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    ROG Guru: Blue Belt Array gupsterg PC Specs
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    Yes POST times on C7H are slow, will it get faster? not in my opinion.

    I base this on how the C6H and ZE are, which again I have had since launch. AFAIK the ASUS boards are slowest to POST, but I have no issue with that TBH. As I like the HW and think FW options are best to eek the best from HW.

    Yeah my i5 4690K on a M7R posted much faster, but I have a lot more capable system vs the Intel rig for not alot more £.
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    do you lot sit there timing the post time or what, it's not like it takes minutes, I've never been bothered with post times with any pc I've ever built for myself & I've built quite a few over the years. If post times bother you that much though then one solution is to use sleep mode in windows, that's what I use anyway and hardly ever reboot unless it's for certain driver installs that may require it etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken429 View Post
    Well it's now October and the last BIOS update (0804) was in July. The boot time on the system is still very..... slow. I keep hoping that ASUS will release a BIOS that boots faster - but I'm pretty much losing hope. Therefore, I just leave the system on 24-7 and let it sleep a lot! Any sign of a new BIOS release out there?
    Seems like every Forum has someone who has to re-state the obvious!

    But...I still get annoyed every time I reboot an AMD system (Taichi/1700X and Hero VII/2700X) and it takes twice as long to boot than similar Intel systems (Extreme Z97/4790K, Extreme4/2600K etc., etc.). By twice as long I mean ~40 seconds vs <20 seconds. AMD has come out with some great new processors, thank you, now if they could just get the BIOS to boot faster.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array SaLSouL PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken429 View Post
    Seems like every Forum has someone who has to re-state the obvious!

    But...I still get annoyed every time I reboot an AMD system (Taichi/1700X and Hero VII/2700X) and it takes twice as long to boot than similar Intel systems (Extreme Z97/4790K, Extreme4/2600K etc., etc.). By twice as long I mean ~40 seconds vs <20 seconds. AMD has come out with some great new processors, thank you, now if they could just get the BIOS to boot faster.
    Ive ran my setup in RAID (SATA) and AHCI (single) and the boot problem for me only manifests itself when Im running RAID (SATA) there seems to be a slowdown on the bootcode 92 (BIOS DATA TABLE CHECK)http://www.bioscentral.com/postcodes/amibios.htm it sits there for about 20 sec then progresses to 99>0d>windows.

    This is not present in AHCI mode. fast boot works as intended
    CSM>>>disabled
    Boot config > 1 sec
    UEFI secure boot >>> enabled & seckeys installed.

    Hope this helps

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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array Rewerend PC Specs
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    I am using CSM disabled too
    Boot config - i'll try
    UEFI secure boot enabled but boot keys I am not sure about it... It could fix the the problem... But I never install the key
    Last edited by Rewerend; 12-04-2018 at 06:32 AM.

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    Same issue on my Crosshair VII (wifi) 2 700x

    it takes almost 30 secs for my system to boot up fully. it's set to UEFI and the slowness is only on pre windows boot up. It looks like the main-board checks heaps of stuff before it starts the OS. Currently on BIOS V1002, I'm planing to upgrade it to V1103.
    I will let you guys know if that actually makes any difference.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Ken429 PC Specs
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    I just installed BIOS Version 1003 and did not see any change in boot cycle. It still takes the BIOS ~30 seconds "of deep thought" before it starts to boot Win 10.

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    I've updated my motherboard's BIOS from version 1002 to 1103, 1.5 sec improvement by comparing the Windows last BIOS time from 16.8 to 15.4 seconds

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    ROG Guru: Blue Belt Array gupsterg PC Specs
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    Been on UEFI 0601, 0702, 0804, 0012, 1002, 1101 and 1103. Really can not say I have observed any improved POST time, I did not expect any TBH either.

    Resuming from sleep is the speediest way to desktop. The power usage in sleep is so minimal that TBH this is the route I'd employ if POST times is concern.
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    not solucioned yet?
    the bios post is mega slow!!!
    How can be in a hight end mother board?

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