I'm thinking of upgrading my old computer with this motherboard and either the Intel Core i7-7820X or Intel Core i9-7900X. I currently have a Intel X980. I'll keep the main drive as a SSD or a .M2(which I never used b4, but was told it's better). Anyways, from a cold boot, it'll take the computer almost a 1min just to get into windows 10. But I noticed about 30+ seconds is just the computer starting up and getting out of the BIOS stage (blank screen, ASUS logo, different controllers recognizing SSD/HD, etc.). Windows 10 not even loading yet. On the Surface laptop, I press power, and about 13seconds later, I'm in windows. Do these new MB take as long as my old MB takes to get out of BIOS and loading windows? I would be happy if I could startup almost as fast as the laptop. Also, Optane memory. There's a 32GB .M2. Which, from what I read isn't storage, but something the computer starts to store heavily used files to make it faster? But there's also a 800P which is like 100GB+ and that's a SSD storage? Not sure if I understand the two. They are almost the same price on newegg.