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mezzanine

wht is the highest you can get

I'm getting 5.7 from my E6400 @ 3.2Ghz

Base Score 5.3 (HD)

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kernatch

wht is the highest you can get

perhaps 10, or maybe there's no limit. either way they've designed it so future technology will continue to get higher ratings. i'd imagine no current hardware can reach the limit.

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raskren

wht is the highest you can get

5.9

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LordEdmond

5.5 here

its the hard disk transfer rate that hold me down , GFX runs at 5.9 with a x1900xtx but that should go up when the 8800gtx BFG water cooled card gets here

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sinlogik

Out of curiousity what's your cpu rated at?

That's the next cpu I want :)

Mine is the same as Zone-MR, it is 5.3.

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Phemo

5.7 here.

Core 2 Duo E6600 at 3.2GHz (The system info says 2.4GHz because that's the CPU ID string)

2GB of DDR2

GeForce 7800 GTX

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acido00

so, what will be the best score in the Vista?

9.9?? or 10.0??

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Ambroos

5.9 is the current best, but i guess they just limited that to make free space for the Quad Cores, DX10 cards, Hybrid harddisks and DDR3 for PC's.

Anyway, i'll probably finish with a zero or a 1 because of my Riva TNT2, 30Gig slow HD, 256MB SDRAM etc...

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hanko panko

My 3-year old laptop puts in a 3.6 because of poor gaming graphics

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MikeChipshop

so, what will be the best score in the Vista?

9.9?? or 10.0??

There is no top level score, it's designed to raise with technological advances.

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TheNay

There is no top level score, it's designed to raise with technological advances.

That would make sense to a degree, however I find this all confusing...

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Zone-MR

How come Phemo's E6600 gets a 5.7 and my E6600 only gets a 5.3!

Woo... a virtual phallus size contest - this thread is bound to be popular :p

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Lasker

Desktop Intel core duo 2 E6300

1GB DDR 2

250GB HD

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inStereo

i get a one because the drivers that ati supplied for my 9700pro for vista are pants and don't work at all.

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FusionXN1

Processor lets me down, would be 5.4 but the processor takes me to 4.3 :(

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Tom B

Processor lets me down too. Would be 4.1 but CPU takes me down to 3.5. Specs: AMDXP2800+ Barton, 1gb DDR 3200, Radeon 9800 Pro.

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Phemo

How come Phemo's E6600 gets a 5.7 and my E6600 only gets a 5.3!

Woo... a virtual phallus size contest - this thread is bound to be popular :p

What's yours clocked at? Mine's overclocked to 3.2GHz.

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raskren

There is no top level score, it's designed to raise with technological advances.

The highest score you can obtain with RC2 and more than likely the real RTM is 5.9, so that would be the current "top level score." Microsoft can and will raise it at will in the future; probably with hotfixes and/or service packs.

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jamend

I'm guessing there are artificial limits, like single core/32-bit processors being capped at 3.9, dual core at 5.9, DX 9 GPUs at 5.9, non flash-enabled HDDs at 5.9, etc...

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raskren

I'm guessing there are artificial limits, like single core/32-bit processors being capped at 3.9, dual core at 5.9, DX 9 GPUs at 5.9, non flash-enabled HDDs at 5.9, etc...

It's based on performance as tested, not an arbitrary number based on the specifications.

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TheNay

How come Phemo's E6600 gets a 5.7 and my E6600 only gets a 5.3!

Woo... a virtual phallus size contest - this thread is bound to be popular :p

Because the cpu is overclocked, which makes the processor performance higher, which gives it a higher #

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1Frothy

3.6 on a Dell Latitude D810. :)

RTM works very smoothly on it too.

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