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low win 7 subscores (lower than expected)


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Luka Radulovic

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I have a quad core intel 2.4 GHz and it has a windows 7 experience subscore of only 3.6. I've seen other people's subscores and they are way higher, so if anyone can tell me why this occured, it would be a lot of help. thnx in advance.

here's the link to a screenshot of my scores.

http://imageshack.us.../855/perff.png/
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Digerati

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Hi Luka and :)

That does seem like a low CPU score for that CPU. What is that CPU in? Are your temperatures okay?

What does CPUz say the "Core Speed" is?
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well ,temperatures are running at about 55 C, all four cores +/- 5C... as for the rest of your question, i didn't quite understand it... sorry, mu PC slang might be a bit off.. :)
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I mean, is this CPU in a notebook? A PC? What are your system specs?

As for CPUz, I am asking you download, install and run that. Then see what the Core Speed is.
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