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  1. So the test has issues on OS X as well. In a CPU...

    So the test has issues on OS X as well.
    In a CPU raw test there's no way the OS can have that effect, as simple as that...
    To do a comparison that is meaningful you should always test native...
  2. That doesn't make any sense. In a CPU bound test...

    That doesn't make any sense. In a CPU bound test the OS can't in any way effect the results by such a margin.
    Your test has some major issue, fix it before publishing misleading results ;)
  3. I see your point: don't compare OSs using what...

    I see your point: don't compare OSs using what people use in the real world... just compare meaningless things like Apache on Windows 7... :rolleyes:

    Do you get that there might be a reason why on...
  4. There were plenty of those tests to compare Vista...

    There were plenty of those tests to compare Vista and XP (*)... as soon as nVidia got it's stuff together, Vista scored just a little bit better results than XP... so what's your point? We are in...
  5. And let it be worse ;) Up do a certain...

    And let it be worse ;)


    Up do a certain point. To be 10-20% faster or slower in file operations doesn't make any difference on a client, if you need performances you won't get them replacing the...
  6. A benchmark I would love to see: Photoshop CS5 on...

    A benchmark I would love to see: Photoshop CS5 on OS X and Windows 7... you know... real stuff that matters ;)
  7. Personally, I think that those tests are...

    Personally, I think that those tests are meaningless.
    Who's the moron that runs Apache on Windows 7?
    Who cares about performances of those apps on a client OS?
    If the tests were run on Windows...
  8. Vista-bashing in 2010 is quite pathetic. Games...

    Vista-bashing in 2010 is quite pathetic.
    Games on Vista get about the same FPS as XP or Windows 7, sometimes more sometimes less but overall it's the same.
  9. With Vista you get about the same FPS as Windows...

    With Vista you get about the same FPS as Windows 7. Anyway, who cares anymore about Vista? Move on dude.
  10. To run a cross OS benchmark on a single hardware...

    To run a cross OS benchmark on a single hardware means very little.
    It's a lot like testing GPUs with a single game ;)

    To give an idea on why I believe that: I've run Sunspider with Opera 10.53...
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    Correct. Any important information regarding the...

    Correct. Any important information regarding the configuration of the tested system has to be clearly known.
    It might be ok to leave the default parameters of the file system itself, it make less...
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    WinXP? Lol! That's just pointless, if you really...

    WinXP? Lol!
    That's just pointless, if you really want to know the performance of NTFS test Windows Server.
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    By default Windows Defender is active and it has...

    By default Windows Defender is active and it has a significant performance hit upon file operations.

    Not knowing if it is enabled or not makes these tests pointless.


    I've asked a question, I...
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    When you need performance and you are using...

    When you need performance and you are using Windows 7 on a workstation, it doesn't make any sense to have real time antivirus running.
    If you are just a home user, you should always run real time...
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    When you run filesystem tests, please specify if...

    When you run filesystem tests, please specify if Windows Defender or any other antivirus software is running, it makes a huge difference.
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