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Windows 7: WEI went DOWN after installing video card

26 Oct 2014   #11

(3 comps)Win7-1 ea. Home Premium 32,Home Premium 64,Pro 64

Dude: I agree, I got what I needed (HDMI) and it's all working fine. I won't even bother with benchmarks. I'm satisfied! I was just curious about the score. THANX....Bill

(I'll mark as solved after I give it a day in case someone has other ideas)

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27 Oct 2014   #12
Lava King

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

Spike, according to the Passmark Videocard Benchmarks the Intel 82945G scores quite a bit lower than the Radeon HD5450. I don't know how well those benchmarks relate to Windows own tests, but keep in mind that the Passmark benchmarks seem to favor Nvidia over all others so the results may be suspect, anyway.

Ultimately, if you're happy with what you have, don't be worried by meaningless numbers.
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28 Oct 2014   #13

(3 comps)Win7-1 ea. Home Premium 32,Home Premium 64,Pro 64

Yup, I'm very happy with the results, so.....marking solved. Thank you all who contributed!
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