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Is this a poor feature or what?

I went from an E8400 to a Q9550 and my overall and CPU score did not change at all?


Anyone else tried this?
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WEI really doesn't mean much, its pretty useless tool.
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What magicmike said. It's completely useless, I wouldn't worry about it.
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It's only useful if you have an SSD. The disk drive bench it uses tells Windows which features to disable (defrag, superfetch, etc) once it recognizes that you're using an SSD.
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