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.5 seconds on my laptop
(hitachi 5400rpm sata 3HDD)
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Athlon x2 2ghz
40sp amd gpu
4gb 1333mhz ram

But since this is a ssd post
3 seconds on desktop (includes bios standby screen)
Vertex 3 120gb sata 3 max iops 500mb/s read
Windows 8
Intel quick boot
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I3-2120 4thread 2core @3.3ghz
Gigabyte radeon 7970 2048sp

Idk why the laptop boots faster
The laptop has faster transfer then the hdd on the desktop
But the ssd does get 500mb/s read/write when transfering
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What SSD are you using? 2x30gig Vertex 1 gen raid 0
Sata II or III? -- SATA II
Which OS? -- Windows 7
Boot time? -- 24 secs startup, 7 secs shutdown
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One of the major delays on the desktop over laptop is the bios boot but its still faster windows -windows for the laptop
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this thread is kinda useless, or should i say extremely flawed and inaccurate. simply posting ssd make and your boot time means almost nothing. boot time is extremely dependent on your computer hardware configuration as well as external devices connected.
for example, i have 1xSSD 6xHDD 1xDVD in my system and a handful of usb devices. my boot time with all that is just under 30 secs, but if i disable everything that is not crucial to run windows my boot is under 20 secs. does that mean that disconnecting all those hard drives made my ssd magically faster? no it doesn't.
when computer boots the more devices you have, the more boot time checks will be performed, the longer it will take to boot.

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I don't know why there is such an obsession with boot times anyway. Lets be honest, if it takes 30secs or 20secs to boot to desktop does anyone really care that much? I doubt it, as long as it's not 2mins. Boot times should never been shown to prove an SSD's performance anyway, it has too many variables that could influence results. And it's not a reason to choose one drive over another, there's far more to it than that.

Look at it this way, the thread is whats "Your" fastest SSD Boot times it isnt any sort of competition or saying my rig boots faster than yours or my SSD boots faster than yours but you get to see other peoples benchmark of that specific SSD and if you have similar setup and yours takes 50seconds and someone elses takes 20 seconds then you can kind of look into it and see if you can tweak it anymore but thats solely on your decision.

We see benchmarks of video cards all the time and people comparing so if your video card isnt getting 8xxx points while majority of people are then theres something that could probably be causing that. Not to say that you have to but you kind of wanna know why your device isnt performing at full performance but if you're satisfied with it then thats that.

I had a C300 for my boot drive prior to this and that thing is still a beast at 4Ks and thats whats important in windows as windows doesn't really read gigs of data but rather kb-mb so 4K read is what will get your windows boot times. I compared it to my 830 and the 830 is about 1-2 seconds faster, didnt do a side by side test but I just noticed it, even though it shaved off a few seconds I can tell that the new drive is a little better performing.

As for disabling startup programs I don't think that would change boot times as those are programs that are activated after the startup. During the loading of windows it will load up the drivers and the dll files or whatever processes before it hits the background. BIOS you can get a few more seconds by sorting out your boot order and disabling certain ones, of course if you do have xxx # of other drives then yeah it can slow it down as well.

I guess what people can do is also list their other peripherals to get a better scenario of what we're benching.

So in my case I have:
2x 1TB HDD
1x SSD (running as external atm)
1x Bluetooth Dongle
1x Webcam
1x Printer
1x 360 controller
1x Keyboard
1x Mouse
2x Monitors

So these are the things that it would have to load (drivers/controllers) during windows startup. So someone with having just one harddrive, keyboard/mouse/monitor should "theoretically" load up faster than someone with multiple.

But overall I think this thread does help with getting people to see where they're at and if you read in a few pages some people want to make adjustments to make a faster boot time, not to say it "matters" but if you buy something you want to get most out of your money. While some people are okay with sticking to stock or not even loading the correct drivers or tweaking for SSD use and then there are people who want to overclock, tweak, do things that will increase the life of their product and have a better understanding of how the technology works and how it affects what you're doing. You can say yeah man get an SSD it will make your boot times faster, how? why? whats going on here? why does it make it faster than a spinning hard drive? etc...

So just pointing out that a thread like this isnt particularly useless as it does serve its purpose, just like any other "benchmarking" thread out there, no one has the same setup so why are we comparing 3DMark, Heaven, game benchmarks etc.

And from point of reference. If I say SSD A boots at 20seconds and SSD B boots at 30 seconds which one would you buy? both same price, same storage? thumb.gif
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30s is redicolious you must be booting from an IDE floppy
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And from point of reference. If I say SSD A boots at 20seconds and SSD B boots at 30 seconds which one would you buy? both same price, same storage? thumb.gif

The problem here is boot times are most likely affected more by BIOS, OS, settings and other factors than it is by the SSD itself. Unless you're testing on the exact same system, you can't tell if the faster boot times are really due to the SSD.

I think this probably says it all:



With the same hardware, boot times between various SSDs connected to both SATA III and SATA II is practically negligible. Even the "slow" Intel 320 300GB (based off the same controller as the X25-M) had boot times comparable to newer SATA III SSDs. There's an obvious difference between HDD and SSD but between SSDs, there's a maximum 2.2 second difference between the SSD with fastest boot time and the SSD with the slowest boot time.
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this thread is kinda useless, or should i say extremely flawed and inaccurate. simply posting ssd make and your boot time means almost nothing. boot time is extremely dependent on your computer hardware configuration as well as external devices connected.
for example, i have 1xSSD 6xHDD 1xDVD in my system and a handful of usb devices. my boot time with all that is just under 30 secs, but if i disable everything that is not crucial to run windows my boot is under 20 secs. does that mean that disconnecting all those hard drives made my ssd magically faster? no it doesn't.
when computer boots the more devices you have, the more boot time checks will be performed, the longer it will take to boot.

You make it sound like this is some sort of competition.
Its not. Its just meant to show how fast your windows boot speeds are. There is not supposed to be a ''HAAA I BOOT FASTER THEN YOU '' discussion in this topic

If you dont like it, feel free to just ignore this topic.
People love to share/brag about things, and thats why i made this topic smile.gif
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The problem here is boot times are most likely affected more by BIOS, OS, settings and other factors than it is by the SSD itself. Unless you're testing on the exact same system, you can't tell if the faster boot times are really due to the SSD.
I think this probably says it all:

With the same hardware, boot times between various SSDs connected to both SATA III and SATA II is practically negligible. Even the "slow" Intel 320 300GB (based off the same controller as the X25-M) had boot times comparable to newer SATA III SSDs. There's an obvious difference between HDD and SSD but between SSDs, there's a maximum 2.2 second difference between the SSD with fastest boot time and the SSD with the slowest boot time.

Your right! Im adding the following things into the 'Code':

- Motherboard Type
- External devices (Like USB drives, DVD Drives etc)
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I am using vertex 4 ssd but why my boot time is low as 49 secs?
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I am using vertex 4 ssd but why my boot time is low as 49 secs?

Maybe its one of your internal drives that slowing it down. (Like a CD Drive)
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