Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Gigahertz20, Sep 7, 2009.
My windows 7 experience index
Sheesh.....A-R-E..... nice system man!! kitnaye LAST??
At least you can take comfort in the fact that nothing is what it seems with MS software. No matter which conventional HDD you use, your overall score will never exceed 5.9.
Further, is the scoring index static or dynamic. For example, I am getting the same score on i 7 920 since Feb 2010. Since then, many new and faster CPUs have come, and I would think it should have come down on a relative basis to perhaps 7-7.1. But no, it has been 7.4 on cpu.
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This is my workhorse
My index is 5.9 because of my hard drive.
Processor/memory is 7,5 and video card is 7,1 (i7 930 with HD5770)
heres mine...ss drive did the trick.
Results for my Sony Vaio VPCEB1S0E/WI, I'll post my Computer results later.
Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Service Pack 1 - OEM
Core i3 M330 @ 2.13GHz
4GB DDR3 SDRAM
Mobility Radeon HD5470 512MB
500GB SATA HDD
Gaming Graphics: 6.2
Primary Hard Disk: 5.9
Intel i5 2500K
2 x Kingston 4GB 1333MHz DDR3
ASRock Z68 Pro3 Gen3
ASUS GeForce GTX 650 Ti DirectCU II OC
Samsung SSD 830 128GB + Seagate 2TB
Hold on, I've got my tape measure here somewhere.....
i7-950 @ 4Ghz
G.Skill 3 x 4GB 1333 DDR3
Intel 330 Series SSD 240GB
XFX ATI HD4890
Heres mine, although I do not agree with how Microsoft calculates it. Microsoft determines your score by your lowest score when actually it should be the sum of all five catagories then divided by 5
Windows 7 Home Premium x64
2 internal HD's - 600 GB & 250 GB respectively
1 external Western Digital HD @ 1TB
6 GB DDR3
Nvidia GeForce 9400GT Graphics Card