Question Problem booting my new PC (SSD)

Oct 18, 2019
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Hello, I recently build a new setup to work and gaming. My setup is:

CASE: NZXT H500
PS: XFX XTR 750W 80 PLUS GOLD
MB: ASUS ROG STRIX Z390 E GAMING
CPU: INTEL CORE I9 9900K 3.6
RAM: CORSAIR VENGEANCE 4x8GB (32GB)
GRAPHIC CARD: MSI VENTUS RTX 2080 8GB DDR6
COOLER: NZXT KRAKEN X62 WATER COOLING
SSD: CRUCIAL BX500 240GB (Only Windows Installed here)
HDD1: WD 1TB SATA 3 64MB CAVIAR BLACK 7200RPM (Bought in 2013 - Only Game installed here.)
HDD2: SEAGATE BARRACUDA 2TB 64MB 7200RPM (NEW HDD FOR FILES - GAME RECORDING, IMAGES, PHOTOS, ETC)
SO: Windows 10 Educational

So well, my problem is when I boot my PC the wait time is too long for the system spects, and idk how to solve the problem really. At the beggning I didn't have this problem, in April, but now my times are really high...
I am thinking that maybe the HDD1, the one that I bought in 2013, is too old for the build, but, I have the SO in the SSD...On the other hand, I have 2 monitors, and I heard that maybe that can cause the problem with my graphics card.

What should I do? Idk if this question is in the correct section of the forum :(

Thanks!
 
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What kind of times are we talking about?
Hi! Well with my new PC I got 01:17 minutes to ask for my password and then 00:29 seconds more to enter to Chrome for example...So 01:47 to have my PC ready to work.
I have another PC (FX-8 CORE VISHERA 8370) with a SSD (Scandisk Ultra II 120GB) and W10 as well and I got 00:26 to put the password and then 00:08 seconds more to enter Chrome, total 00:34 seconds to have the PC ready to work...

If you disconnect the HDD (to troubleshoot), how do things look?
Do you mean, the HDD1 (WD 2013) that I have my games and programs installed?

Is it possible you have the boot partition on the HDD and not the SSD?
No, I have the the windows alone in the SSD, in HDD1 only programas, and in the HDD2 files.

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