Post Screenshot Of Windows 7 Experience Index Here

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    englishman

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    Use the view and print detailed information link below the raw score

    Also of interest are iMac scores

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    Disk performance is a drag on my index.
     

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    englishman

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    Interesting scores - I should do a performance table or something.
     
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    3.33 / 16Mb Ram / 5870 / SSD boot
     

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    GoCubsGo

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    Oh god that is smoking the other scores.
     
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    It's the SSD that improves the score.
     
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    englishman

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    And that chimes with people's experience of faster launch times etc. Just need to make sure you get the right one.
     
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    englishman

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    Oh studio any chance of a screenshot of your setup?
     
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    You shouldn't be too impressed about a 'benchmark' that takes one to two seconds to perform!
     
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    GoCubsGo

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    I'm never impressed with benchmarks as a whole really. But the score smokes the others which is nice if you have a tendency to need to brag. ;) I care about real world application use benchmarks myself.
     
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    englishman

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    Not bad though. eg Geekbench seems to favour massively multi-threaded tasks.

    I tend to like the frame measures of games but thought this would be interesting.
     
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    englishman

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    What setup tablo?
     
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    Where do you get that it takes 1-2 seconds? That's completely false.
     
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    alphaod

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    2 cores, 4GB RAM, and 256MB VRAM allocated in Parallels.

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    tablo13

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    AMD Athlon X2, 1GB ram. I never knew my computer was 64-bit capable :p
     

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    englishman

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    Only thing letting you down is the integrated graphics. I like those Athlon chips. I have a a Dell Optiplex with the same chip. Great computers except for games.
     
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    englishman

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    Anyone know why the RAM score in my new 2010 quad is lower than my 2009 Octo which was 7.7?

    I thought it was a measure of speed not amount
     

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    2006 Mac Pro with upgrades (4x3GHz 5160 xeons, 4 GB ram, Intel X25m, Radeon 4870), not gonna get much better than this due to memory.
     

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    I'm getting 5,9 using an SSD as booting disk with Win7 64bit Pro... damn it!?#!!
    Others results are 7,2 for CPU and RAM and 7,8 for games and graphics.

    Is there a fix for that slow disk performances on a 3.0GHz 1,1 (2006) Mac Pro?


    TIA
     
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    I know mine was in the mid 7s? I'll have to rerun it again and see :D
     
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