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  1. #31
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    Fist time i install W10, it was fast....about 8/15seconds....with tme became slow, its normal...

    This weekend i install W7. It was a pain, but have to turn on CSM and turn off secure boot (dont know how was with W10), but W7 takes much longer time to boot...

    Really dont care very much since im happy with old W7

    CH7 VII + 16G Flex + watercooling

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    my old gigabyte z77x-ud3h was 10 times faster on boot time.....
    WHY!!! this mother board is HIGHT end?
    why is so slow?

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    Slow in feb. 2019

    My CH7 / AMD Ryzen 7 2700X / 32 GB RAM@3400MHz. - system ist still slow booting in 2019 ... BIOS is the newest.
    Any solutions? Or is this a feature from the CH7 - like slow brewering oder slow cooking ^^

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    I too just built my new Asus CH7 WiFi w/Ryzen 2700x and 32GB RAM (Patriot Memory VIPER 4 Series 3000MHz (PC4 24000) 16GB Dual Channel DDR4 Kit PV416G300C6K). All hardware (cpu,mem,video card) are on the QVL list. Once windows 10 is loaded via uefi its fine but the POST is dirt slow. Takes about +-30 seconds before my monitor even comes on from a powered off state then I see the ROG logo and then windows starts to boot. Im not even overclocking at all. All bios settings are set to defaults (auto).

    Last BIOS Time according to Task Manager is 26.6 seconds.

    ~SOL
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    The more things that's packed into bios and PCB components, the longer it takes for the board to post to enter windows boot (or boot as you call it)
    A cheap Asus mobo post faster than a premium ROG board (shortening the boot experience)

    (Bios post time is also about how much peripherals that's connected to the motherboard, population of ram slots etc)

    I turn on my computer in the morning, and power it off before i go to bed
    The extra time is nothing i think about to be honest

    its many things that can be done to speed up windows, to change the overall experience, but there is no auto fix for this..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockford View Post
    The more things that's packed into bios, the longer it takes for the board to post to enter windows boot (or boot as you call it)
    A cheap Asus mobo post faster than a premium ROG board (shortening the boot experience)
    It makes sense if you think about it. After all POST does stand for "Power On Self Test". Which basically means that as soon as the device gets power it starts testing/checking etc.. all the misc on-board (motherboard) components that it needs to work, and the CH7 have a lot. Isnt that what all the codes that that little display on the mobo shows during post(ing)?

    Ramblings

    Im not a gamer nor do I care much at all about overclocking or all the fancy led lighting. I wouldn't mind toying around with a game from time to time just to see what this thing can/cant handle (outside of benchmarks). I understand that I bought a gaming mobo with a entry level gpu card. I just needed something with some beef. I need a good workstation for the house to replace my vary old (Asus - Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 ATX AM3+ Motherboard) w/AMD FX 8350 (32gb ram). I read very good reviews about the CH7. And so far its living up to its name (other than the longer than preferred post time).

    I do a lot of VM stuff and I can create a guest vm and give it 16GB ram and dedicate max cores/cpu's and install/boot linux or windows without cpu usage or temp take a hit at all. That in it own is pretty nice in my case. Sometimes makes me thing my readings are wrong.

    Over all Im really happy with what I build for what I plan to do with it being that I was limited to $1500. This should last me a good while ( I hope ).

    ~SOL

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    People pay premium for all the features that comes with Crosshair, some use many of them, most don't
    Some buy it for bling or gaming others for overclocking

    The top of the line ROG boards always have a longer post sequence than the budget lineup, due to what i mentioned above

    Asrock bios is a desert in comparison!

    So its normal

    PS: If windows load apps and items slowly after boot (takes long time for the desktop to be ready) then windows and software needs to be optimized, its not the motherboard
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    ROG Member Array Richd1963 PC Specs
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    Cool Clear CMOS

    Well, I read back a few pages and didn't see anyone suggest to clear the CMOS. I know for me in the past, not necessarily with this mobo, but I have been able to resolve some boot issues by doing this. Take it for what it's worth, JMHO.

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    I have measured my boot time from pressing the power button to when the windows logon screen appears and for my system this takes about 42 seconds of which about 35 seconds is all bios post time. If power is shutdown at the power supply than it takes a few seconds longer.

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    I'm still on 0804 and yes, boot times are about 45 seconds for me on CH7 WiFi.
    I'll update the bios and see how it improves, if any.

    Update
    I updated the BIOS to 2203, disabled CSM and the boot time from cold to desktop is now about 25 seconds, so it's definitely an improvement.
    Last edited by Rufinoman; 04-16-2019 at 12:31 PM. Reason: Update

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