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    Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise Edition N 64-bit (Build 7600)

    Here is mine. Need a better hard drive. Got one of those "Green" drives with low power consumption.
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    Win7 64 bits FR

    A SSD will take much less power and you will get a lot of performance :) You have 2 choices for the best SSD: Indilinx, Intel.
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    Windows 7 Eternity Build 7600 RTM Activated x86
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    Windows 7 x64 Ultimate

    I got a HD score of 7.3 with my X-25M

    However, a bug in W7 (and Vista) required the disabling Native Command Queuing on the SSD SATA adapter properties to prevent random lockups. I can no longer re run the WEI test because oof it. Though the built in sata throughput test actually went UP for both read and write with NCQ off. Was hoping to maybe see a 7.4 score or something with NCQ off. The windows bug may be fixed with a hot patch by Oct 22nd. (May be fixed now was the rumor I heard but the hot fixes are not generally available yet)

    Intel so far is the only SSD that uses NCQ. Mainly meant for slow mechanical drives so that seek times can be optimized, they are using it for small write optimization, but the speed of the drive or something apparently exposes a flaw in the windows storage system somewhere.
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    Windows 7 Home Premium [64-Bit]

    Here's mine!!! I'm pretty proud of it!!!
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    Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

    Here is my WEI!

    Does anyone know why my graphics rating may have dropped to 6.9 from 7.1 after switching to W7 64-bit from W7 32-bit? I am using the same drivers & both were overclocked to the same speeds.

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    Windows 7 SP1 x64

    Did it a long time ago(had 6.8 in all components except the hdd)

    EDIT: HDD max is a 5.9 and min for a SSD is a 7.0 -do you see the jump -that's where my hdd goes!
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    W 7 64-bit Ultimate
    Thread Starter

    Why bother, where's the fun (sense of achievement) in that?
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    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 6.1.7600 32 bit

    thats mine :
    is CPU rating ok for e8400?
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    W 7 64-bit Ultimate
    Thread Starter

    lleon596 said:
    thats mine :
    is CPU rating ok for e8400?

    Hello lleon596, welcome to Seven Forums; yes that's pretty good.
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