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if I want to put two Samsung 980 pro m.2 in my PC, and run windows of it, will that make my pc faster in booting? 

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Theoretically yes, but boot times is more predicated on the BIOS booting more than windows. 

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will that make my windows booting time faster, and also what some stuff that can affect my windows boot time?

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4 minutes ago, blackghost3344 said:

will that make my windows booting time faster, and also what some stuff that can affect my windows boot time?

A raid of ssds will likely not affect the boot time noticeable. If you want a faster boot drive optane should be slightly faster.

 

The less hardware the faster the boot normally as there is less stuff for the bios to initialize.

 

Also a modern system can hit a boot time of about 15 seconds fairly, do you really need faster than this?

 

Here is a interesting article about optimizing boot times.https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/fastest-windows-10-boot-time,5810.html

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2 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

A raid of ssds will likely not affect the boot time noticeable. If you want a faster boot drive optane should be slightly faster.

 

The less hardware the faster the boot normally as there is less stuff for the bios to initialize.

 

Also a modern system can hit a boot time of about 15 seconds fairly, do you really need faster than this?

I really like a fast boot system!!!

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Just now, blackghost3344 said:

I really like a fast boot system!!!

why not sleep it then? Much faster time to start using it, and programs keep running from the last use.

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1 minute ago, blackghost3344 said:

I really like a fast boot system!!!

Then just sleep your computer instead of shutting it down. 

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25 minutes ago, Zando_ said:

Then just sleep your computer instead of shutting it down. 

You have to start cold for the competitive booting circuit benchmarks. 

 

To answer the OP, if you are using a SATA drive now, going with an nvme in the latest Gen will be faster.  Don't know the rest of your specs either. 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Heliian said:

You have to start cold for the competitive booting circuit benchmarks.

The what?

9 minutes ago, Heliian said:

To answer the OP, if you are using a SATA drive now, going with an nvme in the latest Gen will be faster.  Don't know the rest of your specs either. 

Not really, I've had SATA SSDs boot Windows faster than my NVMe drive (970 Evo). 

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1 hour ago, Zando_ said:

The what?

Not really, I've had SATA SSDs boot Windows faster than my NVMe drive (970 Evo). 

Jk, some people are obsessed with boot times though. 

 

1 hour ago, Zando_ said:

nvme in the latest Gen

I was thinking 980 pro which is pcie 4.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Heliian said:

I was thinking 980 pro which is pcie 4.

That's baaarely faster on Random IO than a 3.0 drive (10-25MB/s faster). Like Electronics Wizardy said above, the gain is probably more noticeable with Optane drives.

And then you're still down to BIOS and hardware config. Which is why I've had my $19.99 TC Sunbow generic SATA SSD boot to windows faster on an alt machine than my main rig can POST.

 

 

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