Zotac ZBOX Blu-ray HD-ID34

8.7 Overall Score
Build: 10/10
Price: 8/10
Performance: 7/10

Build quality was great | Playback was flawless | System works well

Lesser performance | Only 2 USB ports for loading Windows

So now we get into what we will be testing with this.  Obviously we will be testing video playback,  but most importantly I want to use the same tests that were performed on the Zotac AMD system to see how it fairs against the Intel system.  This will be the Age Long Battle.  Intel vs AMD.

Benchmarks I want to run are going to include:

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

Specifications are the following on the Intel E5200.

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

Zotac’s ZBOX AMD-E350 Specs.

Chipset: AMD M1 Chipset
Cooler Type: Fan (Single Slot)
CPU Socket: Intergrated
Dimensions: 7.4 in x 7.4 in x 1.73 in (188mm x 188mm x 44mm)
Memory Size: 2GB Installed (Upgradable to 8GB)
Memory Slots: 2 x 204-pin SO-DIMM (1 slot available)
Memory Type: DDR3-1066 SO-DIMM
Onboard Audio: Onboard analog stereo high-definition audio/7.1-Channel LPCM digital audio (HDMI)/Optical Digital S/PDIF audio
Onboard LAN: 10/100/1000Mbps, Wifi 802.11n/g/b (300Mbps)
Onboard Video: AMD Radeon HD6310

Lets get some testing done and lets compare the results.

 

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