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  1. DJG
    Posts : 1,008
    Windows 7 RTM x64
       #1091

    MUff1N said:
    Don't check the second box unless you have a backup powersupply in case of power failure.
    If you do & don't have a backup PSU, then you can have data loss.
    I'm also using the Intel Matrix Storage Manager but I'm
    not running in RAID although I don't think that matters.

    Actually now that I read it again, it looks like there's data loss
    either way with either box checked if you don't have a backup
    PSU & there is power failure.
    I've always had these settings though & never had any problems & I
    don't have a backup PSU...

    Of course none of this really matters because I have redundant failsafe backup images to restore in minutes for just such a case!
    Not having backup battery only really matters if there's an actual power loss
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  2. Posts : 458
    Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
       #1092

    the newer versions of WINDOWS 7 give higher graphics performance SUBSCORES! look through the thread and you will figure it out.
    its probably more to the point of Microsoft has realized that they cant rate such high end new graphics cards such as the gtx295 and 4870x2 ect with such low scores so they have increased them so there is not so much pressure on graphics card manufacturers to make a card that is capeable of 7.9 when something like a gtx295 is getting scores around 6.9. especially as nvidia and microsoft are working together on this 7 project.
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  3. Posts : 242
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit RTM
       #1093

    bloke said:
    the newer versions of WINDOWS 7 give higher graphics performance SUBSCORES! look through the thread and you will figure it out.
    Some linkage to your claim would be nice. :) Where did you read this as fact? Or are you just making an observation? I have to believe the latter unless I'm proven otherwise.
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  4. DJG
    Posts : 1,008
    Windows 7 RTM x64
       #1094

    Here's my current WEI ...
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Show Us Your WEI-wei-1.jpg  
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  5. Posts : 458
    Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
       #1095

    ciphernemo said:
    Some linkage to your claim would be nice. :) Where did you read this as fact? Or are you just making an observation? I have to believe the latter unless I'm proven otherwise.
    page 48, post #479.
    this is my score in beta 7000x32.
    Show Us Your WEI-b7000wei.jpg

    Page 59, post #488
    this is my score in beta 7057x64.
    Show Us Your WEI-b7057wei.jpg

    Page 76, post #760
    this is my score in beta 7100x64
    Show Us Your WEI-b7100wei.jpg

    Page 105, post #1043
    this is my scores in beta 7232x64
    Show Us Your WEI-b7232.png

    this is just a conclusion. so please correct me if im wrong.
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  6. Posts : 242
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit RTM
       #1096

    bloke said:
    this is just a conclusion. so please correct me if im wrong.
    Looks like a good observation. I'd be inclined to believe it too. I'd like to see if Microsoft or a review site has documented this, though.
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  7. DJG
    Posts : 1,008
    Windows 7 RTM x64
       #1097

    So here's my new WEI after turning off all caching, both in the Intel Storage Manager and in the Windows device settings ... Huh??? I can't figure these guys out ...
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Show Us Your WEI-wei-1.jpg  
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  8. Posts : 48
    Windows 7 7265 x64
       #1098

    After latest upgrade
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Show Us Your WEI-capture.png  
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  9. DJG
    Posts : 1,008
    Windows 7 RTM x64
       #1099

    Gene said:
    After latest upgrade
    How about some system specs? Share this baby!
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  10. Posts : 31
    win7 Enterprise X64
       #1100

    DJG said:
    How about some system specs? Share this baby!
    yaa, right , i too wanna know.
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