Question Veeerrry slow boot after replacing almost every component

Sep 1, 2020
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Hi,

Backstory: I had some issues with my GPU (I suppose Vram) so it kept constantly crashing. Kept using it (lack of funds) and only replaced it after like a month. And after a while and many many crashes and restarts, booting started to take forever.
I'm running Win10, so when booting up the pc you have that little loading circle. It easily stays about 40 seconds in that mode until windows pops up.

Things I've replaced since then: GPU (a working one lol), PSU, Storage drive to an SSD (only affected the boot times when windows finally kicks in), Sata cables, fresh install of windows.

So everything except motherboard, ram and cpu (GA-Z77M-D3H, generic 8gb of DDR3, i7 3770). But nothing affected load times.
Any idea what could be the cause?
 
Aug 23, 2020
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Have your tried to Reinstall a fresh windows?

Tip - don't update your windows 10 to 2004 version at this moment, just wait for the patch fot the bugs,because it has some major bugs that affect the computer's speed.
 
Sep 1, 2020
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Have your tried to Reinstall a fresh windows?

Tip - don't update your windows 10 to 2004 version at this moment, just wait for the patch fot the bugs,because it has some major bugs that affect the computer's speed.
I did. Tried both 1909 and 2004. No difference at all for me
 

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