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Windows 7: Show Us Your WEI

20 May 2009   #891
RST101

Windows 7 Ultimate x64.
 
 

[quote=KMoore4318;101858]
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bala7 View Post


I probably wasn't very clear in my example, but if you look at my scores you will notice I had a 7.9 in Aero Graphics on the top score using build 7000, but I got a 6.5 on the bottom score using RC1 7100, Same mechine, only diferance other than OP SYS version, top score had 12 Gigs of mem runing at 2T, bottom had 6 Gig running at 1T. I took out 6 Gigs, because I got better scores with the 6 Gig

If you want to see a 7.9 you could unenstall RC1 and install 7000 and that might get you the score your looking for, but it will have no affect on your actual performance.
Exactly!


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20 May 2009   #892
bala7

Windows 7 64 bit Build 7600 RTM
 
 

[quote=KMoore4318;101858]
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bala7 View Post


I probably wasn't very clear in my example, but if you look at my scores you will notice I had a 7.9 in Aero Graphics on the top score using build 7000, but I got a 6.5 on the bottom score using RC1 7100, Same mechine, only diferance other than OP SYS version, top score had 12 Gigs of mem runing at 2T, bottom had 6 Gig running at 1T. I took out 6 Gigs, because I got better scores with the 6 Gig

If you want to see a 7.9 you could unenstall RC1 and install 7000 and that might get you the score your looking for, but it will have no affect on your actual performance.

Another point to notice, when i refresh the score from the performance window im getting 5.9 for aero........ BUT again when i use the "winsat dwmformal" command in the cmd prompt, i can see the newly created dwm.Assessment file in the datastore folder with aero graphics score of "7.9" in it!!!!!!. May be there is a bug in the calculation in this build.

Anyway ill install the build 7000 on my another partition and will post my result!!
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20 May 2009   #893
ikilledkenny

Windows 7 Professional, Windows Longhorn 4074
 
 

Pfff, forget build 7000, try the Vista RC! Then you might get a 7.9!
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20 May 2009   #894
daniel101

Windows 7 Ultimate Professional 6.01.7100
 
 

Geez, mine is shocking compared to everyone elses


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21 May 2009   #895
bala7

Windows 7 64 bit Build 7600 RTM
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by daniel101 View Post
Geez, mine is shocking compared to everyone elses
No reason to shock, you have got the best for ur hardware
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21 May 2009   #896
KMoore4318

 
 

dont let the scores bother you, according to microsoft a 2.0 to 3.0 is what most will get,

" About your computer's subscore
The subscores are the result of tests run on the RAM, CPU, hard disk, general desktop graphics, and 3‑D gaming graphics hardware components of your computer. If your base score isn't sufficient for a program or Windows 7 experience, you can use the subscores to figure out which components you need to upgrade.




The base score is a good indicator of how your computer will perform generally. The subscores can help you understand your computer's level of performance for specific experiences:
  • Office productivity. If you use your computer almost exclusively for office productivity experiences, such as word processing, spreadsheets, e‑mail, and web browsing, then high subscores in the CPU and memory categories are important. Subscores of 2.0 or higher are usually sufficient in the desktop graphics and 3‑D graphics categories.
  • Gaming and graphic-intensive programs. If you use your computer for games or programs that are graphic-intensive, such as digital video editing programs or realistic first-person games, then high subscores in the RAM, desktop graphics, 3‑D gaming graphics, and CPU categories are important. A subscore of 3.0 or higher is usually sufficient in the hard disk category.
  • Media center experience. If you use your computer as a media center for advanced multimedia experiences such as recording HDTV programming, then high subscores in the CPU, hard disk, and desktop graphics categories are important. Subscores of 3.0 or higher are usually sufficient in the memory and 3‑D graphics categories. "
Also according to Microsoft scores in the 7.0 range are not possable at this time,
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21 May 2009   #897
bloke

Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
 
 

well here is a shock in a shell for yall, i run 7057 on my craptop (waiting till final is released) with the all famous and kick bum i945 chipset integrated grfx adapter, my scores were 3.3, 4.5, 2.3, 3.0, 4.5. after installing an update that popped up my wie was greyed out as if it needed to be refreshed as if i had maybe i had done a hardware upgrade like if i had crammed in a gtx295 and a i7 965ee. reran the assesment and scores all remained the same except my Aero performance (the 2.3 score) that increased a whopping .1 point! that brang the bar up to 2.4!!! the i945 chipset whoops butt again!

so my ass{}umptions were right, the scores will be updated via windows update, so if you want high scores just install beta7000 or earlier and just leave your internet d/cted so it wont allow updates. other than that if we use windows update and install anything that contains "update for windows 7" we are all doomed to perish into the poverty world of "lack of updating or hardware every 2 days".

lmao. just a bit of heads up to thos that didnt know.

Rick.
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22 May 2009   #898
daniel101

Windows 7 Ultimate Professional 6.01.7100
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bloke View Post
well here is a shock in a shell for yall, i run 7057 on my craptop
Your craptop???? :S
according to your specs you gotta very good PC,
best specs i seen for a while.
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22 May 2009   #899
bloke

Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by daniel101 View Post
Your craptop???? :S
according to your specs you gotta very good PC,
best specs i seen for a while.
I should have been more spec sific, somewhere in this thread is my wei for my laptop, acer travelmate 2140 1.73 celeron m, 2gb ddr2 667, 55gb ata133 hdd with bad sectors all on the lightning fast intel 945 chipset. My rig in my specs is in peices atm due to me waiting on my new ram. So ive cleaned all the dust out of the grfx cards (man they can build up some crap with that fan design) and re lapped my cpu and 120xtreme down to a mirror finish. Now im just dying to get back into my games. I now have a brand new xfx 790i ultra that im deciding on what to do with as i bought the evga 790i ftw digi pwm cos i damaged the xfx ultra putting the cpu cooler in and wasnt expecting them to rma it. Maybe i might build a htpc or just sell it?
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22 May 2009   #900
daniel101

Windows 7 Ultimate Professional 6.01.7100
 
 

LMAO. i didnt really understand half of that.
so what your saying is those experience ranks were for a diff computer...ok then.
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