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10-22-2013 11:19 AM
M2NSLI I tried a different OC and got 4.1 biggrin.gif better than nothing, fair enough its not accurate my SSD scores about 5.9 and I got about the same on my old slow HDD
10-22-2013 11:14 AM
FatedFrenzy Don't put any stock in WEI. Its all over the place and really represents nothing but trying to get you to buy more/better items. I have an OC'd 8350, dual OC'd 7870s, 32gb of RAM, a very large and very fast HDD, matched with an SSD.

I only score a 7.5 with this while I score a 7.7 with a Phenom II 965, 16gb RAM, less storage and an OC'd 5770. Make sense? Nope
10-22-2013 11:05 AM
M2NSLI Its a temporary card, I'll try restoring it to original clock speeds
10-22-2013 11:04 AM
Alphonze If your graphics card gives you a 3.8 score in Windows experience, it probably has no business playing games or being overclocked for that matter.

I'm assuming the overclock might be unstable and that is what is causing such a low score though.
10-22-2013 11:01 AM
M2NSLI After overclocking my graphics card it dropped from 3.8 to 1.0 on windows experience index?

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