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post #11 of 30
Fabricated I bet..
post #12 of 30
I was using beta 6801 and it definetly boots faster than my vista after a fresh install. I've also noticed that rtm vista is faster at boot then after I install sp1.
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20 second boot huh? Upon which CPU?
I would like to know as well.
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Vista x64 SP1 boots up in 20-30 seconds for me anyway.

These results are by no means remarkable.
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post #15 of 30
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Huh, it says that Vista RTM was faster at booting that it is with SP1 and that it was only about 5-10 seconds slower than XP. I think we all know thats not true.
i think we all know this guy has been living in a cave the past 2 years.
post #16 of 30
I'm using Windows 7 6956 on my new Gateway FX 7811 latpop in dual-boot. It boots faster than Vista x64 SP1 fo sho.
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I'm not sure if it would make a difference, but why didn't they also test Vista x64? Or even tell us if it's the x86 or x64 version of W7?

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Something is wrong with your PC then. I just counted how long it took to go from the Foxconn splash to typing in my PW and it was 28sec.
AFAIK W7 is only 64bit.
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AFAIK W7 is only 64bit.
W7 will be 32 and 64 bit. W8 will most likely be 64-bit only.
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lol wut... i have vista 64 SP1, on a good day boot up time will be about 60-75 secs.
Looking at your sig rig, you might want to optimize your startup reg. keys or something. That seems LOOOONNNNGGG
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post #20 of 30
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20 second boot huh? Upon which CPU?
Boot times are most effected by hard drive speed. They could have a RAID of velociraptors for all we know. Those look very fabricated though, especially since they didnt provide info on the test system.
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