Solved SSD computer rating Tags: New Build SSD Computer Hard Drives Systems Last response: January 11, 2013 5:03 PM in Systems Share Raymond2369 January 11, 2013 3:25:37 AM Hi guys I was wondering will a single ssd give me a windows computer rating of 7.9 or will i need both a hdd and a ssd to get a 7.9? More about : ssd computer rating Best solution manofchalk January 11, 2013 3:35:39 AM Windows Experience Index isnt a good measure of performance. Literally any HDD will get 5.9 under it, and pretty much any SSD will get 7.9 You should have both a HDD and SSD in your system, otherwise you arent going to have much storage. Share Raymond2369 January 11, 2013 5:03:35 PM Best answer selected by Raymond2369. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWhy is my SSD Rating going down? Forum Solvedmy SSD only getting 5.9 rating on WEI Forum Computer Hardware by Barry G Blundell Book. rating? Forum Mushkin Chronos SSD write benchmark well below mfg rating Forum SSD Rating from 7.9 to 7.4 Forum Why didn't SSD improve WEI rating? Forum New computer build rating, suggestions Forum SolvedAdding SSD to current computer Forum SolvedComputer Booting slower I think Intel Rapid Storage is not working with my SSD Forum SolvedInstalling Windows on an SSD, with a hard drive already in the computer Forum SolvedBuilding a new computer (single SSD vs SSD + HDD and Hybrid drive questions) Forum SolvedJust had a computer crash on a dual drive (SSD/HDD) system. Can the information on the HDD be easily reintegrated? Forum SolvedHow do I clone HDD to SSD if the computer doesn't have a optical disk drive? Forum Solvedkingston v300 ssd boot up time and windows rate Forum Solvedssd problem|Soft ECC Correction Rate Forum My (over -.-) $400 gaming computer build! rating and really helpfull criticism would be use full. Forum New Computer Build, Rating and Suggestions? Forum SolvedCan I move SSD w/ OS and HDD w/ programs to new computer without problems? Forum SolvedComputer stopped Booting from SSD Forum SolvedNew computer - new SSD - migrate program (no install disc)? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !