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My boot time with kingston v300 120gb smile.gif
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My boot time with kingston v300 120gb smile.gif

That was fast. I think you can set in bios to even skip the gigabyte boot screen:thumb:
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What SSD are you using? -- Crucial M4 128Gb
Sata II or III? -- Sata 3
Which OS? -- Windows 7
Motherboard Type -- Gigabyte GA-Z68XP-UD4
External Devices -- None
Boot time? -- From power on, no fast post/bios 18-19 secs. 8 Secs for windows.
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**Note this was a year ago.
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post #84 of 122
other people win8 boot time is like instant as we can see in videos, why yours take so long . . .
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All dependent of hardware support. Windows 7 is more optimized for my hardware. Or rather my system is not optimized for windows 8.
I think it was ~15 seconds OS loading for windows 8 and it is average of 8 seconds for windows 7. lol. I'll be running Win 8.1 and see if that improved on anything when I get the time.
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other people win8 boot time is like instant as we can see in videos, why yours take so long . . .
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All dependent of hardware support. Windows 7 is more optimized for my hardware. Or rather my system is not optimized for windows 8.
I think it was ~15 seconds OS loading for windows 8 and it is average of 8 seconds for windows 7. lol. I'll be running Win 8.1 and see if that improved on anything when I get the time.
no idea, i have longer boots on multiple machines, it's whatever. I like 7 as is. I also was having network speed issues with 8 that never existed with 7.
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Could that because something is wrong in your guide:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1240779/seans-windows-8-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds
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no idea, i have longer boots on multiple machines, it's whatever. I like 7 as is. I also was having network speed issues with 8 that never existed with 7.
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Could that because something is wrong in your guide:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1240779/seans-windows-8-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds
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no idea, i have longer boots on multiple machines, it's whatever. I like 7 as is. I also was having network speed issues with 8 that never existed with 7.
nope lol. I don't even do half of the things on it and it makes no difference. My motherboard don't have the fast boot options for the hybrid hibernate power off mode that newer ones do for Windows 8 or something like that. Makes no difference to me anyways. I'm happy with 7.
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nope lol. I don't even do half of the things on it and it makes no difference. My motherboard don't have the fast boot options for the hybrid hibernate power off mode that newer ones do for Windows 8 or something like that. Makes no difference to me anyways. I'm happy with 7.

I see. I will update my desktop to windows 7 too, but honestly I will use the famous free stuff to crack it.rolleyes.gif
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Well, now with Windows 8 I'm getting 5-6 second boot times with my laptop...including POST. LOL IDK what was up with my install on my desktop, but for my laptop it is fast.

Acer Timeline U M5 481TG
Samsung 830 128GB
Windows 8 Pro
5-6 seconds

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Wow I feel so old. I put together a pc at frys for my mom. Windows 8 pro (discs from microsoft). They had a 2380P i5 for 75 bucks. I put in a 64gb ssd from micro center 155max write 500 read. And 8gb ram 1 stick. I always take about 30 seconds to boot.

So I don't know where you all are getting this <20 from. Even my netbook (lenovo ideapad s9) was 45 to 1 muniute with a ssd 32gb "super talent FTM32GL25V" And my laptop (samsung nprv515a01us)takesa bout 30 seconds to boot even with normal hd not ssd. So ssd should be faster.

I took out the 64gb and and stuck in a crucial m500 ssd 240gb from tiger direct store (not website) for 128 including tax and some change. Yesterday it was 30 off and today goes up 10 bucks.

I'm still doing 35 on the pc my moms. And I put the 64gb in my netbook. Not using much light web and email. So 64 is plenty. Even 32 was OK. But wanted to test speed. Now its 35. Ahci was disabled in bios cuz it would not install. But after installing it gave no errors when switching back to ahci. Then cuz its an upgrade I had to reinstall to get it to activate. And no erros with ahci while installing. So not sure what happened at first why it wouldn't install. But now its ahci. Anyhow 35 is only 10 seocnds faster.

So not sure how everyone is doing <20. But I'm so slow. The m500 ssd is 250/500 and the other sandisk ultra plus was 155/500 so the new ssd should be faster. Unless 240gb takes long to load. And I'm not sure what sata the netbook has. All programs say ide mode no sata listed. Even pc wizzard says sata on the top and then underneath says ide mode even thought its clearly an sata physical connection.

So not sure if its sata 1 or 2. My samsung is SATA 2 I'm pretty sure but not sure what the netbook is.
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