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  1. silverado4

    silverado4 Thread Starter

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    I have a soyo motherboard with Ver. 6.00 PG Phoenix bios.
    It is a 3.2 Gig processor by intel. The soyo motherboard is
    SY-P41875P dragon 2 V1.0.

    I would like to speed up the boot-up or dram setting to make it faster.
    Is this possible in the CMOS BIOS settings?

    Please give me some setting for best BIOS/CMOS settings.
    Thanks
     
  2. dustyjay

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    Not knowing your Bios, there is a possibility that you can set the post to fast boot, which would bypass the POST Screen, but that would only give you a few seconds boot time savings.
     
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    There may also be an option for testing the system RAM on bootup. Depending on the amunt of installed RAM and the thoroughness level of the tests, this can also take a bit boot up time. Completely disabling the RAM test would speed up the boot time but might also not warn you about any sections of bad memory that could cause unexpected system crashes later on.
     
  4. silverado4

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    I do have a "turbo" settings in my CMOS, but that didn't help. I also can hit the Esc key to stop the testing of memory, but that really doesn't help much either. Thanks for both of your inputs.

    How about changing I think they call it Latency time, mine in 2, what if I change that to 2.5 or so?

    How about "timing schedule" from manual to "SPD"?

    How about Active to precharge delay? Now default.

    How about clockspeed?

    It is now on quipck power on self test, which by passes all testing except memory.
     
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