I suppose I could find it with a well worded Google search, but I've found in the past that there's people in here who tend to know this stuff off the top of their heads, so here goes...
Does anyone know what sort of CPU you need to have to get rating of 5.5 or over? I know there's data bottlenecks etc, but it does seem that disk performance and CPU performance are the ones likely to lower this rating.
I know it's the weakest link that governs the overall rating. I suppose I phrased it badly orignally to be honest, reading it back. I have an E6600 Core 2 Duo CPU and the CPU rating is coming up as 5.3. I was wondering how far up the CPU scale you have to go to get this up towards the very top end? Having said that I have seen people posting elsewhere that their PCU index is 5.6 with the same processor. Maybe the board affects it too?
You wouldn't be talking nVidia would you? ;o) As it happens I have an 8800GTS and it's coming up as 5.9 in the ratings. No issues so far.
Can't remember my detailed rating off the top of my head, but my overall score is, I think, 4.3, which surprised me. So I can tell you that an AMD FX-55, 2GB of Ram and two7900GTXs in SLI is only moderate for Vista ... having said that, it says my graphics score is higher than that and it goes by the lowest element, but I guess a two-year-old 64bit processor in 32bit Vista doesn't cut the mustard.