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New Ryzen Build Very Slow.

Tavis81
  • 13 months ago

New build Ryzen 3 2200G, Asrock B450m Pro4, TeamGroup 8GB Kit 2x4GB TDGED48G3000HC16CDC01 .Windows 10 Fresh install.

First off my boot time is 76 secs to the login screen. which is crazy long. second everything seems sluggish, like it take along time to open apps when i fist loggin after a reboot or power on.

I ordered my parts early Jan from newegg and the RMA is 30 days so i only have less than a week to figure out if i have a bad Mobo or Cpu/Apu or if the ram which is not on the asrock Qvl list but I did make sure it was apporved on Ryzen builds from reviews.

I have done memory dianostic from windows that came back perfect and an Hard drive scan using windows error checking and that came back fine. also i have tried to oc the ram by using the xmp profile but the system crashes after a few mins. so its at 2400, and using ram slots a2b2. I really need some Help Please.

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  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Can you post a full parts list? Specifically interested in your storage options, since this is most likely to affect your boot and app load times. You got an NVMe SSD in that MB?

  • 13 months ago
  • 2 points

He could possibly have a hard drive

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Yeah, this is kind of where I'm going with my line of questioning! ;)

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Weird man, any updates? My Ryzen build is what I consider slow to boot, but fast as hell once booted. I read somewhere that AM4 motherboards/AMD processors just don't boot as fast as Intel. Like, my office computer running Intel boots in 5 seconds or less. Haven't timed my personal Ryzen PC but it's probably somewhere between 15 and 30 seconds to boot - much faster than yours, so something's up. But still not as fast as Intel.

Just FYI.

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