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can anyone tell me why my video score is in the bottom 11 % ?

How can i improve this ? Thanks John

 

Over Drive link as Requested .

 

http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=22289792

 

 

I have enabled Nvidia , And Adjusted the Video Image Settings from 0 to 65 and that brought the video score up to the bottom 15 % . From 11 % .

 

 

Category VIDEO

 

Typical Value 62 MP/sec

 

Your Value 62 MP/sec

 

Weight 4.000

 

Weighted Score 247

 

World Desktop Rank Bottom 11%

 

 

 

Category 3 D VIDEO

 

Typical Value 6459 fps

 

Your Value 6459 fps

 

Weight 0.100

 

Weighted Score 646

 

World Desktop Rank Top 5%

 

 

 

Category CPU

 

Typical Value 15287 MIPS

 

Your Value 15540 MIPS

 

Weight 0.100

 

Weighted Score 1554

 

World Desktop Rank Top 38%

 

 

Category RAM

 

Typical Value 8485 MB/sec

 

Your Value 8555 MB/sec

 

Weight 0.100

 

Weighted Score 856

 

World Desktop Rank Top 38%

 

 

 

Category DISK

 

Typical Value 53 MB/sec

 

Your Value 45 MB/sec

 

Weight 5.000

 

Weighted Score 225

 

World Desktop Rank Bottom 49%

 

 

 

Category INTERNET

 

Typical Value 1665 Kb/sec

 

Your Value 21556 Kb/sec

 

Weight 0.200

 

Weighted Score 200

 

World Desktop Rank Top 9%

 

TOTAL TYPICAL VALUE 3737

 

WEIGHTED SCORE 3728

 

 

 

ASUS SOCKET 939 A8NSLI DELUXE

AMD ATHLON X2 64 DUEL-CORE 4400 + 2.21 GHz 2 GB RAM

Maxtor Sata Hard Drive x Two 250 GB and 1 TB

Rocketfish 700 W Power Supply

GTX GForce 260 GPU

Hauppauge Win TV HVR - 1800

Creative SoundBlaster SE. 7.1 Model # SBO570

Vista Ultimate WAS 64 BIT OS NOW 32 BIT OS

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Your 3D video is in the top 5%, and that's more important. 2D video scores can depend a lot on the driver or the type of display adapter, but we need to see the hardware.

 

Please post your OverDrive link so that we can see your computer. You can copy and paste the URL from the results page into your reply.

 

If you need help doing that, there is a tutorial here:

 

http://forums.pcpitstop.com/html/helpfiles/techexphelp.htm

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Your 3D video is in the top 5%, and that's more important. 2D video scores can depend a lot on the driver or the type of display adapter, but we need to see the hardware.

 

Please post your OverDrive link so that we can see your computer. You can copy and paste the URL from the results page into your reply.

 

If you need help doing that, there is a tutorial here:

 

http://forums.pcpitstop.com/html/helpfiles/techexphelp.htm

 

 

 

I have added my OverDrive link to my post . John

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Thanks for the link.

 

The newer Nvidia drivers don't have much in the way of 2D support. The cards are designed for 3D, and that's where they shine. 2D mostly encompasses desktop functions and the GTX260 performs those flawlessly. Rolling back to an older driver isn't an option, but if you are interested in seeing a higher number for the 2D score, you can turn off the eye candy and change the color depth to 16 bit. You will also get a much higher 2D score in Vista or Win 7 with the same card, settings, and driver.

 

You have a nice setup. If you're satisfied with what it does for you, I would suggest just ignoring the 2D score.

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