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Windows 7: Hd 4000 vs hd 4400

19 Feb 2015   #1
Harlem

Windows 7 Home 64-Bit
 
 
Hd 4000 vs hd 4400

Hi guys, I am looking at upgrading my laptop, now the one I am upgrading to has a newer HD 4400 graphics card in it. I know these are not the best graphic cards in the world, but I don't really play games at all, just one, that requires ok graphics, but nothing spectacular.

I just have one query. When I do a Windows Experience Index score as a rough comparison, one thing that confuses me is.

HD 4000
GraphicsScore 5
Dx9SubScore 5
Dx10SubScore 6.4
GamingScore 6.4

HD 4400
GraphicsScore 4.9
Dx9SubScore 5.2
Dx10SubScore 0
GamingScore 5.2

The graphics, according to this, tells me that the HD4000 will out perform the HD4400 in every aspect, apart from the Dx9 score. To be honest, I know the difference will probably be minimal, but I am just curious as that what these scores are based on.

Also, on the HD 4400, should I be concerned that the DX 10 score is 0

Thanks


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19 Feb 2015   #2
RoasterMen

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-BIT
 
 

I wouldn't trust WEI mostly, maybe you can post The Specs of both computers? One may have a powerful GPU but the CPU is a bit weaker. And no, the HD 4400 is superior to HD 4000.
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19 Feb 2015   #3
theveterans

Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Harlem View Post
Hi guys, I am looking at upgrading my laptop, now the one I am upgrading to has a newer HD 4400 graphics card in it. I know these are not the best graphic cards in the world, but I don't really play games at all, just one, that requires ok graphics, but nothing spectacular.

I just have one query. When I do a Windows Experience Index score as a rough comparison, one thing that confuses me is.

HD 4000
GraphicsScore 5
Dx9SubScore 5
Dx10SubScore 6.4
GamingScore 6.4

HD 4400
GraphicsScore 4.9
Dx9SubScore 5.2
Dx10SubScore 0
GamingScore 5.2

The graphics, according to this, tells me that the HD4000 will out perform the HD4400 in every aspect, apart from the Dx9 score. To be honest, I know the difference will probably be minimal, but I am just curious as that what these scores are based on.

Also, on the HD 4400, should I be concerned that the DX 10 score is 0

Thanks
HD4400 is actually weaker than HD 4000 when HD 4000 is used on the full voltage CPU since HD4000 is clocked higher and can beat a lower clocked HD4400 with higher execution units. HD4400 > 4000 if both CPUs are ULV, e.g. i5-3337U vs i5-4300U
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