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hllwn    0

intel qx6600

kingston hyperx ddr2 9600 4x1gb

msi 8800gtx oc ed.

msi p35 diamond

wd raptor x

lian-li A10

zalman cnps9700

thermaltake 750w

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freeza    11

Will someone please recommend me a good hard drive.... it's what's bringing my score down so low.....

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hllwn    0
Will someone please recommend me a good hard drive.... it's what's bringing my score down so low.....

WD Raptor X

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freeza    11

wow that's expensive

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Prince Charming    163

I'm extremely lazy, so you get this is special textificated form instead of picture.

Windows Exerpience Index base score of 3.4

Processor: 3.4

Memory (RAM): 4.2

Graphics: 5.9

Gaming Graphics: 4.9

Primary Hard Disk: 5.2

It's a Athlon 2400XP, 1280mb of PC2700, an X800PRO on AGP8x and a 7200rpm maxtor hard-drive as primary. It copes with Vista rather nicely, especially given its age.

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SidVicious    164

:alien:

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SnowRanger13    27

Processor 4.2

RAM 4.3

Graphics 5.9

Gaming Graphics 5.7

Primary hard disc: 5.9

My CPU and RAM are really my bottleneck, I will be building a new computer before the year is over.

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Tantawi    173

Guys just a small note, please post your system specs as well with your scores, otherwise it just doesn't make any sense :) that will add value to this thread as performance comparison method between different hardware configuration.

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Athlonite    129

:hump: typical of M$ to lazy to write an subroutine to give an average of the scores made they just said stuff it give them a score of the lowest component and that'll do now see sidvicious up there gets a lousy 4.8 because thats his lowest score right well if it was an average score he'd then recieve an 5.6 now shoot me if thats not a better score and sommit i'd like to see instead of a 4.8 woulldn't you. lowest score dosen't mean that the overall system isn't reasonably fast just that one component isn't quite as fast as another so i dont realy put much stock in this form of benchmark because it leaves out the fact of overall performance :uberhump: but i get a 4.5

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LazarusLong    0

Asus P5PL2

G-Force 7300GT

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Ayepecks    117

Desktop

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Ayepecks    117

Laptop

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Civilian    0

see sig :p

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12Iceman    0
see sig :p

What CPU do you have? Is it overclocked?

Here is mine:

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Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 L638F615 @ 3.4GHz (8 x 425 1.46875V)

Zalman CNPS9700 LED Heatsink

ASUS P5N32-E SLI Plus - Bios 0801

2 x 1GB Corsair XMS2 PC6400 TWIN2X2048-6400

PNY nVidia GeForce 8800GTS 320MB

Western Digital Raptor WD740ADFD 74GB 16MB SATA HDD

Hitachi Deskstar 7K250 - 120GB 8MB SATA HDD

Maxtor MaXLine III 7L300S0 - 300GB 16MB SATA HDD

NEC 16X DVD-RW Drive / JLMS 8X DVD-ROM Drive

Antec TruePower Trio 650W Power Supply

Antec Nine Hundred Case

Windows Vista - Windows XP Pro

Does anyone know if there is some artificial limitation to prevent people from getting a 5.9 Calculations Per Second score without a Quad-Core CPU? No matter how high I clock my E6600, I can't get above a 5.7 rating.

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scoult01    0

5.3

E6600, 8800GTX, 2gb DDR Ram, 5x 300gb WD Sata HDD

Neither the gfx nor cpu are o/c'd (just installed vista last night)

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F K Schneider    0

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6300

RAM: 512MB DDR2-667*2

HDD: Seagate 7200.9160GB SATA

Motherboard: Intel DP965LT

Graphic Card: NVIDIA GeForce 7300GT (256M GDDR3)

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Is this OK?

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Boifido    4

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I pwn.....

Managed to get cpu overlocked to 2.9 something ghz but I cant do it more for some reason......

Pretty intrestering thread.

My computer Epeen is 5.7" :cool: :laugh: :p :shiftyninja:

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zhangm    1,333
:hump: typical of M$ to lazy to write an subroutine to give an average of the scores made they just said stuff it give them a score of the lowest component and that'll do now see sidvicious up there gets a lousy 4.8 because thats his lowest score right well if it was an average score he'd then recieve an 5.6 now shoot me if thats not a better score and sommit i'd like to see instead of a 4.8 woulldn't you. lowest score dosen't mean that the overall system isn't reasonably fast just that one component isn't quite as fast as another so i dont realy put much stock in this form of benchmark because it leaves out the fact of overall performance :uberhump: but i get a 4.5

Bottle. Neck. Bottleneck.

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smoothh13    0

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Q6600 @ 3Ghz

eVGA 8800GTS

4GB Kingston DDR2 (800MHz) RAM

LOL, it's a Gateway that I modded... Kind of embarrasing, but oh well.

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peacemf    59

2GHZ core2

2GB RAm

200GB HDD

Nvidia geforce 8400GT

Vista Home Premium

Blu-ray :)

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UJANGSAN_516    0

4.4 desktop

3.2 laptop

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cbosdell    4

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My New Computer! I'm going to be upgrading to 2 gigs of ram in a week so hopefully that'll bring it to a 5.0 at least.

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Jips    1

How come an AMD dual core 4000 goes faster than my 4400???

( edit ) Must be because you are on x64 or overclocked

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cbosdell    4
How come an AMD dual core 4000 goes faster than my 4400???

( edit ) Must be because you are on x64 or overclocked

Yeah a 4400 runs at 2.3 and i'm at 2.625. There really isn't any difference between the 4000 and 4400 except stock clock speed so there really wasn't any point in my spending the extra $20 on a 4400.

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