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    Urgent! ASUS X299-E M.2 Boot Problem

    Hi master of geeks,

    I were using this build:

    Windows 10 1709
    Intel I7-7820X
    Samsung 960 PRO M.2
    Samsung 850 PRO SSD
    Gskills 3200 8GB Trident Z x4
    GTX 1080

    I'm confused why my windows using 18~22 sec to startup and get till login screen?
    While using 860 PRO SSD, I got like 9 sec boot time. It's way faster than I using M.2!
    or M.2 mean slower booting time?
    AND YES! I've installed tested with SAMSUNG NVME Driver / Microsoft NVME Driver + CSM DISABLE!

    I'm really despair....
    Please HELP, my Otaku life and my pc is counting on you!
    Last edited by CZPhang; 03-11-2018 at 02:49 PM.

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    ROG Guru: Gold Belt Array Menthol PC Specs
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    CZPhang,
    That is normal, an M.2 or pcie drive takes a little longer to initialize during post than a SATA drive. 25 to 35 seconds from start button to desktop is completely normal on HEDT platforms.
    These NVME drives are much faster than SATA drives and you will gain that time back and more during use.

    Your Otaku life is safe

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    It took so long to boot for Kyle he had to edit it in his video
    https://youtu.be/8IfwKdP7b1w?t=9m40s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menthol View Post
    CZPhang,
    That is normal, an M.2 or pcie drive takes a little longer to initialize during post than a SATA drive. 25 to 35 seconds from start button to desktop is completely normal on HEDT platforms.
    These NVME drives are much faster than SATA drives and you will gain that time back and more during use.

    Your Otaku life is safe
    Thanks for the reply!
    Since like I had no choice but to stick with 2x sec boot time than ><

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    Disabling memory training can shave a few seconds of your boot time. However, I wouldn't recommend it though.

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