|09 Feb 2011||#1125|
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70 seconds on a new Sandy Bridge i5-2500.
That's up from about 55 seconds on my previous Core 2 Duo E6600, using the same spinning drive and OS. Well, I actually moved from 32 bit to 64 bit Windows 7.
Mostly due to the 20 second countdown I now see in the boot process, which I think is due to using the AHCI controller on this new PC rather than IDE on the older machine---when I did not see that countdown.
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