hi my score is adressed or classified by the benchmark program tool as "too low"
does this mean that similar systems with similar hardware usually gets a higher score?
what can the reasons be?
i have a new pc - just bought the thing and installed win xp and all hardware drivers. not changed any hardware, no overclocking or over-anything done. not changed any settings for the graphics card, it is all default. so i cant imagine why is too slow.
The PC Health Check is still beta and should not be taken as absolute final word. What it does is it compares your score to the average score from users of exact same hardware components.
Depending on the exact configuration, a large number of overclocked results may slightly skew that upwards so depending on how large the difference is, it may be still fairly normal.
But in any case it might be worth investigating if everything with the system is in order.
You could post a link to your result and ask from the community if they spot anything unusual.
You could also verify such basic things as "is the video card PCIE slot actually running 16x" and "is my memory properly configured for dual channel" (or triple channel, if X58-based board) and "are all drivers for the motherboard and all components properly installed" etc.
Could you just post link to the result, would make it easier...
But even without that, one problem could be the DDR2 version of HD 5570 - unfortunately the service cannot tell apart DDR2 and GDDR3 versions of HD 5570 (to it they appear identical) and the DDR2 version obviously has considerably worse performance than the GDDR3 version. So PC Health Check compares your result to the most common result which in this case would be the GDDR3-based HD 5570 and... surprise... it thinks your score is too low.