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This score can be found on the performance and reliability monitor in vista, and clicking on reliability. The score ranges from 1 to 10. What is yours, and if possible, use snipping tool to prove your score.

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How do you keep your score so high??!!! What are your system specs??!!

I build my own systems. Costs a bit more than a brand name but it's worth the peace of mind to me.
My current system I put together in March,2007 for about $1300.
Specs are:

  • Antec Sonata II Case(450W PS)
  • Asus M2N4-SLI Motherboard
  • AMD Athlon 64x2 3800+ CPU
  • 2 GB Kingston Ram PC2-5300 (just upped it to 4 GB last week)
  • Asus nVidia GeForce 7600 GT Video Card (256 MB DDR3)
  • WD 250 GB Sata HDD(7200rpm, 8MB Cache)
  • LG Dual Layer DVD-R (IDE)
  • Basic Logitech USB Keyboard/Mouse
  • 19" Princeton LCD Display
  • MS Vista Ultimate 32Bit

My Windows Experience Index is 5.0 (CPU)

I've also left Vista's UAC on; I found it to run better this way when I was running the beta releases on my last system.

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holy sh*t mines 2.63 and i'v only had it for 22 days!

do you install many programs? or does your pc crash a lot, or gets shut down improperly? Those determine your score.

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it depends on the quality of your ram too

my server has high end EEC ram and has had 0 memory faults so its 9.9 on ws2008 beta

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come on now, isn't anyone else willing to update their score, or is mine to high for them!!

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Up to 9.70 since SP1 which is the info icon showing on 3/18/08; it was at 9.65 then.

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mine went up to 9.98, but my pc got a virus and erased all the data. i had to run a recovery, so i can't show my score.

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Holy Crap! My computer has gone down hill. It was 9.18 on Aug 1 2008, but went down to 6.67 on Aug 22, due mostly to the text screensaver not responding. I guess I'll just have to disable the screen saver to keep that from happening.

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