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post #1901 of 2062
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Originally Posted by GnarlyCharlie View Post

Best about anybody can manage.
I've never seen anybody crack that 7.9 processor nut.

Just found a clean 7.9 sweep here - http://www.overclock.net/t/596533/windows-7-performance-score-thread/1500_100#post_14198272
post #1902 of 2062
I've done it as well, just takes a very well OCed 6 core/12 thread.
    
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post #1903 of 2062
Here's some fantastic WEI facts:
  • ALL physical disks are artificially limited to 5.9 UNLESS they are connected to a hardware RAID controller
  • If you have a fast motherboard-based RAID array, it is still 5.9 max
  • If you trick windows into thinking that it is a hardware array, you can score higher than 5.9!

This is a screenshot of my desktop's (Synapse in the Systems area of my signature) Windows 7 WEI scores:


Notice the nice, low 5.9s for my RAID10 array?

Here is a screenshot from my Windows 7 virtual machine, running in VMWare Workstation 8 on the computer above:


As you can see, my RAID array now scores a 7.2... INSIDE A VIRTUAL MACHINE... which has a virtual hard drive that lives inside a file on the host computer's RAID array!! That is as high as some SSDs score! Why does Microsoft insist on screwing me out of a decent score? I hate them so much!! mad.gif

It just turns out that a virtual machine pretends like its hard drive is an LSI SAS controller, so Windows actually scores it based on transfer speed and seek times without limiting it to 5.9.

I'm going to add some extra CPU and RAM to this VM and see if I can get a higher score, but my array is currently degraded because another one of my Seagate Barracudas failed a S.M.A.R.T. test so I might not be able to pull a good hard drive score until I get a new drive.
Edited by N0BOX - 8/28/12 at 1:49am
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Here's mine, I forgot to set my ram to 2400Mhz.
    
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post #1905 of 2062
With no overclock.

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post #1907 of 2062
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Originally Posted by N0BOX View Post

Here's some fantastic WEI facts:
  • ALL physical disks are artificially limited to 5.9 UNLESS they are connected to a hardware RAID controller
  • If you have a fast motherboard-based RAID array, it is still 5.9 max
  • If you trick windows into thinking that it is a hardware array, you can score higher than 5.9!
This is a screenshot of my desktop's (Synapse in the Systems area of my signature) Windows 7 WEI scores:

Notice the nice, low 5.9s for my RAID10 array?
Here is a screenshot from my Windows 7 virtual machine, running in VMWare Workstation 8 on the computer above:

As you can see, my RAID array now scores a 7.2... INSIDE A VIRTUAL MACHINE... which has a virtual hard drive that lives inside a file on the host computer's RAID array!! That is as high as some SSDs score! Why does Microsoft insist on screwing me out of a decent score? I hate them so much!! mad.gif
It just turns out that a virtual machine pretends like its hard drive is an LSI SAS controller, so Windows actually scores it based on transfer speed and seek times without limiting it to 5.9.
I'm going to add some extra CPU and RAM to this VM and see if I can get a higher score, but my array is currently degraded because another one of my Seagate Barracudas failed a S.M.A.R.T. test so I might not be able to pull a good hard drive score until I get a new drive.

I score 7.9 with fake RAID 0, I score 7.9 when using a OCZ 240GB Revo3 PCIe drive.
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post #1908 of 2062
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I score 7.9 with fake RAID 0, I score 7.9 when using a OCZ 240GB Revo3 PCIe drive.

RAID10 has the read speed of RAID0 or better, depending on the implementation and number of drives. RAID10 writes to disk slower than RAID0, though, so it makes sense that RAID0 would score higher than RAID10. If anything should score a perfect 7.9 for drive speed, it's the RevoDrive SSDs.
post #1909 of 2062
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

I've done it as well, just takes a very well OCed 6 core/12 thread.

How well? I did a 5.1GHz oc just to test and still got 7.8 (temps were high 70's just re-running the assestment!!!)



EDIT: 5.2 maybe 5.3 is max for me on this test but must fiddle some more in BIOS, Pls tell me its in that range to get a 7.9 redface.gif
Edited by eXXon - 8/28/12 at 7:51pm
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post #1910 of 2062
I haven't tried on 3930k, I did it at 5.6 or 5.7Ghz with a 990x. Mr.tooshort has a 7.9 above with a 3960x at 5.1Ghz, shouldn't take too much more to make up for the cache difference.
    
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