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It's from the time of rollover for the funds that you rolled over.

If you had funds in the accounts previously, you could withdraw them without regards to the newly rolled over funds (again, if they themselves were rollover funds, then with respect to their own 5 year period, if they were straight contributions, you can always take the contributions out).

Be aware of potential 10% penalties if you're under 59 1/2 depending on what funds you withdraw (you can take out contributions penalty free, but not gains).
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