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  1. Dom
    Posts : 2,295
    Windows Seven Ultimate

    corvet786c said:
    Mine boots in 87 seconds.
    My one's 1 second faster
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  2. Posts : 5
    Windows 7 64bit Home Premium

    Here is my.......
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  3. Posts : 662
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64, Mac OS X 10.6.2 x64

    mine is moderatly fast compared to the some i see, but i could shave at least 20 seconds off if i didnt mess with it so much to get a hackintosh on my machine. It now goes through at least 4 more boot proccess before it starts the OS, and i dont know how to remove them.

    ReBoot Time-capture.png

    and here is a good looking edit that i made.

    ReBoot Time-edit.png

    I did good? No? Yes? I win?
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  4. Cee
    Posts : 44
    Windows 7

    here is my new one

    took of 1 seconds
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  5. Posts : 91
    Windows 7

    25 seconds to login and 40 seconds into a loaded desktop.. this is without any AV installed
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  6. Posts : 3
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

    48 seconds
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  7. Posts : 463
    Windows 8 CP x64

    SicCorona said:
    48 seconds

    Welcome to the forums SicCorona...
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  8. Posts : 4

    Gotta love SSD's!!! I use one in my laptop, and it spanks my desktop which is running RAID-0 Raptors...

    Reboot time: 43 seconds
    Windows 7 Business
    Dell D620
    OCZ Summit 120
    (It's 3 years old...)

    Reboot time: Don't want to know....
    Windows 7 Business
    Phenom II - 940 (3.0 ghz quad core)
    Two 10k Raptors @ 74G each (yeah... SATA 150...)
    4GB DDR2-1066 (unganged)
    couple of other SATA-II disks for swap/data
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  9. Posts : 1,223
    Win 10 x64 Pro x64 / Ubuntu 15.10 x64

    Well... After enabling AHCI my speed dropped from 68 to 65 seconds. I'm still happy with my dual core AMD. Hehe... I can't wait to get my second two RAM modules though, 2GB just insn't enough for me anymore. Lol.

    Edit: Oh, and for the record; my PC shuts down in about 5 or 6 seconds, and then my BIOS takes about 5 seconds before it shows anything on the screen... Damn XFX BIOS apparently doesn't like having the CPU overclocked, but my AMD loves it, so I don't mind. AND.... I had to type in a password.
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  10. Posts : 7,878
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64

    ZaLiTH said:
    Edit: Oh, and for the record; my PC shuts down in about 5 or 6 seconds, and then my BIOS takes about 5 seconds before it shows anything on the screen...
    Yeah, it's always hard to quantify and compare some of these numbers. I have an SSD in my desktop, and when I press the power button it takes 9 seconds before the screen comes alive and then takes another 11 seconds to blow through the POST. Then a 2-3 second delay before it says starting windows. So, it's about 23 seconds from button press to Windows even starts loading. But I'm at the logon screen in about 13 seconds due to the SSD.

    Now my work laptop, a Dell E6400 gets to booting Windows in a cool 7 seconds from a power button push. But if given a choice of what machine to desktop absolutely obliterates my laptop in terms of performance.. So, using boot times and such simply don't tell the whole story...or even the best parts of the story.
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