The numerical diffusion arising from streamline-to-grid skewness produces a deteriorating effect on the numerical accuracy. The QUICKER scheme to reduce the numerical diffusion requires more computational effect than the HYBRID scheme. This paper deals with the relative computational efficiencies of adopting QUICKER scheme with a coarser grid system and of adopting HYBRID scheme with a denser grid system. Laminar driven cavity flow with Re=400, 1000 is used as a test problem. It is found that QUICKER scheme with a coarser grid system is more efficient than the HYBRID scheme with a denser grid system.