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How do I raise my "Experience Score" for my Hard Drive?

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May 21, 2008 12:49:49 PM

My RAM and gfx score is at 5.9, and my CPU score is Overclocked, and thus, at 5.7. (would be 5.3 if at stock). But, my HDD score is holding my back at 5.4.

What do I do to raise it? I have a 320GB and 500GB HDD, so RAID0 isnt an option
May 21, 2008 1:52:51 PM

yeah like buy a faster drive or extra drives to run in raid I guess?
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May 23, 2008 4:33:04 AM

What hard drives do you have?

I suppose you could buy one of those fancy Seagate 7200.11 32mb jobbers and it might increase your sore.

But honestly change your score and you will notice nothing other than your larger e-penis.
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May 23, 2008 12:02:27 PM

dmroeder said:
What hard drives do you have?

I suppose you could buy one of those fancy Seagate 7200.11 32mb jobbers and it might increase your sore.

But honestly change your score and you will notice nothing other than your larger e-penis.



For the first part: Yes, a 7200.11 scores 5.9

For teh second part - Agreed.
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May 23, 2008 3:01:04 PM

In other words, if you buy new hard drive to raise that score you will be wasting money. The number is meaningless.

What would you do if you walked into a car dealership and they said "man you don't want that thar $20,000 car, it only has a 5.4 experience rating, you need this here $50,000 car cuz it has a 5.9 experience rating".
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