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

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Gaming Performance ASUS Zen AiO Pro

Asus packed the Zen AiO Pro with Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M graphics, giving the system some reasonable muscle when it comes to games. No AIO is going to be a graphics powerhouse, but it ought to be able to handle some light-duty gaming. To that end, we fired up three popular game titles.

Aliens vs. Predator
DX11 Testing


At its native resolution (Ultra HD 3840X2160), the Asus Zen AiO Pro struggled with AvP. That changed when we backed the resolution down to 1920x1080, at which point the system started producing playable and even decent frame rates.

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor
DX11 Testing


Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor is a newer and more taxing game than AvP, so we weren't surprised to see the system have a harder time with this test. You'll have to lower the settings to enjoy a game of this caliber on the all-in-one but 1080p gaming is still a possibility.

DX11 Testing


Thief proved quite playable at 1920x1080 on the Zen AiO Pro. The system is clearly capable of playing today's games, although you may need to reduce image quality settings or resolution to enjoy smooth frame rate with the more taxing titles.

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