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Whats your WEI score on the M14x?

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I know WEI isn't a very good benchmarking tool but i'm just curious to see what other people with the M14x have? I do have my system O'Ced and this is what I got.

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I only have 5.9.. coz of aero causing it to be 5.9..how did you get yours to 7.0?

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Arklight - I think if you set nvidia global settings to NVIDIA then it gets the higher score. (that's a big I THINK). My score is 5.9 as well as I am all over the place with settings changes and tests and updates.

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Arklight - I think if you set nvidia global settings to NVIDIA then it gets the higher score. (that's a big I THINK). My score is 5.9 as well as I am all over the place with settings changes and tests and updates.

I didn't think of that.. You can do that but I didn't have to.

Arklight I have the Processor Overclocked and I Overclocked the Integrated graphics on the system from the Bios. I also have 7.0 because I overclocked the video card to 670/1340 and memory to 925

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Guys nice WEI score on the M14X... the scores are around my max I got on my M17X R2. My system was overclocked as you can see in Throttle Stop. The config was I7 920Xm, 8gb DDR3 1333mhz, HD5870M Crossfire using 11.4 Catalyst Beta Drivers, 2 Samsung PM800 SSD (256GB) in Raid0. StamatisX's registry mod was applied to allow max turbo multiplier to be applied constantly across all cores. I also followed Michael's SSD optimization guide here.

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lol @ MW86

off topic- I noticed how you have no desktop icons and have everything on your quick launch. I'm the same way. I think it's and OCD thing I have lol

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Lol, its sooo true I never keep an icon or file there unless its there as a temporary place holder lol! Must be an OCD thing... I think a desktop is just supposed to have a picture or a video (dreamscene), nothing more.

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My desktop is completely empty as well, I even have it to auto-hide the taskbar

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