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Unknown. I will have a look and do a single card run to see if it happens with me as well. But I can't understand why. The only logical explanation that I can think of is that using X-Fire uses a few more CPU resources?

Thanks Alastair,

It's weird, I get high GPU and Physics score but the combined scores (mainly FireStrike) are in the toilet. Could it have anything to do with how my copy of Windows interacts with FutureMark "system info"? I get weird things like it lists my card as an HIS and once in a while it lists stock clocks when I am overclocked.
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It's like the vista effect.. Also benches on win 8 aren't valid to post on hwbot.org
Vista wasn't bad TBH, it just had a few initial start issues.
Vista=Bulldozer FX8150
SP1= Piledriver FX8350
SP2 = Piledriver FX5950
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It's like the vista effect.. Also benches on win 8 aren't valid to post on hwbot.org
Vista wasn't bad TBH, it just had a few initial start issues.
Vista=Bulldozer FX8150
SP1= Piledriver FX8350
SP2 = Piledriver FX5950
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The biggest problem with Vista was that at the time of release, it was such a resource hog that most people who installed it felt it ran like a$$.
I had so many people that came to me looking to make their rigs run better. Most of them were people who bought pre-builts sold with the least amount of ram that XP required to run so as to be cheap for the customer or profitable for the company.
The conspiracy theorist in me wonders if the initial hoggish nature of Vista was intentionally made to be that way so as to help boost pc sales for the big pre-built pc makers. Yes, I don a tinfoil hat occasionally tongue.gif

When it was finally "finished" it was actually a pretty good OS, but by that time it's reputation had already been tainted.
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The biggest problem with Vista was that at the time of release, it was such a resource hog that most people who installed it felt it ran like a$$.
I had so many people that came to me looking to make their rigs run better. Most of them were people who bought pre-builts sold with the least amount of ram that XP required to run so as to be cheap for the customer or profitable for the company.
The conspiracy theorist in me wonders if the initial hoggish nature of Vista was intentionally made to be that way so as to help boost pc sales for the big pre-built pc makers. Yes, I don a tinfoil hat occasionally tongue.gif

When it was finally "finished" it was actually a pretty good OS, but by that time it's reputation had already been tainted.
Sounds like the story of AMD FX tongue.gif Anyways, progress on your LOL all cophurr waterhurrblock?
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The biggest problem with Vista was that at the time of release, it was such a resource hog that most people who installed it felt it ran like a$$.
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When it was finally "finished" it was actually a pretty good OS, but by that time it's reputation had already been tainted.
Sounds like the story of AMD FX tongue.gif Anyways, progress on your LOL all cophurr waterhurrblock?

Still ensiled with the rest of my " wonder if that would work" ideas.
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Still ensiled with the rest of my " wonder if that would work" ideas.
Simply put, tell them (the plasma cutting service if you have it) to burn a hole into the TT V1 and weld a fitting and you should be in business. Alternatively, you could try this
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@ devildog8791

I'd say just go with Windows 8.1. But it all comes down to personal preference. I have a laptop that I recently upgraded to 8.1 and I really don't see any difference besides the UI. There is a very slight performance advantage in certain applications and games, but in my opinion it isn't worth it to upgrade. However, since you do have both already available to you, you may as well go with 8.1. You'll just have to get used to the metro UI if you haven't used 8 yet, but you can always revert back to the classic 7 desktop albeit you'll have to do a little tweaking to get the "start menu" to your liking. Though, like others have said, you can't go wrong with either version smile.gif
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Originally Posted by F3ERS 2 ASH3S View Post

It's like the vista effect.. Also benches on win 8 aren't valid to post on hwbot.org

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Because alot of us prefer Windows 7 but either would be fine thumb.gif

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win 8 has issues with hwbot.org so they cancelled any benchmarks on win8

not sure if 8.1 faced the same issues

i say go win7!!

I think I will just dust off Windows 95 and call it good!!

No seriously, I think I will just go ahead and install Windows 7 64-bit and then look for the patches. Are they Microsoft patches?
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@ devildog8791

I'd say just go with Windows 8.1. But it all comes down to personal preference. I have a laptop that I recently upgraded to 8.1 and I really don't see any difference besides the UI. There is a very slight performance advantage in certain applications and games, but in my opinion it isn't worth it to upgrade. However, since you do have both already available to you, you may as well go with 8.1. You'll just have to get used to the metro UI if you haven't used 8 yet, but you can always revert back to the classic 7 desktop albeit you'll have to do a little tweaking to get the "start menu" to your liking. Though, like others have said, you can't go wrong with either version smile.gif

I guess you posted this while I was trying to get mine typed up. I heard that Windows 8 takes advantage of the cores better, but I wanted real world experience from the forum. I have used Windows 8 and it doesn't bother me to use it.
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I think I will just dust off Windows 95 and call it good!!

No seriously, I think I will just go ahead and install Windows 7 64-bit and then look for the patches. Are they Microsoft patches?

hotfix.zip 4638k .zip file

there u go, u need install 1 before the other

i forget which is first lol
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