Windows experience index lowers cpu mhz when testing Tags: Graphics Cards User Experience Overclocking Last response: February 9, 2013 5:30 AM in Overclocking Share Larsm1980 February 9, 2013 5:06:48 AM Hi. Im trying to raise the score on Windows user experience index... (FOR FUN) i know its not the best program... My problem is, when i test, my GPU core runs at 405mhz.. standards clock for the card is 800 mhz.. O.C. to 865 is there some way to raise the core clock when testing Ive tried entering nvidia control panel and put power to max performance... did nothing More about : windows experience index lowers cpu mhz testing Larsm1980 February 9, 2013 5:30:53 AM Cant edit Thread Look in this thread with correct headline: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/283498-11-windows-e... m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Windows experience index lowers Gpu core mhz when testing Forum SolvedLOW CPU Score: Pentium D 950 in Windows Experience Index Forum Windows experience index, and synthetics gets lower after I added 2nd pair RAM Forum AMD FX-8350 CPU Scoring 5.9 on WEI (Windows Experience Index) Forum Windows Experience Index and CPU Cores! Forum Solvedpoor A5-5400 windows Experience Index Forum SolvedCoil whine when running windows experience index Forum SolvedWindows Experience Index Forum SolvedIs "Windows Experience Index" worthless re: video card performance? Forum SolvedCan't run Windows Experience Index completely ? Forum SolvedNeed help in Windows Experience Index???? Forum SolvedWindows Experience Index Forum SolvedWindows experience index only at 5.9? Expected 7.9. Good specs. Forum Solvedwindows experience Index Forum SolvedHIS HD 7850 2gb 256 bit iceq scored 6.0 on Windows experience index Forum SolvedWindows Experience Index Disabled in Walmart Forum SolvedWhy do I get a low windows experience index with i5-2410m Forum SolvedG.Skill Ripsaws X Windows Experience Index Question? Forum SolvedIntel Core i7-3770T (2.50GHz / 8MB) with Windows Experience Index of 2.9 Forum Windows indexing experience cpu and memory Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !