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Makes sense sleepsmiley02.gif Actually I was hoping the faster CPU and RAM speed would speed up boot time and overall responsiveness. Or am I misguided? guiltysmiley.gif

then you should buy a SSD, thats one thing youre gonna notice with boot time etc
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Oh, do you guys also know which CPU Power Phase Control should I set to? I currently have it set at Optimized. Should I put it at Extreme or perhaps Manual Adjustment?
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Boot time is bottlenecked by drive speed, CPU is hardly working during start up. And responsiveness ... of what? of the Windows UI?

Ah I see. Yeah the snappiness of things when I multi task between games/music/browser/office


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then you should buy a SSD, thats one thing youre gonna notice with boot time etc

I already have one tongue.gif Intel 520 120gb but I was expecting it to be a little faster. It takes around 24-30+seconds to cold boot without Intel Rapid Start Technology. Around 40-50+seconds for a restart also without IRST.
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Ah I see. Yeah the snappiness of things when I multi task between games/music/browser/office
I already have one tongue.gif Intel 520 120gb but I was expecting it to be a little faster. It takes around 24-30+seconds to cold boot without Intel Rapid Start Technology. Around 40-50+seconds for a restart also without IRST.
Most of that time is probably just your motherboard POSTing and running through the BIOS screen. Once it says "Windows is loading" it should be pretty quick. Especially after your login screen
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Most of that time is probably just your motherboard POSTing and running through the BIOS screen. Once it says "Windows is loading" it should be pretty quick. Especially after your login screen

Ah I see. So there's no way to speed up the BIOS screen and POSTing process huh. Oh and for some reason my ASUS BIOS Splash Screen flashes twice instead of once when I first got the PC. Do you know why?
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Forgot to say thanks for the links! They were very insightful rolleyes.gif
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Well i was referring to my i5 2550k frown.gif I'm planning on upgrading my motherboard soon, that might be part of the problem. Once I go over 4.2ghz, the OS crashes/corrupts and typically I have to reinstall EVERYTHING ><</div>

Wow... Even worse :/
 
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Boot time is bottlenecked by drive speed, CPU is hardly working during start up. And responsiveness ... of what? of the Windows UI?

Ah I see. Yeah the snappiness of things when I multi task between games/music/browser/office


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Originally Posted by VonDutch View Post

then you should buy a SSD, thats one thing youre gonna notice with boot time etc

I already have one tongue.gif Intel 520 120gb but I was expecting it to be a little faster. It takes around 24-30+seconds to cold boot without Intel Rapid Start Technology. Around 40-50+seconds for a restart also without IRST.
There is some things in bios you can do to speed up boot times. 1 is make sure your boot drive probably the c drive in most cases is set to the first boot device. Turn off things you are not using ie wifi bluetooth sata controllers that are empty meaning no drives plugged into them. I hope something here helps. If not keep asking there is great people on this forum that have a wealth of info a lot more than me. So good luck with your endeavors.
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There is some things in bios you can do to speed up boot times. 1 is make sure your boot drive probably the c drive in most cases is set to the first boot device. Turn off things you are not using ie wifi bluetooth sata controllers that are empty meaning no drives plugged into them. I hope something here helps. If not keep asking there is great people on this forum that have a wealth of info a lot more than me. So good luck with your endeavors.

Hmm I've already done those I think. But thanks anyway!

By the way, I like your display pic! Made me laugh tongue.gif
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Update: I think I got it stabilized at 4.5GHz with 1.290v! Been running prime95 for over 14 hours now and it haven't crashed once! biggrin.gif Max temps recorded by RealTemp was 82 on one core followed by around 77-79 for the others but most of the time 67-75ish.

And about going over 4.6GHz, I don't know whether to continue trying with higher voltages or not. As many on this thread said, it'll probably be a diminishing return. To run stable at 4.6GHz I gota put in around... 1.35v or more. And temps are always around the high 80s to 90s when running prime95. Should I try pushing for 4.6?
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