32 GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2133hz
Graphics card = Asus GTX 680 Direct CU2 TOP
Soundcard = Creative Labs XFI XtremeGamer Fatal1ty pro
Optical drive = 1x LG Blueray Writer.
Monitor = Samsung Syncmaster P2450
network card= 2x onboard
Harddisk = 4x Western Digital Caviar Black 2TB WD2002FAEX (7200rpm, SATAIIII, 64MB)
1x Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB (7200rpm, SATA II, 32MB)
1x SSD Samsung 840 Pro 256GB (SATA III) OS
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post #236 of 242
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Heyyy Guys,

A quick question about our Lovely Z77x-UP7 mobo.

One thing I have noticed is that the BIOS post time is rather long. If I compare it to the boot times I have
with Windows it self using a Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD drive the BIOS POST time is longer
then the actual Windows boot time.

If I compare the BIOS POST times to my previous motherboard (ASUS P8P67 EVO) the Z77X-UP7
really POSTS slowly. I know there is a difference in the kind of bios because my previous motherboard
had the old style old school type of BIOS while theZ77X-UP7 has the UEFI kind.

Sooo anyways I have a couple of questions for you guys

1. Is there a way to make the BIOS POST faster??
Disable anything in the BIOS you don't need, that should stop it looking for those devices. Make sure boot priority is set to your OS drive.
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Originally Posted by DrDeathhand View Post

Heyyy Guys,

A quick question about our Lovely Z77x-UP7 mobo.

One thing I have noticed is that the BIOS post time is rather long. If I compare it to the boot times I have
with Windows it self using a Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD drive the BIOS POST time is longer
then the actual Windows boot time.

If I compare the BIOS POST times to my previous motherboard (ASUS P8P67 EVO) the Z77X-UP7
really POSTS slowly. I know there is a difference in the kind of bios because my previous motherboard
had the old style old school type of BIOS while theZ77X-UP7 has the UEFI kind.

Sooo anyways I have a couple of questions for you guys

1. Is there a way to make the BIOS POST faster??
2. Is there a way to make your BIOS POST like the old school type of bioses. (with the old school type of bios
you see it POSTING with a memory count and harddrive detection and that kind of stuff, you dont see that with
the new kind of bios)

Well lads and galls, I hope you can help me with this one!

Oww below here are my sys specs if you need them!

GReetings from DrDeathhand

CAse = Coolermaster Cosmos 2
PSU = Corsair AX1200I
Motherboard = Gigabyte Z77x-UP7
Processor = Intel I7 3770K
CPU Cooler = Corsair H100i
RAM = 32 GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2133hz
Graphics card = Asus GTX 680 Direct CU2 TOP
Soundcard = Creative Labs XFI XtremeGamer Fatal1ty pro
Optical drive = 1x LG Blueray Writer.
Monitor = Samsung Syncmaster P2450
network card= 2x onboard
Harddisk = 4x Western Digital Caviar Black 2TB WD2002FAEX (7200rpm, SATAIIII, 64MB)
1x Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB (7200rpm, SATA II, 32MB)
1x SSD Samsung 840 Pro 256GB (SATA III) OS
1x SSD Samsung 840 Pro 512GB (SATA III) Game drive
its b/c you have so many devices hooked onto it. You might look into some of the BIOS options to jump over checking all those HDDs. Do you have some USb stick in there?
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Dear Sin0822,

I am sorry to say this but it is not because I have so many devices hooked onto it. My previous pc with the Asus P8P67 Evo motherboard had the exact same amount of devices and the Bios POST time
was WAYYYYY faster. Soooo there must be an other way to make the POST faster.

I have already checked the bios to see if there is a way to turn certain checks off but then again, these options where also present in the bios of the Asus P8P67 Evo motherboard and
it still remained fast.

And to answer your question about the USB stick. I do have some USB devices connected to my machine and yes the BIOS POSTS faster if I remove those devices
but the POST time of the P8P67 EVO is still way faster then the POST time of the Z77X-UP7.

Soooo my two questions still stand

1. Is there a way to make the BIOS POST faster??
2. Is there a way to make your BIOS POST like the old school type of bioses. (with the old school type of bios
you see it POSTING with a memory count and harddrive detection and that kind of stuff, you dont see that with
the new kind of bios)

I hope you can help me with this one.

BTW il post my old sys specs to show you that it doesnt differ very much with my new system.

Ase = Antec 1200
PSU = Corsair AX750
Motherboard = Asus P8P67 Evo
Processor = Intel I7 2600K
CPU Cooler = Super Mega with 2x Noctua NF-F12
RAM = 16 GB Corsair Vengeance Low Profile Memory
Graphics card = Asus GTX 580 Direct CU2
Soundcard =Creative Labs XFI XtremeGamer Fatal1ty pro
DVD drive= 1x LG Dvd Writer.
Monitor = Samsung Syncmaster P2450
network card= 2x onboard
Harddisk = 4x Western Digital Caviar Black 2TB (7200rpm, SATA II, 64MB)
1x Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB (7200rpm, SATA II, 32MB)
1x Crucial M4CT128M4SSD2 128GB SSD Drive. (SATA III)
1x Corsair Performance pro 128GB SSD Drive. (SATA III)

GReetings from Drdeathhand
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Dear Sin0822,


1. Is there a way to make the BIOS POST faster??
2. Is there a way to make your BIOS POST like the old school type of bioses. (with the old school type of bios


GReetings from Drdeathhand
Dear Deathhand.......lol, see how ridiculous that sounds biggrin.gif

This board is not the same as the Evo, so the BIOS will be different. If you can't stand the extra 10 seconds it takes to post, go back to the Evo.

The only thing you can do is disable stuff you are not using in the BIOS.
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like i said it is taking long b/c you have so many devices. ASUS prob had some setting set to bypass full post operation when you have so many devices hooked in, gigabyte wont do that by default because if there is an error POST will pick it up this way.

I am telling you to try and find settings that can let POST bypass checking out all your drives, maybe some drive timeout.

Try these settings:

CSM Support
Boot Mode Selection
Storage boot option control

BTW Tracy there is a Display Boot Option Control too that lets you choose between legacy and UEFI. lol


You should select for newer UEFI mode. BTW your old board also has full UEFI just different colors.
Edited by Sin0822 - 1/27/13 at 1:15pm
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