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Of the three P67 motherboards that I've had, the Biostar Tp67XE is insanely quick at booting. The msi gd65 and asus p8p67 pale in comparison.
ive notice the same, i love my TP67XE
post #22 of 25
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You have a 2600k, UEFI and C300 RAID 0.. and you take 60 seconds to boot?!?
i need to go record my TP67XE + C300 's time, it seems like it's 20sec or so
post #23 of 25
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You have a 2600k, UEFI and C300 RAID 0.. and you take 60 seconds to boot?!?
yeah, it seems slow

it used to be like 20 seconds faster before i installed a TV tuner card and switched my hard drives from the bad ports to the marvel ports.

also, i think i have too many services loading..
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What about the GPU? On my PC it takes 13 seconds before the first thing appears on the monitor, and it is the GPU bios message. (Anyway to improve that?)
With factoring that in, how accurate can we measure BIOS post time...
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yeah, it seems slow

it used to be like 20 seconds faster before i installed a TV tuner card and switched my hard drives from the bad ports to the marvel ports.

also, i think i have too many services loading..
I think it's due to new BIOS (uEFI )the only thing i would suggest is to disable logo screen and all the controllers that you don't use in bios,..keep your SSD on Intel 6Gb/s port (Marvell is sluggish), hope new BIOS will improve
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