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    Cool I was able to get a 10 second hibernate resume. This is 10 seconds including bios post. Motherboard is a foxconn MicroATX and it had some crazy mode called SUPERBOOT. I never even saw the bios screen it beep and u see xp resuming. 512mb of ram very fast. I wanted a smaller setup and now I am plagued with slower boot times like everyone else. I will buy a SSD next prob or if foxconn makes a mini itx board Ill get that.


    My car log has the video its insane I haven't seen anyone beat that time with hibernate resume.
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    Boot in 15 sec!! - Sold State w/ Dual Core Turion **VID**

    I was just absolutely amazed at how fast this thing booted. This is exactly what I was aiming for since my old computer took about a minute to boot.

    Boot video: http://youtube.com/watch?v=m__xchO-ySI

    Here are the specs:

    Hardware:
    • VoomPC-2 Automotive Mini-ITX Case
    • 160 Watt M2-ATX Intelligent Automotive Power Supply
    • IEI KINO-690S1 AMD Turion 64 Mini-ITX Mainboard
    • AMD Turion 64 X2 TL-60 processor ( mobile )
    • Kingston 1 GB - SO DIMM 200-pin - DDR II - 667 MHz / PC2-5300
    • Quanta SDW-085 Slimline 8x DVD+/-RW Drive
    • SUPER TALENT FSD16GC25 2.5" 16GB SATA Internal Solid state disk (SSD)


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    • Streetdeck







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    Nice.. the PC takes longer to POST, than to load XP, eh?

    I'm seeing that drive for $480.. ouch!

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    Looks like you have basically no bottleneck on the drive.

    Very nice! Now I have to try and beat that time when I finish my Core 2 Duo system! :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by galvitron View Post
    Looks like you have basically no bottleneck on the drive.

    Very nice! Now I have to try and beat that time when I finish my Core 2 Duo system! :P
    The Intel chip will prob be faster, if you can power it...

    Quote Originally Posted by tj!2k4 View Post
    Nice.. the PC takes longer to POST, than to load XP, eh?

    I'm seeing that drive for $480.. ouch!
    Yeh for real!

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    T7500 Core 2 Duo only takes max 35W. Quite an efficient processor because it uses 65nm technology.

    I will have to wait to get the SSD for mine though. Prices will come down...eventually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by galvitron View Post
    T7500 Core 2 Duo only takes max 35W. Quite an efficient processor because it uses 65nm technology.

    I will have to wait to get the SSD for mine though. Prices will come down...eventually.
    For some reason I thought they used more wattage.

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    I think my M2-ATX should suffice. It is arriving in a few days.

    Do you know if you have the record for boot time in a car PC? I think you may have it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by galvitron View Post
    I think my M2-ATX should suffice. It is arriving in a few days.

    Do you know if you have the record for boot time in a car PC? I think you may have it.
    Possibly! This has to be one of the fastest mini-ITX computers out there right now

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    I was thinking about putting two SSDs in a RAID 0 array, but because of your video it looks as if it won't speed up boot. You can't get much faster!! You need like a BIOS speeder-upper thingy or something :P
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