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I just throw around my Pentium Dong at people who think one brand is better than another.
    
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LOL, I'm gonna do that... He'll feel so inadequate with his lower scores haha..

I just can't stand it, I don't favor AMD over Intel at all, I just prefer AMD cause I can afford it. Simple as that. I just find it so hard to talk to ppl who are such hardcore fanboys.
What does your friend have? Both of you should run a game with fraps open,then prove to him all those extra frames are useless.
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I just throw around my Pentium Dong at people who think one brand is better than another.
Your Pentium D is at 4.2,it couldn't be that bad?
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C:\\Windows\\Performance\\Datastore\\*latest update* (It will be the last one, scroll down.) Open with Wordpad, edit the <CPUSCORE> Xml part, and all of the others. Its really easy, I just googled it lol.

If you go higher than 7.9 on System Score it nulls it, saying "System Rating is not available" therefore, 7.9 is the highest.
Seems like its a read only file that I can't change.. it won't allow me to save the file after changing the #s.
    
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Do you still have WEI open?
    
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