Windows 7 3D Acceleration

Discussion in 'Microsoft Windows 7' started by Kyle Porter, Dec 18, 2008.

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  1. pattertj

    pattertj Tablet Tweaker

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    So I installed the latest Windows 7 beta, Build 6956 on my Lenovo x61t and of course, ran the WEI during the install process...

    I was shocked at the numbers though!

    Processor: 4.3
    Memory(RAM): 4.8
    Graphics: 3.5
    Gaming Graphics: 4.9 :eek:
    Primary Hard Disk: 3.0

    I fully expected the Primary Hard Disk number to be low because it has the inner half of my hard drive being shared with Vista, but that Gaming Graphics numer... wtf?!? That is higher than the HP tx2500z tablet gets with dedicated graphics.

    I even ran it twice to be sure. I think the explaination is this...

    Technical: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd285359.aspx
    Laymans: http://blog.toptenreviews.com/?p=921

    Yeah Crysis on integrated graphics!!! Even if it is only 7fps... :)
     

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    Also, in Windows 7, it could be possible the scale is changed entirely. I know that 5.9 isn't the limit for any of the tests anymore.
     
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    pattertj Tablet Tweaker

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    Very possible... The max score is now 7.9

    I'm going to run some benchmarks sometime after this week, to test this out...
     
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    Kyle Porter Veteran Moderator Senior Member

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    I have this installed on my tablet, and i receive a 5.6 gaming graphics. I personally think it is a glitch in the release. I have had no performance increase graphically that would suggest otherwise.
     
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