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Windows 7: Show Us Your WEI

22 Feb 2009   #461

Windows Vista

Hey,I upgraded my hardware.Here's my new score!!:)

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22 Feb 2009   #462

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by computerwizkid View Post
Hey,I upgraded my hardware.Here's my new score!!:)
Yeah, sure you did LOL
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22 Feb 2009   #463

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

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22 Feb 2009   #464

Windows 7 Professional

Apparently, I don't have enough gaming graphics memory....

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22 Feb 2009   #465


Back in the 6.0 Club:

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23 Feb 2009   #466

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit, Service Pack 1
Here's mine

Five year old CPU (P4 Northwood, 3.4GHz HT) in a six year old motherboard (Acer MSI MS-6763). CPU & memory scores pretty sketchy, but WEI is all relative. OS & apps see 3.3 GB useable RAM. This system flies.

Note that I have Eve Online Quantum Rise running in the background (was not running during actual WEI test), 1680x1050x32, all the Eve eye candy turned on. Hyperthreading really comes into its own, here, and in most other tasks. Very quick & smooth.

This system also runs Microsoft WorldWide Telescope v. without a hitch. imho, Windows 7 = best of Vista & best of XP, rolled into one. Quite possibly the best OS I've ever run on a home PC, and being the good beta tester that I am, I've been providing Microsoft with constant feedback to that effect, running various old/new apps (and no, I'm not a paid shill for Microsoft - I'm an unpaid one :P ). I may hang onto this PC for a couple more years.

I also note that many of you peeps with your latest/greatest i7s & dual Quads are running the 32 bit version of Win7, which, for the life of me I can't understand, given that your CPUs are 64 bit, and that MS made the 64 bit version of Windows 7 available the same time they did the 32 bit version.

System: (archaic) Acer Veriton 7600G (AGP 8X model)
OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Build 7000
CPU: Intel Pentium 4 3.4 GHz Northwood HTT
Motherboard: Acer/MSI MS-6763 (proprietary), 865G/PE chipset
Memory: 4 GB SuperTalent PC3200 DDR, dual channel, FSB 800 MHz
Video: ATI Radeon 3850HD, 512 MB GDDR3, AGP 8X (DirectX 10.1 & 11(?)
Drives: 2 x Seagate Barracuda 500 GB 7200.11 SATA2 @SATA-150, NCQ, (not treated to bricking firmware)
PSU: Antec 650W EarthWatts
Monitor: Hewlett-Packard W2207 22" LCD flat screen, DVI-D

"We don't need your new hardware. What we need is new software. Let this innocent
little PC live out its life!"

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24 Feb 2009   #467

Vista x64 and Windows 7
Pretty similar

Pretty similar to everyone else, the hard disk is my very old WD Raptor RAID 0 on the motherboard SATA controller, I saved the newer Adaptec RAID 0 array for my live Vista installation.

Looks like I'll need to invest in a newer graphics card though.

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24 Feb 2009   #468

win 7 ( 64 bit)

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24 Feb 2009   #469

Vista x64 and Windows 7

OK I admit I haven't read all the posts, there ARE nearly 50 pages of them (!) but I just ran the WEI again but had TASK MANAGER up displaying performance and at no time did the CPU load ever go above 80%.

Also it made no difference to the score whether I ran my processor at the standard 2.66GHz or overclocked to 3.2GHz which strikes me as being a bit fishy.

Anyone got any ideas on that?
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24 Feb 2009   #470

Vista x64 and Windows 7

Sorry for the deluge of posts, but I found something else.... my RAM is rated at 1333MHz and ran by default at 1066 as I'm using an X58 chipset motherboard.

Tweaking the RAM up to 1333MHz in the BIOS had no effect on the WEI score either.

I know WEI isn't an accurate tool per se, but I would have thought it might have had some impact. Perhaps it's a driver issue with immature drivers for the chipset which might also affect other things?
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