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Windows 7: Show Us Your WEI

10 Nov 2008   #11


strange.... Ted's 9600 gives the exact same score as linuzo's 9800..7.9 ??

if the WEI has been changed to 10 the 9800 should score more

unless the highest score is now 7.9 rather than 5.9... the addition of higher spec cards in this thread will confirm it

i will put mine up once i get my head round the ''dual boot'' saga...


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10 Nov 2008   #12

Windows 10 Workstation x64

Dual boot is easy just pop the disk in and let it do it's thing, just remember to point it to a different drive or partition from Vista when it asks where to install.

I think 7.9 is max
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10 Nov 2008   #13


thx john.....
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10 Nov 2008   #14

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64

I agree, I have a GTX260 and I also get 7.9, they should have made it higher but I think they are keeping with the 7 theme.

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10 Nov 2008   #15

Windows 7 Ultimate x64/ Windows Vista Ultimate x64

Here is my screenshot it was 4.0 but its a 3.6 now.

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10 Nov 2008   #16


here's mine.......
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12 Nov 2008   #17
Doctor Inferno

Windows 7 Ultimate

I got a 4. The higher the number the better right?
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12 Nov 2008   #18
Bare Foot Kid
Microsoft MVP

W 7 64-bit Ultimate

Hello DI.

Yes; that's correct.

Later Ted
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12 Nov 2008   #19

Windows 7

Mine's a 4 and this is my old test machine - P4 2.8ghz HT, 1GB ram & ATI Radeon x700...very impressed with the performance!
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13 Nov 2008   #20


My new Rig: (At least it's better than my old one )

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