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Windows 7 Experience Index


The Windows 7 Experience index rate 5 different components of the computer in a scale of 1 to 7.9. The range higher than 7.9 may be possible in future releases of Windows. These 5 components are

1. Processor
2. RAM
3. Graphics
4. Gaming Graphics
5. Primary Hard Disk

Generally, a higher Windows 7 Experience index means better performance. Windows 7 Experience Index is a very broad parameter and a particular application may not exactly reflect the performance. However, over a set of statistically random application, the Windows 7 experience index roughly represents performance benchmark. No single benchmark is perfect and if you this really matters to you, you may have to run or check benchmark results from other sources as well.

How to Find computer Windows 7 Experience Index

Right click the computer and click properties. The System -> Rating show show the rating of the system. Notice that this is not really very meaningful, because it shows the minimum of all the different scores of the different components of the computer. Click on the Windows Experience Index next to the score. It will show the score of the individual components of the computer.

The following figure shows the Windows 7 Experience Index of Intel Core i3-350M processor.

( Note – If you are using a laptop, make sure that the power supply is plugged in. Laptop running in battery only may or may not reflect the true Windows 7 Experience Index. The graphics Windows Experience index may not reflect true values if the drivers are not installed.

As an example the Windows 7 Processor Experience Index intel core i3-350M ( dual core 2.26 GHz) 6.4.

Write down the Windows 7 Experience Index for your processor in the comment section below. Do not forget to mention the processor your computer uses.

You may also like to check the following in the forum

Desktop Windows 7 Experience Index
Notebook Windows 7 Experience Index

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One Response

  1. jan banan says:

    1. Processor = 6.8
    2. RAM = 6.0
    3. Graphics = 5.8
    4. Gaming Graphics = 5.6
    5. Primary Hard Disk = 7.8

    (laptop) Acer Aspire 5741G, standard except for upgraded harddrive + cpu, had i3 350M before and now a i7 640M ES, enginering sample that has lover clockspeeds then retail 640M. 2.4GHz up to 2.8GHz in turbo mode + a OCZ Vertex 2 SSD

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