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System Performance: Futuremark PCMark Vantage Wrap-Up



 Futuremark PCMark Vantage
 Gaming and Overall

Courtesy, Futuremark:  "Gaming is one of the most popular forms of entertainment for all ages. Today’s games demand high performance graphics cards and CPUs to avoid delays and sluggish performance while playing. Loading screens in games are yesterday’s news. Streaming data from an HDD in games – such as Alan Wake™ – allows for massive worlds and riveting non-stop action. CPUs with many cores give a performance advantage to gamers in real-time strategy and massively multiplayer games. Gaming Suite includes the following tests: "

Gaming 1 - GPU game test
Gaming 2 - HDD: game HDD
Gaming 3 - Two simultaneous threads, CPU game test, Data decompression: level loading
Gaming 4 - Three simultaneous threads, GPU game test, CPU game test, HDD: game HDD


This is a test where the graphics card is a major factor.  The C90S does return the lowest results of all systems tested, however, all desktops were running a GeForce 8800GTX and the Dell XPS was running a faster GeForce 8700 mobile processor.  All things considered, the C90S returned results in line with our expectations for a system of its kind.


The overall PCMark Vantage score is a weighted average of all of the modules in the Vantage suite calculated in total "PCMarks".  Here are the results:





When taking in the complete peformance picture, the ASUS C90S fell in line with our Athlon X2 4600+ test system running at 2.4GHz, but the scores are skewed considering the desktop had a high-end graphics solution and 10K RPM HD that helps tip the scales of the overall results.  We feel it best to assess the performance on a test by test basis considering the hardware differences.
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