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I've recently upgraded my rig from Skylake to Zen2. It used to power on the second I would press the powerbutton, but now it takes anywhere from 5 to *25+* seconds before it powers on at all after pressing the power button. Once powered on there's no problems at all. Did I wire something wrong or what is going on?

TIA

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11 minutes ago, Buttefly said:

I've recently upgraded my rig from Skylake to Zen2. It used to power on the second I would press the powerbutton, but now it takes anywhere from 5 to *25+* seconds before it powers on at all after pressing the power button. Once powered on there's no problems at all. Did I wire something wrong or what is going on?

TIA

I've read other users of Ryzen systems encounter this issue and I don't believe there is a fix...

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12 minutes ago, Buttefly said:

I've recently upgraded my rig from Skylake to Zen2. It used to power on the second I would press the powerbutton, but now it takes anywhere from 5 to *25+* seconds before it powers on at all after pressing the power button. Once powered on there's no problems at all. Did I wire something wrong or what is going on?

TIA

I have heard that in some mobos for Ryzen systems there are settings that do a complete BIOS check that can take a bit of time before it'll POST, but I can't confirm the accuracy of this (only saw it a few times posted here on LTT)

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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Also happens on my 8700k system.

Its probably because the Mainboard checks all kind of stuff during boot, slowing everything down. The actual Win 10 startup is really fast for me

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G.Skill Trident Z @3450MHz 32GB CL15 (3466 and 3200 mixed CL16) OC
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2 hours ago, Noah0302 said:

Also happens on my 8700k system.

Its probably because the Mainboard checks all kind of stuff during boot, slowing everything down. The actual Win 10 startup is really fast for me

Exactly, once windows starts booting it takes 10 sec max, but nothing happends after I press the button for anywhere from 5-25 seconds

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