Asus 20" ET2011AUKB-B006E All-In-One PC Review

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Futuremark PCMark Benchmarks

To start things off, we fired up Futuremark's system performance benchmark, PCMark Vantage. This synthetic benchmark suite simulates a range of real-world scenarios and workloads, stressing various system subsets in the process. Everything you'd want to do with your PC -- watching HD movies, music compression, image editing, gaming, and so forth -- is represented here, and most of the tests are multi-threaded, making this a good indicator of all-around performance.

Futuremark PCMark Vantage
Simulated Application Performance


The ET2011AUKB isn't meant to be a workhorse. It's below-average compared to most other desktops, but it's on par if not somewhat better off than most other nettops, and even some laptops. The good news is that high marks in these tests aren't required for the vast majority of commonplace tasks; but if you were planning on running AutoCAD, Crysis 2 or some other compute-intensive program, these numbers reinforce that this isn't the machine for you.



Futuremark PCMark 7
Simulated Application Performance


Futuremark 3DMark11

Futuremark's PCMark 7 combines more than 25 individual workloads covering storage, computation, image and video manipulation, Web browsing, and gaming. It's specifically designed to cover the full range of PC hardware, from netbooks and tablets, to notebooks and desktops, making it a great testing tool for virtually any system.


Futuremark only recently introduced its PCMark 7 suite, the successor to PCMark Vantage. As time goes on, we'll have a bigger sampling of scores to compare systems with, but in the meantime, we'll be posting individual screenshots, as we've done above. Using the default Entry settings, the rig managed an overall score of 1148, which is right around half of the 2225 overall score posted by the Core i5-based MSI X460DX notebook we looked at here. Apples to Oranges, in a way, but it gives you a relative watermark. When it comes to heavy workloads, you're better off leaving that to other machines.

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