Show Us Your WEI


  1. Posts : 114
    Windows 7 Eternity Build 7600 RTM Activated x86
       #2021

    darkassain said:
    Bare Foot Kid said:
    InternetLord said:
    bare foot kid. i only got 5.9 on the ssd. so i have no idea why if what you said is correct. thought some one might have some ideas.:):):)

    I don't know m8, maybe someone will have an explanation; here's the WEI from that install of mine just so you can see that it read all the HDDs but only rated the SSD.

    I'm curious about that myself!

    Attachment 41423
    might be it went over the tipping point
    does your drive support trim?
    and how big is it?
    also look my post and check your scores..

    https://www.sevenforums.com/224256-post1300.html

    you can do it by doing in a elevated command prompt
    winsat query

    and then to restest do

    winsat disk -v
    tipping point?
    trim?

    it is 64 gigs. oczssd2-1c64g. OCZ Technology | Products | End of Life | OCZ Core Series SATA II 2.5" SSD *EOL

    KMoore4318 said:
    InternetLord said:
    bare foot kid. i only got 5.9 on the ssd. so i have no idea why if what you said is correct. thought some one might have some ideas.:):):)
    Go into intel matrix storage manager and disable the hard drive data cash, and run WEI again, with one OCZ you should go from 5.9 to about 6.5, 2 about 7.1, and 3 about 7.5, two Intel X25's will hit 7.9.

    3 OCZ's raid 0


    two X25M in raid 0
    kmore, i'll try what you suggested sometime this weekend and see what i get.

    thanks for the help guys.
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  2. Posts : 28
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       #2022

    This is my WEI!


    Here is my WEI, everyone's WEI is so high O.O wish i could be that high too xD
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Show Us Your WEI-wei.jpg  
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       #2023

    Hello joeykhor, welcome to Seven Forums!
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  4. Posts : 111
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       #2024

    joeykhor said:
    Here is my WEI, everyone's WEI is so high O.O wish i could be that high too xD
    You can be, This problem is just like any other problem, you just take the problem, and throw money at it, until it goes away. Some problems cost more than others, just ask Tiger Woods,
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  5. Posts : 22,814
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       #2025

    KMoore4318 said:
    joeykhor said:
    Here is my WEI, everyone's WEI is so high O.O wish i could be that high too xD
    You can be, This problem is just like any other problem, you just take the problem, and throw money at it, until it goes away. Some problems cost more than others, just ask Tiger Woods,




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  6. Posts : 114
    Windows 7 Eternity Build 7600 RTM Activated x86
       #2026

    Bare Foot Kid said:
    KMoore4318 said:
    joeykhor said:
    Here is my WEI, everyone's WEI is so high O.O wish i could be that high too xD
    You can be, This problem is just like any other problem, you just take the problem, and throw money at it, until it goes away. Some problems cost more than others, just ask Tiger Woods,




    god i hope we don't have a antman clone on the site.
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       #2027

    InternetLord said:
    darkassain said:
    Bare Foot Kid said:


    I don't know m8, maybe someone will have an explanation; here's the WEI from that install of mine just so you can see that it read all the HDDs but only rated the SSD.

    I'm curious about that myself!

    Attachment 41423
    might be it went over the tipping point
    does your drive support trim?
    and how big is it?
    also look my post and check your scores..

    https://www.sevenforums.com/224256-post1300.html

    you can do it by doing in a elevated command prompt
    winsat query

    and then to restest do

    winsat disk -v
    tipping point?
    trim?

    it is 64 gigs. oczssd2-1c64g. OCZ Technology | Products | End of Life | OCZ Core Series SATA II 2.5" SSD *EOL

    KMoore4318 said:
    InternetLord said:
    bare foot kid. i only got 5.9 on the ssd. so i have no idea why if what you said is correct. thought some one might have some ideas.:):):)
    Go into intel matrix storage manager and disable the hard drive data cash, and run WEI again, with one OCZ you should go from 5.9 to about 6.5, 2 about 7.1, and 3 about 7.5, two Intel X25's will hit 7.9.

    3 OCZ's raid 0


    two X25M in raid 0
    kmore, i'll try what you suggested sometime this weekend and see what i get.

    thanks for the help guys.
    meaning that you used all blocks in your ssd...
    once you have done that this is where people start experiencing slowdowns because some SSD do not do GC or TRIM

    apart from that i reread that you just started using the ssd correct?
    then that shouldn't happen i would advice to check KMoore4318 post if you have a intel MB..

    edit:
    also take a look at disabling ACHI according the review here
    http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.ph...1&limitstart=2
    Last edited by darkassain; 11 Dec 2009 at 21:03.
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  8. Posts : 28
    Window 7 Ultiamte 32bit
       #2028

    lols, so the only way is to buy better hardware? XD
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  9. Posts : 22,814
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       #2029

    joeykhor said:
    lols, so the only way is to buy better hardware? XD

    Don't be too concerned with what the WEI has to say, if your machine does what you need it to do just be happy with that, it more a marketing tool than anything else anyway.

    All in good fun eh?
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  10. Posts : 28
    Window 7 Ultiamte 32bit
       #2030

    Bare Foot Kid said:
    joeykhor said:
    lols, so the only way is to buy better hardware? XD

    Don't be too concerned with what the WEI has to say, if your machine does what you need it to do just be happy with that, it more a marketing tool than anything else anyway.

    All in good fun eh?
    hahaha true hey i have a question here, can anyone help ?

    Window 7 64 bit
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