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    POST Time

    I just built a ryzen (everything is new)
    Pressing the button it takes over 15seconds before anything shows up on the screen. I have reinstall the windows few times already and I am sure I am on UEFI boot, as Windows Boot Manager is the first priority boot, and the ROG's logo replaced windows logo after the bios screen. and I had downloaded the latest drive for the m.2, and sure it is on AHCI. I tried lots of different things enabled/disabled the CSM....etc etc. Is there anyone could help me to shorten the post time, any suggestions?
    Ryzen 1800X
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    Corsair LPX 16gb 3000Mhz
    Samsung M.2 Pro 960 500gb
    ASUS ROG 1080Ti


    *Thanks in advance*

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    No, Mine takes 45 seconds or so to get out into the windows loading. The new AGESA 1.0.0.7 looks to shorten POST times, but its currently only available in beta releases, which most people are reporting is unstable for daily use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacky8087 View Post
    I just built a ryzen (everything is new)
    Pressing the button it takes over 15seconds before anything shows up on the screen. I have reinstall the windows few times already and I am sure I am on UEFI boot, as Windows Boot Manager is the first priority boot, and the ROG's logo replaced windows logo after the bios screen. and I had downloaded the latest drive for the m.2, and sure it is on AHCI. I tried lots of different things enabled/disabled the CSM....etc etc. Is there anyone could help me to shorten the post time, any suggestions?
    Ryzen 1800X
    ASUS Crosshair Hero VI BIOS v1701
    Corsair LPX 16gb 3000Mhz
    Samsung M.2 Pro 960 500gb
    ASUS ROG 1080Ti


    *Thanks in advance*
    That sounds about right.
    The motheboard will check if everyhing (hardware wise) is connected and working properly before it starts to boot any further, so there is nothing wrong on that side.
    You can however minimalize the post reporting time to 1 second (go into bios ----> boot tab there you can change this) but the post precessing is mendatorie and nothing you can do about that!

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