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 PostPost subject: Therotical performance between Windows versions        Posted: Mon Apr 13, 2015 6:54 pm 
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Well then , I've been thinking on this , and I have a question.
Is there any performance differences(maybe due to optimizations or the reverse) between Windows versions on a clean vanilla Windows installation running the same specifications?
Maybe , due to some code updates or streamlining , Windows 7 may be able to 'extract' a little more performance(>5%) on a benchmark like Geekbench(processor-intensive) than something running on Windows XP or 2000
Or Windows 2000 may be able to get a little more on something like PCMark (as it uses far lesser resources on the same specification).

The only thing that I found out here is that Windows XP exhibits significantly better DirectX 8 performance than Windows Vista.


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 PostPost subject: Re: Therotical performance between Windows versions        Posted: Mon Apr 13, 2015 7:41 pm 
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afaik d2d is fubar in NT6
and has much better response on NT5


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