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Old 05-02-2009
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Post your Windows 7 performance index
  

Welcome to all windows 7 users.
I created this topic so that everyone (users of Windows 7) to post their score, their performance index so we can compare and see if your score is normal.


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Re: Post your Windows 7 performance index

Here is mine:

Good I want to participate in that which has the largest

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Re: Post your Windows 7 performance index

Looks like i'm ahead here

Here are my computer specifications:

Intel Core Duo E8600 3.33 GHz
4x1GB 800 Mhz
Nvidia 8800 GTS 512 MB
DD Sata II 7200 RPM
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Old 06-02-2009
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Re: Post your Windows 7 performance index

Here is mine:


The good score but my hard drive giving little slow performance because it contains dual boot with windows vista.

configuration :
AMD ATHLON X2 5200 @ 3Ghz
2X1Go + 1GB Corsair PC6400 Kingmax
Leadtek 8800 GTS 640 (G80) @ 618/900
asus M2N32 sli deluxe
seagate 500GB
WD Raptor for vista and seven future
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Windows 7 configuration for maximum 7.9 performance index

Hello,

In fact, I'm only 5.8 for the disk drive that is 7200 RPM. Under Vista with the same configuration, but with a hard drive 10,000 RPM,5.9. It does not give me 6.0, because I have a dual-core !!!!!

For Windows 7, here is the configuration for 7.9 (maximum):
  • A processor with eight cores
  • about 8 GB of DDR3
  • A graphics card for more than 50 frames per second in the definitions above 1280 x 1024 in most DirectX 10 games as an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 or ATI Radeon HD 4870
  • a storage flash memory (SSD)


Refer this threads for more info:

Hardware Configuration for the maximum score in Windows 7
Windows 7 higher performance index
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Re: Post your Windows 7 performance index

i7 quad core
SSD main drive
Win7 64-bit (rtm)
6 GB ram
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l33t Re: Post your Windows 7 performance index

Laughing, I love Win7



You can check the computer spec out here: (Position 18 - Darren):

I have two GTX295's (not overclocked but the Quad SLI doesn't seem to make a difference) - both 7.9 and the drives are: 2 x Intel SSD and 5xWD in Raid 5. The memory is Corsair DDR3 @ 1600MHZ (Clocked up from stock) and the CPU is clocked at 3.8 from 2.4 using the brilliant ASUS Rampage extreme II.
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Re: Post your Windows 7 performance index

HI,

I have also recently installed Windows 7 on my system, but it just has 3-4 completed successful, but I had some issues regarding with it, I think to run the windows 7 the user need to have atleast 1 GB ram with the good system configuration.
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Re: Post your Windows 7 performance index

Oops, here ya go...

Machine comes 18th officially on the 3Mark Vatnage E preset.
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Re: Post your Windows 7 performance index

Hi, nice idea.

I'm using the Samsung R580, I'll do my real PC tonight, pretty strange for the desktop performance to be so far below the 3D performance!

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Re: Post your Windows 7 performance index

here is mine
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question Re: Post your Windows 7 performance index

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here is mine
ur's is fake, how come u have good cpu and a good gpu and ram andall, and u run your screen in 1280*1024..
Thats is a size of a 17"inch square monitor screen size...
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Re: Post your Windows 7 performance index

I have 19 inch LCD Samsung Synchmaster 960BG and highest it goes is 1280*1024

and my 19 inch monitor concluded you that this is fake???
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here is mine
Dammit, thought mine was great for a laptop......http://s747.photobucket.com/albums/x...nt=Capture.png
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Re: Post your Windows 7 performance index

Heres mine!! im getting a new processor soon though.

im goin for average score
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