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 Post subject: What is Your Windows Experience Index Score?
New postPosted: Sat Oct 31, 2009 6:02 am 

Rich wrote:
What's your WEI score?

1. Start, type Experience, click Check the Windows Experience Index.
2. Start assessment.
3. View and print detailed performance and system information.


whats your rating.heres mine


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 Post subject: Re: windows expeirence index
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Read it and weep :lol:
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Could be better need to upgrade graphics card


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 Post subject: Re: windows expeirence index
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In widows 7, what is the experience base number min and max? In Vista it's 0.0 to 5.9



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 Post subject: Re: windows expeirence index
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bassfisher6522 - 1.0 to 7.9 in W7



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 Post subject: Re: windows expeirence index
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Here's my desktop... a dedicated graphics card will probably pull me all the way up to a 5.8! Yay!


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 Post subject: What's Your Windows Experience Index Score?
New postPosted: Wed Jan 27, 2010 11:31 am 

What's your WEI score?

1. Start, type Experience, click Check the Windows Experience Index.
2. Start assessment.
3. View and print detailed performance and system information.

My PC (Gateway I bought in April 2009 -- < $800 USD.)
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 Post subject: Re: What's Your Windows Experience Index Score?
New postPosted: Wed Jan 27, 2010 12:10 pm 

Here's mine. I don't really care much for my WEI score as it has absolutely no relevance to anything, i haven't run the assessment since last time where it couldn't complete but it has this time.
(I was wondering for ages how you managed to snip the whole window Rich - SnagIt is a god send aint it ;) )

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 Post subject: Re: windows expeirence index
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Here's my more in-depth look at my Experience Index:
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Like I said before, I'm planning on a dedicated graphics card soon, NVidia probably. In the near future I also plan an upgrade to Core 2 Quad and more and larger hard drives. I built this PC back in July for about $460, not including the monitor.



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