Zotac ZBOX AMD E-350 APU

8.6 Overall Score
Build: 9/10
Price: 10/10
Performance: 7/10

Quiet | Quick | Small Form Factor | SATA 6.0 | USB 3.0 | Low Power | Great video playback

CPU Performance | No CDROM | No Addon slots

Some of the benchmarks we will be testing this thing with maybe classified as… overkill. However I think this will give us a good grasp on what type of performance we are looking to get out of this specific system. I do not expect this thing to do VERY well. However. I suspect that it will not do bad either.

Benchmarks I want to run are going to include:

  • Super Pi 1m/8m
  • Cinebench R10
  • Cinebench R11
  • 3dMark01 SE
  • 3dMark06
  • PCMark 05

As we run through the different benchmarks we will be comparing it against an Intel Pentium E5200. I am running against this because this is one of the slowest machines that I can possibly find. It has an Intel G41 Express Chipset with a built in video card. I also feel that this is going to be similar to what a zbox would possibly replace.

Specifications are the following.

CPU: Intel Pentium E5200 @ 2.5GHz
Chipset: Intel G41 w/ Integrated Graphics
Memory: 2GB (1 x 2GB stick)
Hard Drive: 250GB 2.5in SATA
Cooler: Genuine Intel E5200 Cooler

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