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    Windows 7 Home Premium (x64)
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    Echo147 said:
    I envy you all

    Adaptec HostRAID card 4TL, slow as hell mounting 4 HDs!
    Changed to a Promise TX8660 and Intel X25-V and got it down to 71 seconds, quite content now considering it has to mount 10 x HDDs, 4 x BD-RE/ROMs and about 10 x USB devices :)
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    HP Win7 Pro x64 | Custom Win7 Pro x64
       #952

    57 seconds. The HP rig: I have 76 tasks running (including Firefox), two AV (Ad-Aware & AVG). Also the hard drive is only 5,400 RPM, it's a WD "Green" drive with AMD RAIDXpert. It has a RAID and config time of about 5-8 seconds after post.
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  3. Posts : 236
    Win 7 64 bit professional
       #953

    I'm finding it is pretty easy to manipulate your startup time. Normally with all USB items connected (one hard drive and two printers) my startup time is around 50 seconds. Just by disconnecting the hard drive and the two printers my startup time declines to 34 seconds.
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  4. Posts : 19
    Win7
       #954

    Vertex 2 60GB


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    Microsoft Windows 10 Professional / Windows 7 Professional
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    Snakeyeskm said:
    I'm finding it is pretty easy to manipulate your startup time. Normally with all USB items connected (one hard drive and two printers) my startup time is around 50 seconds. Just by disconnecting the hard drive and the two printers my startup time declines to 34 seconds.
    Most of the really fast startup times posted here are probably done with a minimal set of peripheral hardware attached and most startup items disabled. I managed to get a 3 year old dell (2 GHz Core 2, 2 GB RAM, 160 GB velociraptor) to reboot 7 ultimate in 40 seconds or less consistently even though it's a much slower machine overall than any new computer available today. If you want to get a good accurate comparison between machines, disable everything in the startup tab of msconfig, clean all the temp files and defrag first
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  7. Posts : 19
    Win7
       #957

    madtownidiot said:
    Snakeyeskm said:
    I'm finding it is pretty easy to manipulate your startup time. Normally with all USB items connected (one hard drive and two printers) my startup time is around 50 seconds. Just by disconnecting the hard drive and the two printers my startup time declines to 34 seconds.
    Most of the really fast startup times posted here are probably done with a minimal set of peripheral hardware attached and most startup items disabled. I managed to get a 3 year old dell (2 GHz Core 2, 2 GB RAM, 160 GB velociraptor) to reboot 7 ultimate in 40 seconds or less consistently even though it's a much slower machine overall than any new computer available today. If you want to get a good accurate comparison between machines, disable everything in the startup tab of msconfig, clean all the temp files and defrag first

    This is the current monster rig lol...Vertex 2 60GB

    28 seconds in diagnostic start-up - 31 seconds in normal start-up

    A small 32GB ssd used with HDDBoost gives 31 seconds...probably the best deal out there atm.

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    Win7
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    Win 10 Pro x64
       #959

    rickss69 said:
    Vertex 2 60GB

    rickss69 said:
    madtownidiot said:
    Snakeyeskm said:
    I'm finding it is pretty easy to manipulate your startup time. Normally with all USB items connected (one hard drive and two printers) my startup time is around 50 seconds. Just by disconnecting the hard drive and the two printers my startup time declines to 34 seconds.
    Most of the really fast startup times posted here are probably done with a minimal set of peripheral hardware attached and most startup items disabled. I managed to get a 3 year old dell (2 GHz Core 2, 2 GB RAM, 160 GB velociraptor) to reboot 7 ultimate in 40 seconds or less consistently even though it's a much slower machine overall than any new computer available today. If you want to get a good accurate comparison between machines, disable everything in the startup tab of msconfig, clean all the temp files and defrag first

    This is the current monster rig lol...Vertex 2 60GB

    28 seconds in diagnostic start-up - 31 seconds in normal start-up

    A small 32GB ssd used with HDDBoost gives 31 seconds...probably the best deal out there atm.
    Good boot times, all of them.
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  10. Posts : 236
    Win 7 64 bit professional
       #960

    derekimo said:
    rickss69 said:
    Vertex 2 60GB

    rickss69 said:


    This is the current monster rig lol...Vertex 2 60GB

    28 seconds in diagnostic start-up - 31 seconds in normal start-up

    A small 32GB ssd used with HDDBoost gives 31 seconds...probably the best deal out there atm.
    Good boot times, all of them.
    With all my USB items disconnected - 28 secs. Seems like i am cheating when posting.
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