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

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Dell Inspiron 27 (7775) AIO - PCMark And 3DMark Tests

Futuremark is one of the better-known names in the industry when it comes to testing PCs. PCMark 8 will run a system through a series of typical home and office tasks, including media playback, video processing, and some light gaming. The benchmark also tests the system's storage devices.

Futuremark PCMark 8
Simulated Application Performance

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The Inspiron 27 7775 did well in the work test and took top honors, however, it lagged behind the other systems slightly in the storage test and landed between the others in the home test.  Regardless, Dell's new AIO still offers strong performance, especially considering this system is $1,000 less than the leader.

Futuremark 3DMark
Simulated Gaming Benchmark

While the Dell XPS 27 we tested previously didn't rival the big, powerful gaming desktops, it did very well comparatively.  So, we ran the new Inspiron 27 through Futuremark's Fire Strike benchmark, to see how it compared as well...

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The Inspiron 27 7775 blew the proverbial doors off its competition.  It burned though this benchmark with the help of its 8-core AMD Ryzen 7 1700 and Radeon RX 580 combination.  Small form factor or not, the system delivers here.

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