Show Us Your WEI


  1. Posts : 282
    Windows 10 Professional 64-Bit
       #1151

    Just upgraded my RAm to 8 GB (4 x 2GB DDR2 800), and my WEI scores have jumped a bit to 5.9.
    My old score used to be 5.5.
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  2. Posts : 716
    XP Pro & Vista Home Premium (x86); Windows Ultimate 7600 x64 Retail
       #1152

    Here is mine.... want to boost my HDD score. Best $$$ option I see right now is a WD Caviar Black 640GB drive...

    Incidentally I increased the Processor and memory scores by .1 each by maxing out the AdditionalDelayedWorkerThreads and AdditionalCriticalWorkerThreads to 16 as suggested in a another thread but your mileage may vary.
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  3. Posts : 4,573
       #1153

    Muad Dib said:
    Incidentally I increased the Processor and memory scores by .1 each by maxing out the AdditionalDelayedWorkerThreads and AdditionalCriticalWorkerThreads to 16 ....
    Increasing these values distributes your resources across a wider range of processes at the expense of each individual process.

    Gamers would want lower values (when gaming) and multi-taskers would want higher values.

    If your goal is transient and you just want to post a high WEI, I believe the maximum value for this key is 25 - I do not recall my source for this value, and I do not know at value reciprocity will fail.
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  4. Posts : 716
    XP Pro & Vista Home Premium (x86); Windows Ultimate 7600 x64 Retail
       #1154

    Antman said:
    Increasing these values distributes your resources across a wider range of processes at the expense of each individual process.

    Gamers would want lower values (when gaming) and multi-taskers would want higher values.

    If your goal is transient and you just want to post a high WEI, I believe the maximum value for this key is 25 - I do not recall my source for this value, and I do not know at value reciprocity will fail.
    Multi-tasking maniac here!

    Besides, if a system has enough horse-power and enough memory, the differences in 3DMark, etc gaming benchmarks for OS tuning - single task versus multi task are insignificant. That is based on my personal experience with a quad-core 3GHz system. Given a sufficent processor and memory level, gaming benchmarks/performance are totally dominated/determined by the video card(s).

    But I DO shutdown all unecessary tasks when starting a gaming session.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc615012.aspx
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  5. Posts : 242
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit RTM
       #1155

    Muad Dib said:
    Besides, if a system has enough horse-power (...)
    I couldn't resist...

    *pops open his PC's case and looks for the miniature horses on gerbil wheels*
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  6. Posts : 716
    XP Pro & Vista Home Premium (x86); Windows Ultimate 7600 x64 Retail
       #1156

    ciphernemo said:
    I couldn't resist...

    *pops open his PC's case and looks for the miniature horses on gerbil wheels*
    What? You don't have little horsies in your computer too?



    I have a QUAD CORE! that flys!
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  7.    #1157

    Here's mine.
    Lang is Dutch so yeah sry for that :P

    I bet you guys can tell what is what though.

    - Edit
    I'd like to know how i could get the HDD score better .
    I use a SATA2 500 GB HDD.
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  8. Posts : 333
    Linux (Debian, Android)
       #1158

    Phenom said:
    Here's mine.
    Lang is Dutch so yeah sry for that :P

    I bet you guys can tell what is what though.

    - Edit
    I'd like to know how i could get the HDD score better .
    I use a SATA2 500 GB HDD.

    The only way is an SSD.
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  9. Posts : 716
    XP Pro & Vista Home Premium (x86); Windows Ultimate 7600 x64 Retail
       #1159

    Firestrider said:
    The only way is an SSD.
    Yeah, and based on some other users' reports an SSD Raid0 setup to push the WEI Disk score to 7+. Still pretty pricey though.


    Anyone have a WD Caviar Black 640GB Raid 0 setup for comparison?
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  10. Posts : 918
    Windows 7 Professional, Windows Longhorn 4074
       #1160

    Personally, I think that the WD 1TB Caviar Black is better than most of the SSD's out there. Sure it's slower than them, but the storage is enormous.
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