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    ROG Member Array i4eneco PC Specs
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    sorry guys, I haven't answered yet, because I am busy right now, I will respond when I know more what's causing the startup delay. I think it's the realtek sound driver. By the way I am using the standard 980 Pro Win10 driver since so far there is no Samsung PCIE4 NVME driver (at least what I know)

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    If you look at the Task Manager, startup tab, it will show a Bios Start time. Mine is currently 8.2 seconds.

    Below that it might identify if some startup utilities are High impact and might be involved.

    Otherwise, is the delay prior to starting Windows or after Windows has taken over.. You might also create a boot log using msconfig.exe to see if some driver is having a problem.

    The other option is disabling some startup services, using msconfig. Just don't disable any Microsoft ones..

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    Hello i4enco, Did you flash the bios to latest version dated 03/29/21 ?
    This worked for me

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    ROG Member Array i4eneco PC Specs
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    MotherboardAsus Maximus XIII Hero
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    Memory (part number)CMH32GX4M4D3600C18
    Graphics Card #1AMD Radeon 6900 XT
    MonitorSamsung Odyssey G7
    Storage #1Samsung 980 PRO 1TB
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    CPU CoolerCorsair H115i Elite Capellix
    CaseAsus Rog Strix Helios
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    Issue resolved

    Hi everyone, I've resolved the issue:
    Bios Settings: I used Bios 0605, set Asus MCE to all Cores, enabled Dual TAU, set XMP to 3600mhz, Gear 1 (1:1), 100:133, manually set voltage to: vccio/sa to 1.2 (vccio was 1.4 with auto, sa at 1.56 auto, way too high), enabled all onboard devices, disabled MyAsus and ArmoryCrate
    Windows: completely new setup using the latest available drivers (mostly not using the Asus ones, but the ones posted by another member of this forum here). I use the latest AuraSync Software, iCue and Jacknet RGB Sync for RGB control and nothing else (forget about Armoury....)
    Now everything is working stable and fast as expected, thx for all the feedback!

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    Quote Originally Posted by i4eneco View Post
    Hi everyone, I've resolved the issue:
    Bios Settings: I used Bios 0605, set Asus MCE to all Cores, enabled Dual TAU, set XMP to 3600mhz, Gear 1 (1:1), 100:133, manually set voltage to: vccio/sa to 1.2 (vccio was 1.4 with auto, sa at 1.56 auto, way too high), enabled all onboard devices, disabled MyAsus and ArmoryCrate
    Windows: completely new setup using the latest available drivers (mostly not using the Asus ones, but the ones posted by another member of this forum here). I use the latest AuraSync Software, iCue and Jacknet RGB Sync for RGB control and nothing else (forget about Armoury....)
    Now everything is working stable and fast as expected, thx for all the feedback!
    Edited, I just updated to Bios 0605 from stock 0232, Motherboard is XIII Hero, and my boot time is hella fast now (it was slow as fxxk with 0232), now its as fast as my previous Z390, and I didn't tweak any Bios setting like you did, just Armory Crate is Enabled, Audio Device disabled since I have my own Sound Card, Blue Tooth, Wi-fi Disabled since I don't use them, didn't tweak anything else. running 1 M.2 SSD in M.2_3 slot, 2 SATA HDD in SATA.1 and SATA.2 slots.
    Last edited by mijingakure; 04-22-2021 at 06:05 PM.

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    ROG Member Array 3dw4rdTm PC Specs
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    Thanks a lot!

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    Be sure that you installed the lates Firmware for 980pro this will fix nvme slowdowns to 1000MB/s.

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