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    @Menthol

    Thanks for this explain. Now i understand why the POST is so "long" on the x299 mainboards.

    @Ramalama
    I'm curious about your result.
    Let me know when you are finished.

    But i have another problem.
    My Samsung Pro M2. SSDs only have 2.800 MB/s Read performance (benchmark) why?
    On the Internet i found that many people have 3.500 MB/s in the benchmarks. Where are the last 700 MB/s ? (Both M2. have the same speed "problem" )
    Anyone know solution?

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    Thought I explained this in the back and forth PMs.
    Like I said and Menthol reiterated....

    There is a lot going on that is initializing and getting a pre boot test so to speak.
    Watch your Qcodes cycle through. If you see one hanging then there is something to worry about. Mine takes just as long. The more devices you have connected the longer it takes. More drives=more time. Put a spinner in the mix and you can go get a snack.

    Are you having issues once you are to desktop? If not I wouldnt give 27 seconds a thought. Hit the power button, grab a coke and a smoke then settle into your seat and strap in for the ride. Its not problematic, its just the nature of the beast. You can shave probably 5-6 seconds off by killing the pauses that allow you to get into the BIOS etc but thenif there is a problem you nget stuck in a cycle or you just have to be lighting fast on the DEL key!

    What are you using to benchmark your SSDs?

    960 pro

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    Crystal mimics Justin's results.
    I have no drives on the PCH, all CPU.
    No spinners or Sata on board.
    Radeon Vega 64
    Win 10 Pro

    Post time is IDC
    Boot time is Fastest I've ever had.

    I've heard that Ritalin and Valium sometimes helps in some cases.
    Last edited by G75rog; 12-19-2017 at 05:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
    Thought I explained this in the back and forth PMs.
    Like I said and Menthol reiterated....

    There is a lot going on that is initializing and getting a pre boot test so to speak.
    Watch your Qcodes cycle through. If you see one hanging then there is something to worry about. Mine takes just as long. The more devices you have connected the longer it takes. More drives=more time. Put a spinner in the mix and you can go get a snack.

    Are you having issues once you are to desktop? If not I wouldnt give 27 seconds a thought. Hit the power button, grab a coke and a smoke then settle into your seat and strap in for the ride. Its not problematic, its just the nature of the beast. You can shave probably 5-6 seconds off by killing the pauses that allow you to get into the BIOS etc but thenif there is a problem you nget stuck in a cycle or you just have to be lighting fast on the DEL key!

    What are you using to benchmark your SSDs?

    960 pro

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    Your pms was very helpful. But after my account got unlocked i decided to start a topic with the hope that there is any possible solution for this problem.

    I use "AS SSD Benchmark" to Benchmark my ssd

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    The more components on a board the slower it will boot, X99 was the same the fact is a 10 year old i7 on a z68 with UFI will boot faster because its not loading half as many controllers and most are native to the chipset.

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    27 seconds is definitely normal for HEDT. My old X99 started up even slower despite the platform being so mature. Just wait 27 seconds it's not that long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G75rog View Post
    Rampage VI Apex
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    Crystal mimics Justin's results.
    I have no drives on the PCH, all CPU.
    No spinners or Sata on board.
    Radeon Vega 64
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    Post time is IDC
    Boot time is Fastest I've ever had.

    I've heard that Ritalin and Valium sometimes helps in some cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielblackpound View Post
    Your pms was very helpful. But after my account got unlocked i decided to start a topic with the hope that there is any possible solution for this problem.

    I use "AS SSD Benchmark" to Benchmark my ssd
    That benchmark utility is why you are seeing lower scores. Not comparing apples to apples. Download and Run the Crystalmarks. Thats the most common and what you are seeing posting the 3500 give or take sequential read speeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramalama View Post
    On my R6E boot into windows Desktop takes 21sek (18 Seconds of that is Post, 3 seconds the windows boot logo to windows Desktop)

    On Asrock fatality x299 same takes 11sek (8 Seconds Post, 3 seconds from windows logo to Desktop)

    Its half the time, do you need a video to believe me???
    I dont want to swap the mainboards again, its a huge pain in the ass, but i can do this, if asus do bios improvements!

    Cheers

    EDIT: Thats exactly same board as i have here.

    Disable CSM in bios completely and enable Fastboot, check you time then...

    They test somehow bad (Non Uefi Post time) ? We are using uefi only... dont know what that means.
    This discussion is happening again and again through these forums and I come to the conclusion that Asus BIOS is just slow

    but I also have an Asrock motherboard, the Gaming 6 z370 i58600 and it also posts faster then the Hero I have, the Hro takes twice as long

    So what does the BIOS and the POST do different between motherboards ?

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