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my X370 taichi now only need 13s to boot:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TP9ygqf62E0
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Originally posted by soleil14 soleil14 wrote:

my X370 taichi now only need 13s to boot:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TP9ygqf62E0


Then the only question you have to answer yourself is if it is worth the reduction in memory o/c? Depending on how you use your system,...it maybe a mute point. Thumbs Up

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Originally posted by soleil14 soleil14 wrote:

I found a way to improve the post time on my X370 Taichi.
Just disable AM4 Advenced Boot Training and my post time now is only 10s.
The probleme is now I can OC my Ram to only 2666MHz, it was 3200 Mhz when  AM4 Advenced Boot Training is enabled.

I prefer higher speed memory than saving 2-3 seconds post time. Wink
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Originally posted by debaser debaser wrote:

Originally posted by soleil14 soleil14 wrote:

I found a way to improve the post time on my X370 Taichi.
Just disable AM4 Advenced Boot Training and my post time now is only 10s.
The probleme is now I can OC my Ram to only 2666MHz, it was 3200 Mhz when  AM4 Advenced Boot Training is enabled.

I prefer higher speed memory than saving 2-3 seconds post time. Wink
It's not 2,3 s.
It's at least 10s. I'm obsessed with the boot time, so my choice is faster boot time :)
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Originally posted by soleil14 soleil14 wrote:

I found a way to improve the post time on my X370 Taichi.
Just disable AM4 Advenced Boot Training and my post time now is only 10s.
The probleme is now I can OC my Ram to only 2666MHz, it was 3200 Mhz when  AM4 Advenced Boot Training is enabled.


I wrote about disabling the AM4 Advance Boot Training in my second post on page 1 of this thread, to reduce POST time.

"Memory training" can be enabled or disabled on Intel processor/chipset mother boards too. But for whatever reason on AM4 boards, it is slow compared to Intel systems. Hopefully the new AGESA microcode updates (one being released in UEFI updates soon) will improve POST time and memory support.
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Originally posted by soleil14 soleil14 wrote:

Originally posted by debaser debaser wrote:

Originally posted by soleil14 soleil14 wrote:

I found a way to improve the post time on my X370 Taichi.
Just disable AM4 Advenced Boot Training and my post time now is only 10s.
The probleme is now I can OC my Ram to only 2666MHz, it was 3200 Mhz when  AM4 Advenced Boot Training is enabled.

I prefer higher speed memory than saving 2-3 seconds post time. Wink
It's not 2,3 s.
It's at least 10s. I'm obsessed with the boot time, so my choice is faster boot time :)


If you are using Windows 10, check the Startup tab in Task Manager, and find the Last BIOS time.

If your Last BIOS time is ~10 seconds, for my Ryzen system that would be a reduction of nine seconds.
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It's only 7.3s:
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7.3 seconds is flyin' for Ryzen. Wink

Once again demonstrating that Ryzen memory speed and training is the main glitch related to Ryzen processors.

My BIOS time is 19.6 seconds. I have RAID enabled and one RAID array. All SSD system, so not waiting for HDDs to wake up. RAID may be slowing my time down, I see a few SATA POST codes displayed for several seconds.

Will new AGESA updates speed up memory training? Would be nice. Ouch
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My bios time with memory training on (3200MHz memory won't cold boot without it)

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