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  1. Posts : 3,822
    Windows10 Pro - 64Bit vs.10547
       #2761

    mbreslin said:
    920@4.4/5970+5870@875/1300/crucial c300 256gb 8xr0

    980x coming in a couple days..
    I'm quite sure I can push my 5970 quite high and get 7.9 gaming/graphics, not sure if I can get 980x to 7.9 on water though. I've seen some 7.9 cpu scores they were all 5ghz+ on ln2

    - wow, that's brilliant!!
    - how much OC is that - amazing HDD result..!!
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  2. Posts : 38
    w7x64u
       #2762

    i7 920 at 4.4ghz.

    Can a person get 7.9 on water, that's the question, soon to find out.
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  3. Posts : 382
    W7 Ulti/64, XP Pro/32
       #2763

    DaGooN said:
    spyknee said:
    Latest,
    Whats the known highest score?
    well 7.9 is the max, i got a 7.8!
    but you could OC that 920 to 4GHz and have a min score of 7.7 if you wanted. CPU will hit 7.9 on a 5Ghz
    Everything is so stable now, its all air cooled. CPU operating temp is at 45C.
    QPI is at 7.4MHz. I do not want to over do it. Plus pushing it more does something to the ram settings. I need to figure out how to lock the ram settings so they do not change with cpu OC. I have not even over volted the cpu. Current settings have never crashed!
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  4. Posts : 38
    w7x64u
       #2764

    @spyknee: You need very capable ram to oc your cpu past a certain point (and vice versa).

    To those in the thread that say the wei isn't useful (it's not imo, if you have 7.0's or close your w7 experience is going to be awesome) come and play in pcmark vantage, very good true representation of multipurpose computing (benchmark makes your computer perform real tasks people actually do).

    Futuremark - Community - Hall of Fame - PCMark Vantage Users Top 20
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  5.    #2765

    Here's mine, pretty good i think
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Show Us Your WEI-capture.png  
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  6. Posts : 1,641
    Dual-boot: Windows 7 HP 32-bit SP1 & Windows XP Pro 32-bit SP2.
       #2766

    Here mine is, it is a bit low but is OK for a few games.
    Last edited by Carl Lawrence; 05 Apr 2010 at 12:01.
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  7. Posts : 333
    Linux (Debian, Android)
       #2767

    Here's my new score with X25-V installed:

    Show Us Your WEI-wei.png

    It's running circles around the rest of my system lol. Soon I'll have two of these in RAID 0. I'm slowing buying parts for a new desktop.
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  8. Posts : 38
    w7x64u
       #2768

    Sometimes 2 drives in r0 doesn't do much for wei, it should get you at least 7.7 or so, I think I'm going to grab a x25-v as well and use it solely for keeping my backup w7 image.
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  9. Posts : 3,822
    Windows10 Pro - 64Bit vs.10547
       #2769

    mbreslin said:
    @spyknee: You need very capable ram to oc your cpu past a certain point (and vice versa).

    To those in the thread that say the wei isn't useful (it's not imo, if you have 7.0's or close your w7 experience is going to be awesome) come and play in pcmark vantage, very good true representation of multipurpose computing (benchmark makes your computer perform real tasks people actually do).

    Futuremark - Community - Hall of Fame - PCMark Vantage Users Top 20
    hey, I've just noticed who's behind you in the FutureMark tables, mrB..
    BenchTec UK
    scooter at benchtec put my current rig together for me - great guy..!!
    Dafridgie must be one of their super-cooled entries..
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  10. Posts : 52
    Windows 7 Ult
       #2770

    Show Us Your WEI-score.png

    Even with overclocking ram up to 1800 and cpu to 4.20ghz I cant seem to get the cpu/mem score past 7.4/7.5 Any idea's Also What does it take to get a 7.9 in storage I have a single Intel X25M-g2 Would 2 in raid 0 do it?
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