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Old 06-11-2011, 11:35 PM   #1
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Hi, I have a new PC with INTEL Core i7 980X 3.33Ghz 12MB processor and Windows 7 x64 + 12GB RAM, but I have a "Windows performance rate" = 5,9.
In your opinion is it a good or bad score?
This is my hardware:
1 hardrive 500GB WD CAVIAR BLACK for OS
2 hadrives 500MB WD CAVIAR BLACK RADID0 for export
2 hardrives 1Tera WD CAVIAR BLACK RAID0 video editing (AVCHD files).
Have I to be satisfied with my PC?
Thanks for your suggestions
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Old 06-11-2011, 11:39 PM   #2
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Hi, I have a new PC with INTEL Core i7 980X 3.33Ghz 12MB processor and Windows 7 x64 + 12GB RAM, but I have a "Windows performance rate" = 5,9.
In your opinion is it a good or bad score?
This is my hardware:
1 hardrive 500GB WD CAVIAR BLACK for OS
2 hadrives 500MB WD CAVIAR BLACK RADID0 for export
2 hardrives 1Tera WD CAVIAR BLACK RAID0 video editing (AVCHD files).
Have I to be satisfied with my PC?
Thanks for your suggestions
The performance rate is always the score of the slowest component. If you look at the details you'll that the weakest link is the harddisk. So don't mind, your system is extremely fast.
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Old 06-11-2011, 11:54 PM   #3
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My system gives same score see signature nothing to worry about
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Old 06-12-2011, 01:21 AM   #4
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7.9 is the highest score that is attainable.
From Microsoft

The bottom line is that, in order to achieve a perfect 7.9 Windows 7 score, users will have to buy a computer powered by at least an 8 core processor. However, the processor is simply not enough. Customers will also have to feed their machine with RAM, somewhere in the vicinity of 8 GB. At the same time, Solid State Drives (SSDs) with very high random I/O rates and as low as possible latency issues will also contribute to getting close to 7.9. When it comes to graphics, users will need a card with at least DirectX 10 support and a WDDM 1.1 driver.
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If you change your HD to an SSD you score will be in the 7s
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Old 06-12-2011, 02:55 AM   #6
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I wonder how they came up with a strange figure of 7.9

is that as far as they can count?
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Old 06-12-2011, 03:42 AM   #7
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Microsoft Math!
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I read somewhere in a M$ paper that the current akward figure is chosen to reflect the current achievable super high end system score.
In future they will be able to raise the number towards 10 as technology evolves in greater performance, without lowering the current performance results as people might get the wrong impression if it suddenly would drop (as what skewed marketing advertisement would do)
My question will be, eventually they will reach 10, then what :)

P.s my old trusty NX system also has a score of only 5.9 (hold back by the hdd performance)
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Old 06-12-2011, 04:17 AM   #9
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Also I think that this score is not that precise as I recently changed all my old 500 GB hdd's to much faster WD black editions, who are roughly more than twice as fast in data throughput, read and writes are nowhere comparable and seek-time is, well, very much faster yet the score is exactly the same, go figure.
Just use it as a indication if an old system is capable to run win 7 and if it can handle aero, there are tons of other proper bench mark systems out there :)
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Also I think that this score is not that precise as I recently changed all my old 500 GB hdd's to much faster WD black editions, who are roughly more than twice as fast in data throughput, read and writes are nowhere comparable and seek-time is, well, very much faster yet the score is exactly the same, go figure.
Me too, I have also another new PC with Velociraptor hardrive for OS but get the same "Windows performance rate" that is 5,9.
A curiosity: can you rell me if there is a diffent speed (faster) if I configure my hardrives in different manner?
In other words, is RAID0 a good option for video editing or is there something better? (I mean speed ony and I don't mean loss data risk).
My "Windows performance rate": 7.8, 7.8, 7.8, 7.8, 5.9 (hardrive).
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