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  1. Posts : 3,300
    Win7 Home Premium 64x
       #2531

    Konstantinov,

    In your specs: 6GB DDR3 1333 tri channel w/ 1066 2GB (8GB alltogether)

    For anyone more knowledgeable than I, Is this set up ok? maybe this is being tested by WEI and failing?
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  2. Posts : 6,857
    Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1 (desktop)
       #2532

    Thorsen said:
    In your specs: 6GB DDR3 1333 tri channel w/ 1066 2GB (8GB alltogether)

    For anyone more knowledgeable than I, Is this set up ok? maybe this is being tested by WEI and failing?
    Good question.......is it 8GB or 6GB? If it is 8GB, is it 2GB of one kind of RAM, and 6GB of that tri-channel? Different RAMs don't work well together, I don't think.
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  3. Posts : 3,300
    Win7 Home Premium 64x
       #2533

    Thats what I was thinking too. Maybe take out extra 2g of ram and see if it still fails in WEI
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  4. Posts : 55
    Win7 Home Pro x64
       #2534

    Heyy


    Thorsen said:
    Thats what I was thinking too. Maybe take out extra 2g of ram and see if it still fails in WEI
    This is my fault, I should've mentioned that when I took that snapshot, I was only using the tri-channel 6GBs.
    In a different thread, I explain my problem of the RAM only showing up as 1066. I know the reason it only shows up as 1066 is because one of the RAM sticks is a 1066, while the tri-channel set is 1333.
    Anyways, I'm not sure it's my RAM, but I am thinking that the problem lies within a setting for my SATA HDD... as it ALWAYS fails at the very end when it reads "checking hard disk performance" or whatever it says when checking the index for the hard drive.
    I've had this problem ever since I have had Windows 7... I've never owned Vista. Anyways, thanks for the suggestions guys. Back to the drawing board.
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  5. Posts : 22,814
    W 7 64-bit Ultimate
    Thread Starter
       #2535

    Hello Konstantinov, thanks for the update.
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  6. Posts : 9,582
    Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64
       #2536

    I would remove the single 1066 stick of RAM. By having this in your system, you are effectively unbalancing the triple channel memory and, at the same time, forcing it to run at the 1066 speed instead of at 1333. The increase in memory speed and the ideal memory balance of triple channel should outweigh the reduction in memory capacity caused by the removal of the 1066 2GB stick.
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  7. Posts : 23
    Windows 7 Professional x64
       #2537

    Wish I had an SSD lol...

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  8. Posts : 1
    Windows 7
       #2538

    The WEI SUX.

    I buy a new OCZ Vertex SSD and my score stills under 7

    I already try whit Raptors Raid and i got 6.5.


    I think is imposible to get the perfect score.

    My rig:
    Phenom II 550 BE (Unlocked to Quad Core and Overclocked to 3.6ghz).
    4GB DDR3 OCZ Gold.
    250GB OCZ Vertex SSD 240MBPS-150MBPS.
    HD5770 XFX CF.
    Moteherboard Ma770T-UD3P.

    I think i need another SSD but no money
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  9. Posts : 22,814
    W 7 64-bit Ultimate
    Thread Starter
       #2539

    Hello xzatx, welcome to Seven Forums!
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  10. Posts : 150
    Triple Boot - Win 10 x64Pro + Win 7 x64 Ultimate + WinXP-mce x1
       #2540

    Hello,
    The WEI numbers have completely dumbfounded me... It is currently 6.0.
    My first try at installing Win7 - 64 Ultimate yielded a womping 7.0, limited by the SSD in IDE mode.
    My ATI 5870 was 7.4 I believe.
    So then, after having to reinstall using AHCI mode, my SSD went up to 7.3, but my Graphics dropped to 6.0.
    After several reinstalls, switching out ATI 5870 to different PCI-E slot, return to IDE mode, & lots of BIOS configuration tinckering, it hasn't budged from the 6.0 mark.
    ...dumbfounded... but I'm still very impressed with Win7 @ WEI 6.0!
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