|09 May 2010||#1|
Show Us Your WEI (2)
Show us your Windows Experience Index (WEI) score!
Windows Experience Index - Update or Refresh Score
Here's mine with the new XFX 5870 and a new/clean install on the Intel X25-M G2, it's a shame the Q9550 and 8GB Dominator C5D are the low number, maybe one of these days I'll OC some. The temps came down from 78c with the XFX 4870 to 51c with this new card, which in turn brought down the system temps at least 8 degrees c. What I've found is after the first install on an SSD (at least this one) you'll never get as good a WEI again, so you better enjoy the first one.
The original WEI thread can be viewed at the link below.
Show Us Your WEI
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|09 May 2010||#8|
@Bare Foot Kid: In my experience wei likes ram with tight timings over more mhz. ie 1600mz cas5 does better than 2000mhz cas8.
As for the ssd score make sure your drive has the latest firmware and then in order to get back to first day out of the box performance (or at least very close), you'll need to secure erase.
I'm not sure about the dx version it shows 10 for mine as well and I have 5970+5870. Wei is weird. Awesome scores sir.
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