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Anyone got any comparison benches yet of this vs standard installs?
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Anyone got any comparison benches yet of this vs standard installs?

No, but I'm going to have to reformat my primary W7 here soon and I will if I can remember.
    
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post #33 of 118
Pizza,

Could you give us a link or a rundown as to the best way of upgrading the patches for overclocking. When overclocking you still want to update the SP right? Just making sure you stripe it down.
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I don't ever add any updates or let the SP update. RTlite has a intergration selection where you can add updates, drivers and hotfixes.
    
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So as far as Benching performance scaling goes. A SP update won't improve performance you are saying?
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So as far as Benching performance scaling goes. A SP update won't improve performance you are saying?
I'm not saying that. I've not compared the difference. I really don't know.
    
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post #37 of 118
Oh sorry for the misunderstanding.

I will test these for you tonight if I have the time. I have school tomorrow morning. But I just did a test of memory usage on a default image and a stripped image. I can verify that the memory usage on a default image is ~340mb. On a stripped image it was ~214-220mb. That is a huge difference! I have hit some people up who are very educated on OS tweaking (Bill - BenchZowner) to manage my processes and services running to get the last little bit out of each individual benchmark. I will post my findings and passed on education to you guys!

Thanks for the begging start Pizza!
post #38 of 118
Hey, can anyone help me create a fully stripped out version of windows 7 that is bootable.
Ready for every day use, email, games, web surfing basically.
I pretty much want it to be a "shell" that is secure enough but without any of the crap.
I would try this myself but I don't want to remove something important.
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Just load up DOS

JK, but good guide, Ill bookmark this.
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When integrating an application in RT7 lite. Does it automatically install? What I am looking to do is make some benchmarking OS images that already have the apps/benchmarks and drivers installed. Along with all of the stripped services...
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