On Sun, 11 Oct 2009 19:30:29 +0100, "Tom Allen" <me8@newsgroup> wrote:
>"Ken Blake, MVP" <kblake@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> On Sat, 10 Oct 2009 21:38:42 -0700, "Mr. Jon Pope" <mrjonpope@newsgroup>
>>> Yesterday I ran Performance info and tools: My processor score was
>>> Today after I replaced a bad video card I ran the test again and
>>> jumped to 5.3.
>>> I was just wondering why that would happen?
>>> I switched out an ATI HD3650 1 gb card for evga 8600GT 256 mb card
Just my $0.02. I was an ATI involuntary beta tester for 7 years.
Awhile back, to install a Cintiq tablet, it required a video card with dual
I was fed up with ATI. I installed a 8500GT 1 gig card. My WEI went from 2.0 to
The WEI wasn't not my goal, but the drastic overall improvement was an
The change was from onboard graphics with maybe 256 mb to 1 gig dedicatedwith
I haven't needed any support or fixes from Nvidia. With ATI it was a daily
login to support until they quit replying.
I'd say WEI is just a number value to tell you what the percentage of all
components in the system are. And the fact that it's the LOWEST figure that
hands you the WEI, Is not how GOOD things, are but since it's tied to the
section dragging you down, in my case it was the dual core D CPU that was
dragging everything down.. THE WEI should be called 'how bad your machine
The fact that you can actually make the WEI values read what ever you want also
makes it a useless figure.