Show Us Your WEI


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    Hello thoughtsinchaos, welcome to Seven Forums!
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    Hows this
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    Hello Rotax1, welcome to Seven Forums!
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    Thank You Barefoot What did you have to do to get all those medals after your handle?
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    Rotax1 said:
    Thank You Barefoot What did you have to do to get all those medals after your handle?

    If this is what you're referring to, here's a good explanation.

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    I spend waaayy too much time logged on here!
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    Now thats funny thanks
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    Rotax1 said:
    Hows this
    Those are some great scores.....congrats!:)
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    desktop performance for aero,huh


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    Hello Grimmjow, welcome to Seven Forums!
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    After reviewing many of these posts I have notice that many of you have small partitioned C: Drives like 30 gig seem to show a higher WEI number than others with 250GB or larger.
    I guess logically that a small HD would respond quicker in reading and writing being it was optimized to the center of one of the HD platters.
    Anyone have any thoughts about this theory?
    I may have to try it myself and repartition my C: and see what happens.
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