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I installed Samsung 840 Pro 256GB in my first rig that is Asus RIVE and i7-3930K and connected to SATA3 Intel X79 chip, and the installation of Windows is very very slow, i started to install longer than 20 minutes and still under finalizing it, and the boot windows logo first time is still very very long time, will see when it will be done, i will restart and see, but what is the problem with this rig now? and which SSD i can use now to have that fast booting and OS? It sounds my rig is all getting wrong configurations so i can't understand any issue i face, the heat seems also high.
   
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I thing you have to do some changes in bios. Check out the thread "Sean's windows optimization guide" here on the forum.

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I installed Samsung 840 Pro 256GB in my first rig that is Asus RIVE and i7-3930K and connected to SATA3 Intel X79 chip, and the installation of Windows is very very slow, i started to install longer than 20 minutes and still under finalizing it, and the boot windows logo first time is still very very long time, will see when it will be done, i will restart and see, but what is the problem with this rig now? and which SSD i can use now to have that fast booting and OS? It sounds my rig is all getting wrong configurations so i can't understand any issue i face, the heat seems also high.

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I thing you have to do some changes in bios. Check out the thread "Sean's windows optimization guide" here on the forum.

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http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds

Make sure to follow everything in that thread.
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I did follow that, nothing changed, in fact the installation was very very slow and booting is also very slow, i am sure HDD can be faster on another computer than this SSD.

Well, just a notice, i took the SATA cable that i use on the 3rd rig which giving me blazing fast, and it boot fast for this first rig, and i replaced the SSD and it boots also fast, but once i restarted it got back to very slow, then i put back the Samsung 840 Pro SSD and it boots very slow again, so what happened when i fist used that SATA cable to give fast boot but then it returned back to very slow?

I used SATA 3 [6GB/s] cable before and now all cables of SATA 3 are giving same slow booting, it is like i am using Pentium 4 with 1GB RAM, so i hope i can solve this issue as soon as possible.
   
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I did follow that, nothing changed, in fact the installation was very very slow and booting is also very slow, i am sure HDD can be faster on another computer than this SSD.

Well, just a notice, i took the SATA cable that i use on the 3rd rig which giving me blazing fast, and it boot fast for this first rig, and i replaced the SSD and it boots also fast, but once i restarted it got back to very slow, then i put back the Samsung 840 Pro SSD and it boots very slow again, so what happened when i fist used that SATA cable to give fast boot but then it returned back to very slow?

I used SATA 3 [6GB/s] cable before and now all cables of SATA 3 are giving same slow booting, it is like i am using Pentium 4 with 1GB RAM, so i hope i can solve this issue as soon as possible.

That "SATA 3 Cable" crap is mostly lies. How about you finish installing Windows on that Samsung SSD and run Windows' update, then update the firmware by checking Samsung's website, here.
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That "SATA 3 Cable" crap is mostly lies. How about you finish installing Windows on that Samsung SSD, then update everything. Then update the firmware by checking Samsung's website, here.

I will do once i figure out the problem, now my rig is shutting down again and going very slow, so i think it is all about BIOS settings that slowing the entire of my rig, i feel i did something wrong with connectors somewhere.
   
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I will do once i figure out the problem, now my rig is shutting down again and going very slow, so i think it is all about BIOS settings that slowing the entire of my rig, i feel i did something wrong with connectors somewhere.

To make you feel better, just unplug everything. First, unplug your PSU and press and hold the power start button to make sure there is no charge left in the system. Then start disconnecting and reconnecting all the SATA connectors etc...
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To make you feel better, just unplug everything. First, unplug your PSU and press and hold the power start button to make sure there is no charge left in the system. Then start disconnecting and reconnecting all the SATA connectors etc...

Ok, i will do that.
   
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Ok, sorry to post this thread so quick, always as usual when i face a problem i post it on sites.

I found out what is the problem, the SSD is fast, not very fast as i really want or same as the 3rd rig but it is fast to SSD standard, and the slow is because the computer have a problem itself, and the problem is that the cooling is not getting the contact to the processor good enough, so that when i get into the BIOS the CPU temp hit 80C and shutdown every minute, when it is cooled down the rig is working fine but that doesn't last longer than 5 minutes because the heat is there, so i was advised to check out the contact to the processor to solve the heat and the slow of the machine itself not the SSD.

Thanks for any help and sorry if i ask too much.
   
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