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Is this a good WEI score for a gaming rig?

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December 13, 2013 10:42:14 AM

I have win 8.1 so I had to dig up the scores from the Winsat folder

<SystemScore>5.9</SystemScore>

<MemoryScore>7.9</MemoryScore>

<CpuScore>7.9</CpuScore>

<CPUSubAggScore>7.9</CPUSubAggScore>

<VideoEncodeScore>7.9</VideoEncodeScore>

<GraphicsScore>8.8</GraphicsScore>

<Dx9SubScore>8.8</Dx9SubScore>

<Dx10SubScore>0</Dx10SubScore>

<GamingScore>8.8</GamingScore>

<StdDefPlaybackScore>TRUE</StdDefPlaybackScore>

<HighDefPlaybackScore>TRUE</HighDefPlaybackScore>

<DiskScore>5.9</DiskScore>
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December 13, 2013 10:48:36 AM

WEI is uesless. For example, it scores crossfire weaker than one of the same gpus.
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December 13, 2013 10:59:19 AM

yea the windows index dose not account for crossfire and usually wont account for overclocked cards either. the scores are typical of high end parts though keep in mind the hard drive your using is the lowest performing part of your system and will be scored as such. ssd drives will improve your score most will give you a score in the 7.5 to 7.8 range .. i have 2 ssd drives but get a score of 7.9 with a patriot wild fire drive that are no longer sold. but i also have a revo drive 3 240GB.
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December 13, 2013 11:29:10 AM

wanderer11 said:
WEI is uesless. For example, it scores crossfire weaker than one of the same gpus.


Yup, nothing that I wouldn't get too worried about. The scores have been significantly improved in Windows 8.1, but still there's better benchmark programs out there.
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