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post #40641 of 40968 (permalink) Old 05-25-2019, 10:08 AM
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Upgraded to 7002 and the post boot time is really slow. I made the CMOS clear with removing the batt, MemClear disabled, Fast boot and CSM disable. Still 17sec till the Asus boot Logo appears and around 38sec till I see the WIN10 desktop on a SSD. Same Hardware but with an Asus Z77 chipset it was 22sec. New technology and worse boot time?

Also what is new with this bios version. I get a blank screen after rebooting from time to time. It seems the system is stuck with the fast boot. Need to reset to get into windows again. As I do a lot of ISO OS testing now this booting time is annoying.
Is it the same for you guys?
Boot time has always been slow on this board :/

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Boot time has always been slow on this board :/
Do you have your boot drive on the 0 SATA port?

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post #40643 of 40968 (permalink) Old 05-25-2019, 03:36 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Mike8040 View Post
.... OS testing now this booting time is annoying.
Is it the same for you guys?
Sometimes this can happen when cpu/ram voltage is too low, does it do this with everything at stock?

EDIT: Upon further thinking, this can also happen if an HDD is on its way out too
Well that would be not that great but I don't think this is the case here. Default, optimized and my settings which are far from fancy give the same portly post boot. Wifi, Audio, Network stuff is deactivated too.
SSD is new and the HDD is fine and around half a year young. Both with excellent s.m.a.r.t values.
On my asus Z77 board the same components and OS. Great and reliable system with boot time identical to my smartphone.
On bios 6401 it was even worse and slower. To get into the bios I could hit del for about 8sec plus waiting further same time to get into the menu. It was slower then WIN10 needs to boot to desktop...
Well I didn't didn't try the UEFI/csm disabled and blamed the csm mode. Thought my boot time was bad because of csm compatibility mode.
Coming from a half decade older chipset and getting nearly 100% worser booting (which is also a quality of user experience) is disappointing where I ask myself get another chipset or other board manufacturer.

After further research I found some people which happen the same boot time and find them quiet normal. The most don't seem to bother. What's your boot time?
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post #40644 of 40968 (permalink) Old 05-25-2019, 07:59 PM
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As I do a lot of ISO OS testing now this booting time is annoying.
Is it the same for you guys?
All the Asus boards I've owned have always been slow to boot.
CH6E, booting from NVME Samsung 970 Evo in M.2_1 socket, boot times with Windows 10 Pro x64.

Power on.
15 secs, BIOS beeps.
20 secs, ROG Image shows.
45 secs, Welcome Screen.
57 secs, Desktop loads.
1.12 secs, all start up programs loaded.

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takes me 26sec to boot into windows 10 on an 960 evo drive and my C6E board

that is similar to what I was getting on my intel platform: H77 + i5 3470 + Sata SSD PC

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Quote: Originally Posted by Dave001 View Post
All the Asus boards I've owned have always been slow to boot.
CH6E, booting from NVME Samsung 970 Evo in M.2_1 socket, boot times with Windows 10 Pro x64.

Power on.
15 secs, BIOS beeps.
20 secs, ROG Image shows.
45 secs, Welcome Screen.
57 secs, Desktop loads.
1.12 secs, all start up programs loaded.
just me in 25 seconds

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Quote: Originally Posted by Dave001 View Post
All the Asus boards I've owned have always been slow to boot.
CH6E, booting from NVME Samsung 970 Evo in M.2_1 socket, boot times with Windows 10 Pro x64.

Power on.
15 secs, BIOS beeps.
20 secs, ROG Image shows.
45 secs, Welcome Screen.
57 secs, Desktop loads.
1.12 secs, all start up programs loaded.
I boot up in app. 30-35 seconds max total.
CH6, booting from NVME Samsung 960 Evo in M.2_1 socket, boot times with Windows 10 Pro x64 1903.

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I think "BootRacer" could be a good start to share (but not compare) our PC boot time with all the differents apps launching at startup (Steam, GOG, Epic and others)

This is mine, after the 4th restart: best time 29 sec.
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Boot up times for me are (roughly) with a Samsung 960 evo nvme:

Warm boot: 20 sec

Cold boot: 30 sec - Normally turns on, then off and then boots

Windows claims in task manager that my last boot was 12.5 seconds

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Do you have your boot drive on the 0 SATA port?
Possibly not, why?

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