My memory operations per second score increased when installing a new CPU windows 7?
I installed a new CPU and my CPU score went from 6.7 to 7.7 and my ram score went from 6.9 to 7.7
but I never changed my memory what would cause my memory score to go up?
windows 7 experience index score
- DzeLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
the bus speed of the processor controls memory .. so if its better everything is faster ..
- ineedacarLv 58 months ago
There's a reason that scoring system isn't in Windows 10, it's kinda **** and inconsistent.
Also if your CPU is from that era, the Spectre patch will slow down your CPU drastically. You can remove it by you can't remove it.
- Anonymous8 months ago
if you put a faster CPU in your computer naturally it's going to be able to talk back and forth to your ram faster so you're ram score is going to increase also with all that CPU and RAM speed is your hard drive fast enough to allow it to work? If you're getting a 5.9 on your hard drive you're wasting a lot of good components by not getting a solid state drive.