A lot of PCs that have the manufacturer's logo at startup have a setting in the BIOS that allows you to disable, or at least alternate the logo to a more useful info screen (memory test, quick peripheral check, etc.) as it starts up.
Changing the setting to not display the logo is not going to "brick" your computer. There is almost no danger of changing the settings, as long as you write down what the settings were before you started to try out different things. Even if you did lose that info, every BIOS, I have seen, has one selection to revert all the settings to the default, and usually the base correct settings for your computer.
One more point, you might see a setting in the BIOS for using the "Fast Startup" that is where the memory test is a brief quick test, and takes a very few seconds (if that much) just to see if the memory is there, basically. If you use the alternate startup (slow startup, for lack of a better name) then that logo display may be on the screen for the time you seem to dislike. Using the Fast Startup may show the logo, but so briefly that it won't be objectionable.