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  1. Falkentyne

    Falkentyne Notebook Prophet

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    Yes because that restores the default state completely. But clearing the CMOS is annoying and sometimes takes like 5 minutes to work without sitting there frozen.
    Just changing PEG to enabled should prevent it fully.
     
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    How long is it usually boot time? At the time i do the clean install without installed program. I need 12 seconds untum booting. With ssd 960 evo. is it normal? because i see 960 evo takes 6-8 seconds to boot in some videos.
     
  3. Kevin

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    Just did a stopwatch boot, with my 1TB 960 EVO. It took about 10.4 seconds to hit the log in screen.

    I've always felt that The MSI logo adds 2-3 seconds of unnecessary delay.
     
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    How much time does a M.2 / 2.5" full speed (~550MB/sec) SATA SSD boot to login screen take? 10.2 seconds? ;)
     
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  5. Djadit

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    whether many programs are installed?
    i use 960 evo 500gb. when many programs are installed it takes 16 seconds. Is it normal ?
     
  6. hmscott

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    You said it yourself, it depends on what you have installed, so it's not really a test to compare against others as necessarily there will be variance of seconds between them.

    It's a test I use when restoring a backup with known boot time to a new device. So it's more of a test to compare your known install / boot time against new devices in your laptop / computer.
     
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  7. hmscott

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    Alienware 17 R4 vs MSI GT73VR Titan Pro Comparison Smackdown
     
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    msi kicked aw a***
     
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  9. Papusan

    Papusan Jokebook's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on Filthy

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    Of course was high temp and TRIPOD mentioned.
    I wonder if Azor has nightmares every night due TRIPOD:D Aka His preferred HS design. Mind you... He is the Vice President for XPS line also. And yeah, I think you guessed right... Of course TRIPOD in the XPS Dell laptops as well:oops: @Phoenix @hmscott :rolleyes:
     
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    How is Gsync possible on laptops like the G73VR without using the gsync module that monitor use? is there are hardware side on laptops?
     
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