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    Delay POST, system works but...

    If I cold boot or reboot I need to wait about 18 seconds for obtaining the "beep" confirming the boot.

    With my older Gene V the process completed within 3/5 seconds... maybe it's a news of UEFI firmware?
    I remember a similar behaviour with old Z77 system when changing for the first time the memories frequencies but after the first time all things returns OK.

    Thanks at all

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    I also notice it takes a little longer to get thru the post than it does to boot to Windows, I assume it is memory training

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menthol View Post
    I also notice it takes a little longer to get thru the post than it does to boot to Windows, I assume it is memory training
    Entire boot process will be completed, in W10 login screen, in about 30-35 seconds.

    Any advices?

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    I also noticed that it takes longer to post, from the moment I press power button to the post screen shows up...But actually not that long as yours

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    Quote Originally Posted by TszChun_Anson View Post
    I also noticed that it takes longer to post, from the moment I press power button to the post screen shows up...But actually not that long as yours
    Can you tell me your OC and the exact time for the first beep? Thanks

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    I have the same issue on Asus Z170 Deluxe. I was thinking it was related to the PCI-e Samsung SM951 or something. It takes a loooong time before it starts loading.

    Maybe its doing some memory testing or other adjusting. I dont know. It really annoying when doing memory OC, because it takes so damn long time everytime I have to go into bios and back to windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m4x2012 View Post
    Can you tell me your OC and the exact time for the first beep? Thanks
    I didn't count the time and I have never heard a beep sound, maybe I have something optional not installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwwwizx View Post
    I have the same issue on Asus Z170 Deluxe. I was thinking it was related to the PCI-e Samsung SM951 or something. It takes a loooong time before it starts loading.

    Maybe its doing some memory testing or other adjusting. I dont know. It really annoying when doing memory OC, because it takes so damn long time everytime I have to go into bios and back to windows.
    I saw code 33 and 35 TWICE on ONE SINGLE boot. Maybe there are two cycle running behind. I have experienced q-code 55 stuck but I am not sure if it is related...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TszChun_Anson View Post
    I saw code 33 and 35 TWICE on ONE SINGLE boot. Maybe there are two cycle running behind. I have experienced q-code 55 stuck but I am not sure if it is related...
    55 is Memory related...

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