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  1. Posts : 6,077
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    ReBoot Time [2]


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    Continued from - ReBoot Time


    Whats your Restart Time?


    Turns out the Sabertooth is a fairly fast booting board.
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  2. Posts : 2,973
    Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
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    Looks like you have a solid motherboard for sure Paul!
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  3. Posts : 6,077
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    kbrady1979 said:
    Looks like you have a solid motherboard for sure Paul!
    Thanks Kelly, how does your reboot time compare? I assume it should be very similar or maybe a little faster seeing as you have no GPU to load up?
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  4. Posts : 2,973
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    paulpicks21 said:
    kbrady1979 said:
    Looks like you have a solid motherboard for sure Paul!
    Thanks Kelly, how does your reboot time compare? I assume it should be very similar or maybe a little faster seeing as you have no GPU to load up?

    Quickest time I remember on this setup was 22-23 seconds. One year old Windows installation as well as the new BIOS revision......I actually think the last BIOS was faster lol. Plenty fast enough for me......as I don't reboot that often. The big hit in reboot time for me were those ASMedia drivers.

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  5. Posts : 6,077
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    kbrady1979 said:
    paulpicks21 said:
    kbrady1979 said:
    Looks like you have a solid motherboard for sure Paul!
    Thanks Kelly, how does your reboot time compare? I assume it should be very similar or maybe a little faster seeing as you have no GPU to load up?

    Quickest time I remember on this setup was 22-23 seconds. One year old Windows installation as well as the new BIOS revision......I actually think the last BIOS was faster lol. Plenty fast enough for me......as I don't reboot that often. The big hit in reboot time for me were those ASMedia drivers.

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    Yes, thanks again for letting me know about them, saved me a lot of time!

    What bios revision are you running? I have not checked to see if mine is the latest, I doubt it is, mine is 1708.

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  6. Posts : 2,973
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    I updated to vers. 1908 a couple of weeks ago (release date of 4/11/13) and it has been running fine. Vers. 1805 is really stable as well. If you want to update, either of those should be fine.
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  7. Posts : 6,077
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    kbrady1979 said:
    I updated to vers. 1908 a couple of weeks ago (release date of 4/11/13) and it has been running fine. Vers. 1805 is really stable as well. If you want to update, either of those should be fine.
    Thanks, I will take a look at them soon. Seems to be running fine at the moment so I will enjoy it for a little while first.

    Paul.
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    Yeah, I don't think I would touch it as good as everything is running......what a beastly setup!
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  9. whs
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    Here is one showing the difference of Windows 8 boot and operation compared to a Mint boot and operation on exactly the same configuration under VMware Player. Needed to do it under VMware Player for recording. The time before the OS logo appears is VMware setup time and must be disregarded.

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  10. Posts : 263
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    The Hitachi hard drive was failing in my HP desktop (3 days left on warranty!). HP promptly sent me a Seagate replacement. Now my boot times are consistently faster than before. Wow. Seagate has double the cache of the Hitachi. Could this be why booting is faster?
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