This score is kind of weird. The two first numbers are over what they're supposed to be, so that's good, but why are the other two lower?
asked Feb 16 '12 at 08:22
usually they wont have the score for your exact hardware config, instead what they do is create hardware classes, so it may be estimating those scores based on what hardware in your class gets buy not your specific hardware. (ega GTS250 1GB and a GTX 260 are in the same class even though one card is clearly more powerful)
PS the classes are generated based on user submitted scores and is based only on model numbers and not other underlying specs, so that class also included similar hardware that has also been overclocked.
Another thing to consider is that many scores are based on systems that are relatively clean so if you have a ton of running processes then you will get a lower score, (eg don't expect advertised/ expected speeds for your hard ware if your PC starts up with like 90 running processes and most of your memory is in use)