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  1. #11
    ROG Guru: Grand Master Array Arne Saknussemm PC Specs
    Arne Saknussemm PC Specs
    Laptop (Model)Laptop?...No way! (Model?...Jun Amaki...yes way!)
    ProcessorTHREADRIPPER 3960X
    Memory (part number)TXBD48G4000HC18FBK
    Graphics Card #1GTX Titan X
    Graphics Card #2SLI is dead to me
    Graphics Card #3Tri SLI is even dead to Nvidia
    Graphics Card #4Quad SLI is dead to everybody especially my credit card
    Sound CardXonar Essence STX
    MonitorASUS ROG Swift PG279Q
    Storage #1Samsung 970/960/950 PRO
    Storage #22x OCZ VERTEX 3/2x WD Caviar Black 500GB / 2x WD RED 2TB/Samsung 1TBSSDs
    CPU CoolerCustom Loop: Dual D5s, Dual Alphacool Monsta 480s, XSPC Raystorm Neo TR4, EK TitanX WaterBlock
    CaseNope!...Dimastech Easy XL...let it all hang out man!
    Power SupplySeasonic 1000 Platinum
    Keyboard Corsair Strafe MK2 ROG Claymore... or Fender Rhodes Electric Piano (MKI 73)
    Mouse Corsair M65Pro or Speedy Gonzalez...not Mickey...don't do Disney!
    Headset ...firmly on neck
    Mouse Pad Mouse don't got his own pad man...lives with me
    Headset/Speakers Edifier Spinnaker...or you mean the speakers in my too many voices to name them all
    OS Win XP, 7, 8, 8.1 and Windows 10 Spyware Edition
    Network Router56k modem
    Accessory #1 Umm...nice tie?
    Accessory #2 Err...belt?
    Accessory #3 3 accessories?! I'm not a girl!!
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    I haven't tried this but apparently fast boot doesn't work if you are using multicore enhancement. It does if you return processor to stock..but then you are losing performance when up and running and frankly that is where the time savings come in.

    It's like dog sled racing...guy with two dogs is set up and off faster while the guy with 8 dogs has to wrangle them all into place...but up and running no contest...

    You will be in for a treat no doubt first time you put those cores to good use...7940X vs 4790 will be night and day for video and and your music production

    Maybe fresh win 10 install will help because once boot hands off to OS driver loading can hang
    Quote Originally Posted by DJLTY View Post
    other times it hangs there for 10 seconds or more.
    which this sounds like...

  2. #12
    Administrator Array Silent Scone@ROG's Avatar
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    Worth noting it can differ greatly depending on the Windows 10 build, too. Some of the newer versions have a tendency to take longer to initialise devices.

    For me it's by the by anyway, as that's what sleep states are for. I don't lose sleep over a lost few seconds.
    Last edited by Silent Scone@ROG; 02-05-2018 at 11:13 AM.

  3. #13
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    Having perhaps a similar issue on my Z370-A, BIOS time is 14s ATM but in general the system boot process degrades overtime for no apparent reason.
    The Windows blue circle is just handing there for a while and the SSD is not even loading, when it finally does, the login screen is apparent within seconds.

  4. #14
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    I have had a similar issue. My system took several minutes to POST but that time fell to less than ten seconds once I enabled the gigabit Ethernet (I previously disabled it in the bios because I only use the 10gb Ethernet port).

    While I am happy to have resolved the issue, I am still confused as to why disabling an adapter I do not use, dramatically increases the POST time. Any thoughts?

  5. #15
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    Mine is at desktop in about 20 seconds.
    R6EE with BIOS 1004 modded and 10980XE.
    Don't use sleep, hibernate or fast startup.

  6. #16
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    The Extreme Encore compared to my Evga X299 Dark takes about 3 times longer to post and get to where it is loading windows.
    I assume since the Encore has much more BIOS options and devices it has to configure on POST that it is pretty natural for it to take longer than what you may be used too.
    My biggest gripe with this board is how slow the Per core Overclocking menu is in the BIOS. It is painfully slow and lags out pretty bad.

  7. #17
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    Simple solution

    Quote Originally Posted by DJLTY View Post

    Enjoying my new build, with one big exception. The boot time is ridiculously long - probably about 40 seconds to a minute from pressing power button, to working desktop. I'm wondering if anyone else is having this problem, and hoping it's just either a not so straightforward fix or just the board needing BIOS tweaks since it's still so new. I'll list what I've tried below, but will list the details of my PC first to see if maybe there's some conflicts going on.

