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Windows 7: Show Us Your WEI (2)

29 May 2010   #81
conoflex

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Here's my latest WEI




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29 May 2010   #82
Dave76

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

@ xXSevenXx,

D/L CPUZ 64bit v1.54 and post a screen shot of the Memory & SPD tabs.

This will show you what it's running at.
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29 May 2010   #83
xXSevenXx

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64- bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dave76 View Post
@ xXSevenXx,

D/L CPUZ 64bit v1.54 and post a screen shot of the Memory & SPD tabs.

This will show you what it's running at.
I'm glad someone can make sense of it.lol


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29 May 2010   #84
spyknee

W7 Ulti/64, XP Pro/32
 
 
winsat disk assessment

cmd>winsat disk>enter
Mine is>


yours?


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29 May 2010   #85
Dave76

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

Thanks for sharing this method, interesting to see what the they use to get the WEI score for Primary hard disk, disk data transfer rate.

Just to know what we're looking at, you have a lot of disks listed, is this the Boot/80GB RAID 0 ?
They appear to be Intel X25 M 80GB X2, is that right?

Excellent scores BTW.

Mine is an entry level Intel X25 V 40GB, with a crippled half of a controller, but seems to get a good WEI score, 7.6.
Was wondering why it gets such a good WEI score and a good AS SSD score.
Would like to find out what the criteria is for the AS SSD score.

Show Us Your WEI (2)-wei-assessment-breakdown-x25-v-30may10.png

I'm definitely write penalized, but the reads are pretty good.

By comparing some of those numbers it looks like your way off scale on the upper end.


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29 May 2010   #86
A Guy

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by conoflex View Post
Here's my latest WEI

Nice system there conoflex, and nice #'s. A Guy
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30 May 2010   #87
Dave76

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by xXSevenXx View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dave76 View Post
@ xXSevenXx,

D/L CPUZ 64bit v1.54 and post a screen shot of the Memory & SPD tabs.

This will show you what it's running at.
I'm glad someone can make sense of it.lol
It appears that your RAM is running at (534.6 X 2 = 1069.2) 1066 MHz.

Run the memory assessment, instructions are on the first post, What's your memory assessment speed?
Post your results there.

Adjusting the settings on RAM is a lot more complicated than just changing the voltage setting. You can damage the CPU by increasing the RAM voltage on the X58 (and X55) motherboards. This must be done with care and knowledge of the side effects. You should be able to change the RAM frequency without changing the voltage.

If your new computer is running good and it's doing what you need, then everything is fine.
If you want to start fine tuning and playing with settings and adjustments, you will need to do some research. You need to know the basics of what is going on, how to adjust BIOS settings, when to ask a question about a setting or result from a changed setting.

Just following someones suggestion blindly is very risky, to say the least. Your computer can be damaged, RAM, CPU and/or MOBO, beyond repair.
Proper cooling is required and must be evaluated and likely upgraded if stock. All depending on the amount of adjusting or overclocking you want to try.

Changing the BIOS settings can result in a BSOD, which means the settings need adjusted and the system is not stable. This can be a long process to get to the stable settings for your specific hardware, and will not be the same for any other computer unless it has the exact same hardware.

Read your motherboard manual, BIOS section, you'll need to know what the settings names are and what they can do.

Good place to start is Wikipedia, DDR3 SDRAM

Read up on relevant information from this and other forums.

Tom's Hardware Core i7 Memory Scaling: From DDR3-800 to DDR3-1600

Try searching your RAM and MOBO, example: 'Overclocking ram asus p6x58d'.
This will help you find any limitations others with the same MOBO are experiencing.
RAM configuration help needed - 6 GB works
This one is relevant:
Final review on my i7 computer
Quote from raybob95:
Quote:
4) You could, or you could be like me. I left the i7 at standard clocks, and raised the memory multiplier from the standard 8x to 12x (20 seconds to do) and my RAM went up from 1066 to 1600 MHz. I never noticed a difference. The i7 technically only supports 800 and 1066 MHz memory, not even 1333. But if you were to leave the multiplier where it is, then it would be useful for overclocking. For example, if you have 1600 MHz ram and you overclock your i7 from 20x133 MHz to 20x200 MHz, then your RAM speed will go from 1066 MHz to ~1603 MHz. Therefore you're still safe on the RAM, which you wouldn't be with the standard 1066 MHz RAM.
Remember the disclaimer for blindly following suggestions....

These type of forum posts will give you a general idea of what can/might be done with your system.

OCZ has a good forum, where you can read about your MOBO, just remember your RAM timings and voltage settings will be different, but good info on adjusting your BIOS on your MOBO.

OCZ3G1600LV6GK and P6T SE

More RAM info at Overclock.net
RAM 101
Ram Timings For Dummies
Some good info for you:
1600 running at 1033?
Quote:
if ur pc is at default speeds, the memory will run at 1033 assuming is has multi of 8x.

EDIT: you can make them run at there specified speed but u will need to change the ram multi to 12.
That's a lot of info to digest, but will get you started.
Questions should be posted at Performance & Maintenance
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30 May 2010   #88
tw33k

Windows 7 Ultimate (x64) SP1
 
 

mine...
Show Us Your WEI (2)-winsat_disk.png


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30 May 2010   #89
adamsuail

win7 Enterprise X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by conoflex View Post
Here's my latest WEI

very cool score.
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30 May 2010   #90
spyknee

W7 Ulti/64, XP Pro/32
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dave76 View Post
Thanks for sharing this method, interesting to see what the they use to get the WEI score for Primary hard disk, disk data transfer rate.

Just to know what we're looking at, you have a lot of disks listed, is this the Boot/80GB RAID 0 ?
They appear to be Intel X25 M 80GB X2, is that right?

Excellent scores BTW.

Mine is an entry level Intel X25 V 40GB, with a crippled half of a controller, but seems to get a good WEI score, 7.6.
Was wondering why it gets such a good WEI score and a good AS SSD score.
Would like to find out what the criteria is for the AS SSD score.

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I'm definitely write penalized, but the reads are pretty good.

By comparing some of those numbers it looks like your way off scale on the upper end.
YW. More details than the WEI format.
Yes,
OCZ VERTEX SSD's, FW 1.5. 3 in a RAID 0 array.
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