This is because Ryzen is over hyped.
Also no BIOS update is going to change a 40sec boot time to 1sec, if you're counting from POST completion to login screen. If you're talking cold boot to settled Windows desktop at 40s, as I say I think that's a good number. There's an article on Tom's somewhere I think, or Anandtech maybe, where they pare every BIOS and Windows option they have right down to reduce boot time, that should give you guidance on the art of the possible. Finally, there are boot time analysis tools that tell you where the delays are in the Windows booting process, may be worth running one of those if you've not done so yet.
I'm running an MSI X470 Gaming Pro Carbon, and the drive is an Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB. You've probably tried already, but if Sabrent has a disk utility it's worth running it to see if it detects anything awry. What do you count as your boot time, from power on to settled after Windows login? Or from BIOS/POST completion to Windows login screen, or something else? If it's the former then 40sec is not outlandish, if it's the latter then as I say for me it's around a second, the POST completes, the screen goes black, the Windows login comes up. It really is a "blink and you'll miss it" experience. In the past I have had Windows get unhappy if an update doesn't take properly and/or it keeps reconfiguring itself from legacy BIOS support to UEFI every boot, that can certainly take 40sec. As a last resort you can try refreshing Windows and then, if that doesn't help, reinstall. It really depends where this 40sec delay is occurring in the boot process.
I believe some of the previous bios versioin had slow boot times which the latest one supposedly fixes. I personally didn't get them but many others did so might be worth trying that first.
Many thanks for your reply very many threads on various forums like this, have tweaked where i can - hopefully it'll be improved with further bios updates ? https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1122045-x570-boot-time/ https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=325793.0 am running a sabrent nvme on an msi x570 a-pro (latest bios update H.60), in the nvme slot too (crystal diskmark > 3000mb/s). reading around the issue, slow post, and boot seems to be a big issue with the latest ryzen generation. what motherboard are you running ?
yeah I went for it too, hopefully it doesn't take the full estimated time, lol back out of stock again on amazon, guess we got it in time, hopefully it wont be cancelled anytime soon, I still think its a misprice lol, cant see that card anywhere near this price
I bought it... couldn't resist at that price :D
I will check it out later. Hopefully it can come next week lol
its back on amazon, if u were intrested, I just bought £50 gift card, and got £6 free, also if you use vouchercloud theres an offer of buy £30 u get £5 gift card also, so theres £11 back already:) rtx 2060 super
Just got this for £316.71 (using a code). Plus a possible 3.6% Quidco. Good price for a decent card. In the argument of MSI vs Nvidia, I went for the latter because CUDA cores speed up my rendering when producing videos.
Sweet, I think they have some cheap every day, I've seen it in and out of stock at the lower price for the past week.
or spend around 30 quid more and get the 2070s .. cold as an icecube
It’s out of stock at that price. It’s £357.59 now. Still much better than this one though!
Palit 2070 is £339.98 on aria https://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/Palit+NVIDIA+GeForce+RTX+2070+8GB+Dual+Turing+Graphics+Card+?productId=72108
You could sell the MacBook air and stretch to this: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/another-laptop-bf-deal-from-ebuyer-home-laptop-lenovo-v155-ryzen-3-3200u-8gb-256gb-ssd-156-vega-3-windows-10-3341988 Really underrated machine on HUKD, yet it has mostly all boxes ticked.
As much as I disagree with this deal. If you are looking for sub £200, this laptop is quite good. Try to upgrade ram and get a ssd at £40 both and you have a decent running machine. Otherwise Chromebooks are your only choice. But then again, it is a grade c so maybe not...
That would have been great but unfortunately it'll have to be a windows machine. I even have a macbook air lying around but they don't want anything to do with it lol
Parents i7/8gb Yoga 2 Pro from a few years back just packed up. Is there something around to £200ish price range that would be a sufficient replacement? Looking for something quite thin and portable, and a touch screen would be a plus. Really just for Office type work and browsing the internet/movies.
I like how they sounds, so I don't care how they look. Besides, I find this, "all money spent on the sound, not on the looks", rather charming.
Did just that.. thank you all, ordered some for myself and a set for a gift <3
Hello 1980’s lol
I have these from a previous deal- great for watching tv shows as they are excellent with spoken audio. Don’t produce bass too well but that’s what you would expect from k92’s. Also good with classical music or audio books. Very long cable on these
Thanks @kilrah Anyone thinking of buying should check those comments too so they know what these cans can, and cannot, do :)
How come this deal is now unavaliable there seems to more of these item's in stock ?
Folks, this cup is throttled on its boost speed, is it not? I'm sure an i5 3470 in, say a Dell 7010 is a quicker cpu than this later gen cpu? Both only take half height GPUs, so it's a toughie to recommend? 3.2 ghz max on a single core v about 3.5-3.6 ghz on the older gen i5
Only Refurbished Grade B now available at this price
What like are the outputs on this cant see the spec does it have a HDMI Ect ?
Depends how many clients you'll have connected simultaneously. But for comparison, I've an HP Proliant N36L with a dual core AMD Athlon II Neo N36L (1.3 Ghz) K325 CPU that I bought back in 2011 and use for Plex. I mainly stick to 720p and it serves to two or three local clients fine. It'll transcode 1080p content to one client just fine but struggles above that, I wouldn't touch 4K with it. Here's a performance comparison: http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-Core-i5-4440-vs-AMD-Athlon-II-Neo-N36L#performance
That t460 with ips has some wear on the lid and keys are bit shiny mind you. But found this one also in a very good cosmetic order, looks like brand new, ips screen, 16gb ram, i7, ssd, needs windows just, personally i would buy this one for myself if i needed a new laptop: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lenovo-x250-Core-i7-16GB-RAM-Notebook-Laptop-UK-BUYERS-ONLY/264337939046?hash=item3d8bc4da66:g:TRMAAOSwZA9c6qLv Review on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxv0JOKsCwY
Okay. Thank you for your help. I will try to win this, if you find anymore let me know.
Or try to win this one for good price, it has IPS panel: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lenovo-T460s-20F9-0042UK-I5-2-30Ghz-8gb-Ram-Wndows-7-Pro-64bit-256gb-SSD-drive/401773782928?hash=item5d8b956790:g:5tQAAOSwYb9c6Wf1
Yeah i like these T450 and T450s models too. Just let you know this one you chose is TN screen and has that piece out of the side where fan is, other than that decent price and has already ssd and 8gb ram in, plenty for smooth internet browsing and programs fast opening times
Thanks. What do you think of this one? https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F264320870120
12% off - AWGEXMAY19 Added an SSD upgrade, £132 total.. 8)
mate, i could tell there was a little struggle going on there - appreciate your input man (y)
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Spot on. At this screen size you should expect more. I have the 1600x900 T530. 1920x1024 would be a better fit. Otherwise why not go for a more compact 11./12" Thinkpad which is better suited to a 1366x768 screen? The bigger screen size is poinless without a better resolution. In fact it looks worse.
I think you have to sign up to their newsletter for the 10% off - the screen res I would expect to be 1366x768
I’d be tempted to spend another £100 and get a 540 or 550 i5
Any idea on screen res as there were two versions. Also website says subscribe and get 10% off your first order.
Thanks for the response. Mine seems to drop even when turned off. Not sure if I should contact the supplier? I'll have to test it more tonight.
I installed Windows 10 Pro from USB and it was already activated. Would have used KMSpico to activate anyway
2.5 hours I get roughly
How is the battery life on your laptop?
What's the battery life like on your x230? Mine is dropping 20% in 20 minutes.