How to fix boot time on x470-i asus

Mistercloudz

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for those who have the Asus rog X470-I with Dan case and 2700x.

Has anyone experience longer boot time? I currently have 1080 ti with Asus X470 booting with wd black nvme and ask 1tb blue for storage.

I am currently experiencing longer boot from the moment I turn on the pc.
Power on > 20 second wait > splash logo > 13 sec boot to windows.

I just did fresh install windows 10 pro. But i feel like it’s either bios or another reinstall of windows.
Anyone fixed this?

I just did fresh install windows 10 pro. But i feel like it’s either bios or another reinstall of windows.
 
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fabio

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for those who have the Asus rog X470-I with Dan case and 2700x.

Has anyone experience longer boot time? I currently have 1080 ti with Asus X470 booting with wd black nvme and ask 1tb blue for storage.

I am currently experiencing longer boot from the moment I turn on the pc.
Power on > 20 second wait > splash logo > 13 sec boot to windows.

I just did fresh install windows 10 pro. But i feel like it’s either bios or another reinstall of windows.
Anyone fixed this?

I just did fresh install windows 10 pro. But i feel like it’s either bios or another reinstall of windows.
I was planning to buy the same mobo. Maybe is the ram?
Which ram are you using?
 

djt01

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I’m running two different AMD setups, one with the Asus X470-I motherboard / 2700X / 32GB, 3200GHz RAM / Vega 64 GPU and the other with a Gigabyte B450 i Aorus Pro WIFI motherboard / Ryzen 5 2400G / 16GB, 3200GHz RAM.

I’ve had both the Samsung 970 Pro and 960 Pro M.2 drives in both of them and they are a considerable amount slower to boot than my Intel X270/Z370, i7 setups.
 

gunpalcyril

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I have a 1600 with 2400mhz 32gb ram and the x470-i, and boot-up time is slower than what I am used to on intel systems, and I think that might just be ryzen architecture and the strix motherboard as well, the motherboard has some sort of bootup checker than can be seen with the small light up on board leds, I'll check back later to record and say how much my bootup time is for comparison.
 

fabio

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I’m running two different AMD setups, one with the Asus X470-I motherboard / 2700X / 32GB, 3200GHz RAM / Vega 64 GPU and the other with a Gigabyte B450 i Aorus Pro WIFI motherboard / Ryzen 5 2400G / 16GB, 3200GHz RAM.

I’ve had both the Samsung 970 Pro and 960 Pro M.2 drives in both of them and they are a considerable amount slower to boot than my Intel X270/Z370, i7 setups.
Do you think are the AMD platform the “problem” or the SSD?
 

Phuncz

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The AMD Ryzen platform takes longer to POST. It's not an error, it's most likely memory training and performing some innitialisations that aren't needed or used on Intel.
 

djt01

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Do you think are the AMD platform the “problem” or the SSD?

I think it’s the AMD 4xx chipset, I’ve tried both M.2 and SSD’s on the SATA ports with the same, slow boot time results.

Hopefully this will change with future BIOS revisions.
 

Mistercloudz

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I think it’s the AMD 4xx chipset, I’ve tried both M.2 and SSD’s on the SATA ports with the same, slow boot time results.

Hopefully this will change with future BIOS revisions.
Hopefully next gen Ryzen will fix this.