    Here's the details of my PC:

    - Win 10 Enterprise
    - Asus ROG Rampage VI Extreme
    - i9 7940X, stock clock
    - 128gb Corsair Vengeance Ram XMP@3000
    - Samsung 960 Pro m.2 nvme 512gb as windows drive in M.2_1 Socket 3 bay (the one under the chipset shield)
    - 960 Pro m.2 nvme 2tb in one of the slots of the DIMM.2_SLOT (next to the ram)
    - 850 Evo 2tb in a hot swap drive
    - HGST Deskstar 4tb 7200
    - Gigabyte Aorus waterblock 1080ti
    - EK Coolstream PE 360mm rad
    - EK xres revo d5 pump combo
    - I do have an NZXT internal USB 2.0 hub that's used to connect a few things like a front USB 2.0 panel, a corsair lighting unit/fan hub controlling 6 RGB fans & 4 LED strips

    Here's what happens, & what I've tried:

    I push power button, and PC turns on. Monitor doesn't turn on until about maybe 20 seconds later, and then after a few seconds the American Megatreds POST pops up for maybe 5 seconds. Then, it will go to the win 10 black screen with blue icon loading screen, and then jumps straight into windows quickly after that. Sometimes the PC will bypass the win 10 loading screen very fast, other times it hangs there for 10 seconds or more. It's consistently long, but not always the same.

    I've downloaded and installed the nvme drivers from samsung, crystal disk mark shows the speeds on both nvme drives are accurate, I've gone into bios and made sure that drives are set to AHCI, enabled fast boot, disabled a lot of the post system checks. I moved the water pump header from w_pump+1 to a high amp fan header on the motherboard (no good), then tried removing different connections on the board one by one to see if something was causing it to hang. I removed one of the USB 3.1 gen 1 connector (no good), I removed the NZXT internal USB 2.0 hub (no good), I tried booting with just 1x16gb stick of ram (no good), I tried removing every drive except the 960 pro 512gb boot drive under the chipset armor (no good). I'm really lost here about what the hell is going on with this system, and why it's taking so long to boot. I'm wondering if a total reinstall of windows is needed.

    At this point, any help or ideas would be appreciated. I bought almost everything from amazon, but I'm outside the 30 day return window so if there's a bad part it'd have to be RMA though warranty from company (which I REALLY hope is not the case & would like to avoid). I hate to think I spent all that money on those nvme drives only to have boot-ups slower than my old 5400 rpm IDE HDD windows xp systems from 10+ years ago. I'm thinking to try installing windows on the nvme drive when it's the ONLY drive present in the system, or moving it to the DIMM.2 slot, or just seeing what happens if I install it on my 850 EVO instead and see if it's any faster. I know the R6E is a very new board, and it might just be a bios thing too, but either way, I'm stuck and please....halp!!

    Simple solution and boot time will be 10 seconds. Just check setting MRC fastboot=Enable in DRAM settings. Thank me after that.

  8. #18
    ROG Guru: Green Belt Array restsugavan PC Specs
    restsugavan PC Specs
    ProcessorIntel Core i9 7980XE 2.60GHz
    Memory (part number)64GB GSKILL 3.2 GHz 16-16-18-36 2T
    Graphics Card #1ASUS ROG POSEIDON 1080Ti
    MonitorSAMSUNG ODESSEY G9 NEO 49 Firmware 1005.1
    Storage #1SAMSUNG 970 EVO PLUS 1TB x 3
    Storage #2WD 4TB External HDD
    CPU CoolerNZXT KRAKEN 62
    CaseCorsair Carbine 540
    Power SupplyCorsair AX1200i
    Keyboard Microsoft
    Mouse Microsoft
    Mouse Pad ASUS
    Headset/Speakers Sony
    OS Windows 11 Insider Preview 22509.1000
    Network RouterD-LINK
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    Cool Intel 02006B06 Microcode Modded R6E 3501 BIOS Boot time.

    Core i9 7980XE RAMPAGE VI EXTREME MODDED BIOS 3501 Used Intel 02006B06 Microcode

    Here is my boot times from switch on through Windows 11 build 22458.1000 session.

    Personally I think boot time vary by how many components which attached to your system.
    Do you ever defragment your Windows Drive before end of your lastest session ?
    Windows 11 22H2 Build 22509.1000 Core i9 7980XE 02006COA MCU 2021-06-16 R6E 3501 MODDED BIOS TPM 2.0 Enabled VROC + RST ME FW DV 2131.1.4.0 64GB DDR4 3200 XMP POSEIDON 1080i GTX NVIDIA Driver 510.31 WHQL 3TB SAMSUNG 970 EVO PLUS OMS Driver WHQL i219 V OROM 0.1.00 BA 0.1.16 WHQL AQC 107N FW 3.1.121 AQC WHQL Realtek HD 6.0.9268.1 WHQL SAMSUNG ODYSSEY G9 49 NEO FW 1008.1 VESA HDR 2000 DP

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