Performance Results

Benchmarks - excluding SSD
Gaming 12%
Tree trunk
Desktop 19%
Workstation 12%
Tree trunk
PC StatusOverall this PC is performing as expected (57th percentile). This means that out of 100 PCs with exactly the same components, 43 performed better. The overall PC percentile is the average of each of its individual components.
ProcessorWith an average single core score, this CPU can handle browsing the web, email, video playback and the majority of general computing tasks including moderate gaming when coupled with an appropriate GPU. Finally, with a gaming score of 40.4%, this CPU's suitability for 3D gaming is average.
Graphics10.5% is a very low 3D score (RTX 2060S = 100%). This GPU can only handle very basic 3D games but it's fine for general computing tasks.
Boot DriveThe boot partition is located on a mechanical or hybrid drive. Moving the system to an SSD will yield far faster boot times, better system responsiveness and faster application load times.
MemoryThe RAM on this system should be upgraded to at least 2GB although on 32bit systems 1GB will suffice as a bare minimum.
OS VersionAlthough Windows 7 is still a viable option, it's now 10 years and 4 months old. This system should be upgraded to Windows 10 which is generally faster and has an improved set of core utilities including better versions of explorer and task manager.
MotherboardECS A785GM-M5  (all builds)
Memory0.2 GB free of 1 GB @ 0.3 GHz
Display1280 x 1024 - 32 Bit colors
OSWindows 7
BIOS Date20091202
Uptime0.3 Days
Run DateNov 03 '19 at 15:12
Run Duration220 Seconds
Run User MYS-User
Background CPU6%

 PC Performing as expected (57th percentile)

Actual performance vs. expectations. The graphs show user score (x) vs user score frequency (y).

Processor Bench Normal Heavy Extreme
AMD Phenom II X4 955-$83
CPU 1, 1 CPU, 4 cores, 4 threads
Base clock 3.2 GHz
Performing above expectations (69th percentile)
40.4% Average
1-Core 58.6
2-Core 117
41% 87.6 Pts
4-Core 234
8-Core 232
32% 233 Pts
64-Core 232
16% 232 Pts
Poor: 28%
This bench: 40.4%
Great: 47%
Graphics Card Bench 3D DX9 3D DX10 3D DX11
Nvidia GTX 550-Ti-$250
Gigabyte(1458 351A) 1GB
CLim: 970 MHz, MLim: 1050 MHz, Ram: 1GB, Driver: 391.35
Performing way above expectations (97th percentile)
10.5% Very poor
Lighting 34.6
Reflection 35.9
Parallax 10.9
9% 27.1 fps
MRender 34
Gravity 36.9
Splatting 36.5
11% 35.8 fps
Poor: 9%
This bench: 10.5%
Great: 11%
Drive Bench Sequential Random 4k Deep queue 4k
Seagate ST3160815AS 160GB-$25
66GB free (System drive)
Firmware: 4.AAB
SusWrite @10s intervals: 19 13 20 16 34 24 MB/s
Performing way below expectations (6th percentile)
11.3% Very poor
Read 18.3
Write 20.8
Mixed 19.3
SusWrite 21
15% 19.8 MB/s
4K Read 0.4
4K Write 0.5
4K Mixed 0.1
37% 0.33 MB/s
Poor: 11%
This bench: 11.3%
Great: 42%
Memory Kit Bench Multi core Single core Latency
Kingmax KLCD48F-B8NU5 1x1GB
1 of 2 slots used
Relative performance n/a - insufficient samples
15.7% Very poor
MC Read 4.8
MC Write 4.8
MC Mixed 4.6
14% 4.73 GB/s
SC Read 3
SC Write 4.8
SC Mixed 0
7% 2.6 GB/s
Latency 78.9
51% 78.9 ns
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 System Memory Latency Ladder

L1/L2/L3 CPU cache and main memory (DIMM) access latencies in nano seconds.

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Gaming 0%
Desktop 0%
Workstation 0%

Motherboard: ECS A785GM-M5

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