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See my previous post w/ results from windows xp home sp3 x86

This is the same machine w/ windows 7 home premium x64 (dual boot setup).

I'm showing my novicesness here, but why the processor and 2d video hit??

Thanks, all, in advance . . .bill

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More then likely the 2D score is affected by the difference in the drivers. CPU score is not to far off and could have just been a glitch. Generally you will get the best cpu score from a fresh boot.

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More then likely the 2D score is affected by the difference in the drivers. CPU score is not to far off and could have just been a glitch. Generally you will get the best cpu score from a fresh boot.

 

Thanks for the feedback. These are fairly representative results. (AT least 10 OD tests on both XP and 7). I wanted to make sure that I posted tests that were consistent with my prior results.

 

XP falls in @ 11300-11600 Win7 about 700-1000 less @ 10300-10700.

 

That's why I was wondering about the differences. It doesn't seem to affect performance--both OS's run REALLY well. I just assumed (oops--there I go again . . .) that a 64 bit system on a modern MB built for Windows 7 would perform better than 32 bit XP.

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