I admit, it’s fancy and inspires some competition amongst the IT/development crew. But it doesn’t always work right. The Windows Experience Index (WEI) score for disk performance shouldn’t be taken too seriously, after my recent experience:
My current PC configuration includes two 40GB Intel X-25V SSD drives, one for the system and one for the programs. It’s not the highlight of the SSD world, but way faster than the usual hard disk drives.
So, happy as I was with the performance, I updated my WEI score and stared at the result: 5.9…
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