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Asus X670E boot time too long

jordanKills
Level 8
Hi,

I am have an issue where my boot up time for my new PC is very slow. i know that the first time boot up when i built the PC is long but this is getting ridiculas. My old PC would start up in half the time. i have the following install:

MOBO; Asus crosshair x670E
CPU; AMD 7050x
RAM; G.Skill 32gb @ 6000: 2x 16gb
GPU; EVGA 3090ti
OS: Windows 11 home
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Tyberious
Level 9
All DDR5 systems have longer boot times than DDR4 since they have to do memory tests.

Tyberious wrote:
All DDR5 systems have longer boot times than DDR4 since they have to do memory tests.


I dunno. Once I went to two sticks on my Crosshair x670e extreme, my boot time is pretty fast. Doesn't take more than 10 seconds to post I don't think. Now if he's using four sticks, maybe.

To the original poster: "Asus x670e" could be referring to a whole bunch of different motherboards. Might want to be more specific. I'm also guessing you meant "7950x". I don't think there is such a thing as 7095x. Lastly, might want to indicate if your memory is 2 sticks or 4 sticks. That makes a big difference these days.

Qwinn wrote:
I dunno. Once I went to two sticks on my Crosshair x670e extreme, my boot time is pretty fast. Doesn't take more than 10 seconds to post I don't think. Now if he's using four sticks, maybe.

To the original poster: "Asus x670e" could be referring to a whole bunch of different motherboards. Might want to be more specific. I'm also guessing you meant "7950x". I don't think there is such a thing as 7095x. Lastly, might want to indicate if your memory is 2 sticks or 4 sticks. That makes a big difference these days.


thanks, i updated my mistakes.

jordanKills wrote:
thanks, i updated my mistakes.


Crosshair x670e Gene, Crosshair x670e Hero, or Crosshair x670e Extreme?
Don't think 7050x exists either.

Qwinn wrote:
Crosshair x670e Gene, Crosshair x670e Hero, or Crosshair x670e Extreme?
Don't think 7050x exists either.


sorry I have theÂ*Crosshair x670e Hero, and the amd 7950x

I have the same problem do you fix it?

Soupladel
Level 10
Enable Context Restore in the DDR Settings menu of BIOS, you might have another one boot after that which is long, but subsequent boots should me much quicker, until you do a BIOS update or clear CMOS

Soupladel wrote:
Enable Context Restore in the DDR Settings menu of BIOS, you might have another one boot after that which is long, but subsequent boots should me much quicker, until you do a BIOS update or clear CMOS


where do i find that in BIOS, i just tried looking and couldnt find it.

Don't know if this is still active. I'm sorry for reactivating an old thread, if it's already solved.
I just did the suggested action and it worked beautifully. Before, I had easily more than 30 or 40 seconds till POST, now it's down to about 10. (I have the TUF Gaming X670-E Plus WIFI)
I found the setting in the DRAM timings menu, really far down. It's called Context Restore and is set to AUTO on default.