Dell Inspiron 27 7000 All-In-One Review: Rocking AMD Ryzen And Radeon

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Dell Inspiron 27 (7775) AIO - Cinbench Processor And GPU Testing, SiSoft Sandra

Based on Maxon Cinema 4D software, Cinebench uses a 3D scene with polygon and texture manipulation to assess GPU and CPU performance. We usually opt for the Main Processor Performance (CPU) test, which builds a still scene containing about 2,000 objects, for total polygon count above 300,000. We run the test twice: once with only one processor core enabled, the next time with all CPU cores blazing. We then run the OpenGL test, that stresses the graphics processing performance of machines with a pro 3D rendering workload. Cinebench displays its results of the test in a points ranking system.

Cinebench R11.5 64bit
Content Creation Performance

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The performance results of the new Dell Inspiron 27 7775 are easy to summarize here. Quite simply, in this test, Dell's new consumer all-in-one PC is on par with the XPS system we tested earlier this year and finishes near the top of the charts. The AMD Ryzen 7 1700 and Radeon RX M580 graphics engine delivers strong result, especially in the CPU test where Ryzen's additional cores come into play.


SiSoft SANDRA Platinum
Synthetic Benchmarks

Next up we have SiSoftware's SANDRA, the System ANalyzer, Diagnostic and Reporting Assistant. We ran a handful of the built-in sub-system tests and all of the scores reported below were taken with the CPU running at its default settings.

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The Dell Inspiron 7775 AIO was the fastest in the test group by a significant margin in the memory bandwidth benchmark, nearly hitting 30GB/s.  The mechanical hard drive, however, drags down the storage score. In the CPU Arithmetic benchmark, Ryzen once again takes the top spot, though it trails the Intel Core i7-based machines in the Multi-Media test.

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