ASUS Zen AiO Pro Z240IC Review: 4K All-In-One With Guts And Glitz

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PCMark & 3DMark Tests ASUS Zen AiO Pro

Futuremark PCMark 7
Simulated Application Performance

When it comes to testing PCs, Futuremark is one of the better-known names in the industry. We kicked off our testing with PCMark 7, which runs the system through a series of typical home and office tasks, including media playback, video processing, and some light gaming. The benchmark also tests the computer’s storage devices.

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General use is what this system is built for, so PCMark 7 and PCMark 8 are its most important tests. The Zen AiO Pro took the top spot among all-in-ones we've tested. We expected the system to score well and thanks to its new hardware platform complement, the Zen AiO Pro didn't disappoint.

Futuremark 3DMark 11 & 3DMark Cloud Gate
Simulated Gaming Benchmark

The Zen AiO Pro isn't going to rival gaming desktops, but if it ends up in the living room, it will probably be used for occasional gaming. With that in mind, we ran Futuremark's 3DMark 11 benchmark, which emphasizes graphics power in its assessment.

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3DM CLOUD GATE asus zen aio pro

The discrete Nvidia graphics gave the Zen AiO Pro some real muscle in this test, pushing the system to the top of the pack in 3DMark 11. The system also produced a very respectable score for an all-in-one in the newer 3DMark Cloud Gate test.

Futuremark PCMark 8
Simulated Application Performance

We selected three tests from PCMark 8. The Home test is just as it sounds: a collection of everyday tasks, including web browsing and chatting. The Work test is more demanding and has business-oriented tests, while the Storage test gives you a close-up look at what your SSD or hard drive can do.

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We don’t have enough comparison data for PCMark 8 with all-in-ones yet, but the scores are in line with what we’d expect from an AIO with an Intel Core i7-6700T processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M GPU. 

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