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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Asryan PC Specs
    Asryan PC Specs
    MotherboardAsus Maximus Hero XI
    Memory (part number)32GB G.SKILL Trident Z RGB / 3466Mhz
    Graphics Card #1EVGA RTX 3090 STRIX 0c
    Monitorlg 34gk950f
    Storage #1Sabrent Rocket
    Storage #2SSD: Samsung EVO 850 - 250Go + Samsung EVO 850 - 500Go
    CPU CoolerEK AIO 360 RG>B
    CasePhanteks P600S
    Power SupplySeasonic Prime TX 1000 Titanium
    Keyboard Corsair mk2 low profile
    Mouse Logitech G903 Chaos Spectrum
    Headset Arctis Pro wireless
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    OS Win 10 pro

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    Maximus hero X - boot time - Nvme questions


    I've installed an NVME SSD on my rig recently (Samsung P961 , which is actually 960Evo in OEM )

    It's installed on M2-1, i've put everything on PCIE x 4, disabled CSM ( i read it was better?)
    I've made a fresh install of windows on it and the NVME is GPT

    Though i found it long to boot but i'm actually not sure to be NVME related since it just takes time to load bios

    Here's a video to show you what is happening :

    thanks for your help !

    Oh ok. well the issue came after I installed the NVMe actually so i guess that's a lead but It's weird that all seem well configured .. But I don't have any q code error, always A0

    Should I clone my Windows partition on another drive to boot on it and test if it boots normally?

    Well after all 18s is not bad but I just wanna understand  

    All I tried so far

    Disable CSm
    Disable fast startup in windows
    Update Bios
    Unplug all Usb before powering up Pc
    Check if all PCIE are on X4
    Installed Intel rapid storage (saw that it fixed the issue for someone)
    tried XMP or without XMP
    Last edited by Asryan; 07-16-2019 at 08:38 PM.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Guitarmageddon888 PC Specs
    Guitarmageddon888 PC Specs
    MotherboardMaximus x code bios1704
    Memory (part number)8700k 5.1/4.9avx
    Graphics Card #1MSI 2080 gaming trio
    MonitorHP Omen 27"
    Storage #1Samsung 970 m.2
    Storage #2Samsung 860 evo
    CPU CoolerH150i
    CaseLian li pc011
    Power SupplyEvga supernova g3 850w
    Keyboard Corsair k70
    OS Windows 10

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    you could probably also reduce the bios screen duration via the bios. I reduced mine by a few seconds.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array bass junkie xl PC Specs
    bass junkie xl PC Specs
    MotherboardAsus Rog XI Code Z-390 -Bios -1502
    Processori9-9900-Ks @ 5.3/4.9 Cache @ 1.32v
    Memory (part number)32 GB ( 8 GB x 4 ) Team Group X @ 4133 mhz cl-17-17-17-34 @ 1.45v / vccio = 1.25v/ vcssa = 1.25 v
    Graphics Card #1RTX 3080 EVGA XC3 Ultra
    Sound CardMotherboard Realtec , Driver 87.46
    MonitorAsus PG279Q , 27 inch 165 HZ , 1440p G-Sync
    Storage #1Samsung 970 evo 1 TB x 2 m.2 nvme ssd
    Storage #2Samsung 970 evo + 500 GB (OS ) m.2 nvme ssd
    CPU CoolerDeep Cool Gamermaxx 360mm v2 / Kraken G12 s36 360mm
    CaseThermaltake View 71 full Glass
    Power SupplyEvga 1000w Platnuim
    Keyboard Corsair K95 Platnuim RGB
    Mouse Corsair Night Sword RGB
    Headset Razer Kraken 7.1 chroma
    Mouse Pad Asus Sheeth Large
    Headset/Speakers Logitech Z-5500 THX 5.1
    OS Windows 10-1909 x64 Pro
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    under dram timings near the bottom is a option called mch fullcheck and some other one both check ram timings and train the ram

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