Question MSI X670-P PRO WiFi ATX Motherboard takes 35 seconds to boot up. EZ Debug lights stay on for 25 seconds.

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Hello, I'm experiencing similar problems to this post: https://www.reddit.com/r/MSI_Gaming/comments/yl6bki View: https://www.reddit.com/r/MSI_Gaming/comments/yl6bki/new_msi_pro_x670p_wifi_build_slow_to_boot/

On the motherboard, both the CPU(red) and DRam(yellow) light lights up for 25- 30 seconds, then the lights turns off and runs windows/games fine.
When restarting the computer, only the DRam(yellow) light shows up for 20 seconds, then it turns off and system boot up normally.

I don't understand how the EZ Debug light can stay on for that long before my motherboard detects my PC components, since when the lights turn off, windows and games boots up fine and fast.
I have a Samsung 980 pro nvme SSD, so this is a very slow boot up time.

Motherboard: MSI X670-P PRO WiFi ATX Motherboard
CPU: Ryzen 7 7700x
Ram: Corsair Vengeance DDR5 32GB (2x16GB) 6000MHz C36 AMD Optimized Desktop Memory
PSU: CORSAIR RMX Series™ RM1000x 80 Plus Gold Fully Modular ATX Power Supply
NVME SSD: Samsung 980 pro

Any help would be greatly appreciated :)
 

Lutfij

Titan
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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

How are you cooling that processor? Which slots are the rams populating on the motherboard? As of this moment I can only see a Beta BISO listed on MSI's support site for your BIOS. Which slot is the SSD populating on the board? Speaking of storage, is the drive or OS recycled from an older build?
 
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Thanks for the reply! I'm using BeQuiet be quiet! Dark Rock 4 CPU cooler.
The ram is in DIMMA2 and DIMMB2 . The OS is freshly installed on a brand new Samsung 980 Pro nvme ssd.

The red(CPU), and yellow(ram) lights both turn off after 20 seconds. If I restart the PC, only the yellow lights turn on, also turns off after 20 seconds.

This happens every time without fail, and my PC runs perfectly fine afterwards
 
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Same issue trying to find a solution.

I have same CPU, 5600MHz, using an AIO 240mm for cooling, same SSD
Hey,
After some research, it seems like an am5 x670 boards issue. It could improve with future BIOS update. For now, people are recommending turning ong Dram Training in BIOS to speed up boot time.
 

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