Just as the title says, my PC takes a long time to boot (task manager says about 40 seconds of BIOS time). This, however, doesn't happen when I simply reboot my PC, only when I start my PC for the first time. I think this could have something to do with the PCIEX16_1 slot only running at x8 speeds, because I want to use the M.2_2 slot, but the yellow DRAM LED lights up for about 30 seconds before showing the "BIOS-Screen" and the normal windows bootscreen.
Here are my complete specs for my PC:
i9-11900KF Asus TUF RTX 3080 (in PCIEX16_1 slot at x8 because I want to use M.2_2) ROG Strix Z590-F 32GB Corsair Vengeance RAM (dual 16GB, 3600MHz, XMP enabled) 2TB NVME SSD in M.2_1 slot (x4, gen4) 1TB NVME SSD in M.2_2 slot (x4, gen4) 1TB NVME SSD in M.2_3 slot (x4, gen3 because of chipset)