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SSD's and the the Windows Performance Index


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Benchmarks test in many different ways. The uses different file sizes, times, cluster sizes, and testing algorithms. In the end you should only use one of them as your before and after as a reference to other people if you want to compare. Glad you are happier with it.

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Mine are

 

7.7

7.7

7.9

7.9

7.9

 

'Course, my HD index is probably a lot due to it being a PCIe-based Revo HD.

 

Yeah, but those are metric WPI values because you're Canadian.

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Yeah, but those are metric WPI values because you're Canadian.

LOL, never thought of that. But wait, MS is ah-mare-ih-khan so I'm sure they don't know how to do metric ;)

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LOL, never thought of that. But wait, MS is ah-mare-ih-khan so I'm sure they don't know how to do metric ;)

 

Kind of like apple can't figure out how to make a batter meter or a signal strength meter that isn't full of false data.

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Mine are

7.6 core i5

7.8 RipJaw 16gig

7.7

7.7

7.9

 

Timekill whats the video card you are using?

 

Those were ikon's scores I quoted.

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Mine are

 

7.7

7.7

7.9

7.9

7.9

 

'Course, my HD index is probably a lot due to it being a PCIe-based Revo HD.

IKOn what video card are you using to get 7.9?

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no-control I suspect its a problem with WEI, I re-ran the WEI after I had loaded Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and the SSD scored lower than previously.

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