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post #61 of 63
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Originally Posted by BallaTheFeared View Post
Once?
Well, by "once" I mean that it was causing me issues like this guy is having, was a while ago though.
post #62 of 63
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Originally Posted by [T]yphoon View Post
you mean 2010
and that well over a year ago, very obsolete graph if you ask me
also i know a few ppl who used norton and still got infected, were Norton could locate but not remove it or even put it into quarantine Kaspersky did both of that

@op: wanne make a bet that you will get infected very very soon with those useless AV's?
The Graph is from 2010/2011 it was presented in the end of 2010, did you ever bothered to look at infection removal rankings? or your friend is better in judge then official labs? lol! and and yes, they are using the same version of Norton as now for the testing, version 2011.Chek out the system impact of AV's - performance score of Norton as well, in short - none, you said resource hog?

Here is what the rankings means.

On Demand: Raw detection capabilities of signitures when fully updated with latest definitions.
Retrospective: Capabilities of heuristics and generic signatures against new unknown malware.
Dynamic: Real world protection capabilities using all components of the security software to demonstrate effectiveness in the real world.
Removal: Effectiveness at cleaning a system from malware, the higher the score the better the product is at disinfection and removal of malware trace elements without damaging the system in the process.
Performance score (higher is better): All performance results are normalised to use the same AV-Comparatives scale (and takes scanning speed into account)
False Positives: Mean false positives across all tests with such information available. The results help to show which products are more prone to false positives and are not an exact result.
King of Tests: Personalised scoring system in an attempt to determine which antivirus solutions did the best across all the categories equally.

Testing lab list

Current testing results used from the year:

AV-Test Quarterly Tests: http://www.av-test.org/certifications.php
AV-Comparatives: http://www.av-comparatives.org
VBulletin RAP (April - October): http://www.virusbtn.com/vb100/rap-index.xml, http://www.virusbtn.com/virusbulleti...04-comparative
Ekaitsee Dynamic Test: http://www.ekaitse.ee/EKAITSE_TORJETEST_2010_ENG.pdf
Dennis Technology Labs: http://www.dennistechnologylabs.com/...P2011_SYMC.pdf
Symantec Commission AV-Test: http://community.norton.com/norton/a...ing_Report.pdf, http://community.norton.com/norton/a...ing_Report.pdf
SL.Portal Malware Test: http://translate.google.se/translate...2F&sl=de&tl=en
PC Security Labs:http://www.pcsecuritylabs.net/docume...ly_2010_EN.pdf
PCMag 2011: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2372369,00.asp
Raymond Performance Tests: http://www.raymond.cc/antivirus/
Antivirusware: http://www.antivirusware.com/
Passmark: http://www.passmark.com/ftp/antiviru...esting-ed2.pdf
MRG Flash Test: http://malwareresearchgroup.com/wp-c...ests-20101.zip




Oh and here is Kaspersky getting owned.


And another,


Edited by psyside - 8/7/11 at 10:00am
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post #63 of 63
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Originally Posted by amstech View Post
I find it hard to believe BC2 bottlenecks/makes an i7 920 struggle.
Is that what I am reading?
no, it doesnt make it struggle at all.

When I had my gtx 480 my i7-920 @ 3.6 Ghz had the same amount of load that it has on my gts 450. right around 30% sometimes jumping to 40%
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