Dell XPS 27 (7760) All-In-One Desktop Review: 4K Touch And Wired For Sound

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Dell XPS 27 7760 PCMark And 3DMark Tests

Futuremark PCMark 7 And PCMark 8
Simulated Application Performance
When it comes to testing PCs, Futuremark is one of the better-known names in the industry. We kicked off our general compute testing with PCMark 7, which runs systems 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. 
XPS 27 PCMark7 Benchmark

                                 XPS 27 PCMark8 Benchmark

In the mixed usage scenario of PCMark, the XPS 27 7760 puts up strong numbers yet again. We don't have much in the way of reference data for all-in-ones with PCMark 8, so we pulled the one set of numbers we had on hand for the ASUS Zen AiO machine. Regardless, whether the old or new version of this test, Dell's new AIO takes top honors. 

Futuremark 3DMark
Simulated Gaming Benchmark
The Dell XPS 27 isn't going to rival big, powerful gaming desktops, but if it ends up in the living room or den, it will probably be used for occasional gaming. With that in mind, we ran Futuremark's Fire Strike benchmark, which emphasizes graphics horsepower in its assessment.

XPS 27 3DM Fire Strike

Here again we didn't have other all-in-one reference systems to test, so we're comparing the XPS 27 to a few small form factor systems, some with similar platforms. Here XPS 27 can't quite catch it's sibling, the Alienware Alpha R2 gaming small form factor PC, but it holds its own and delivers respectable scores regardless. 

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