Lenovo B750 All-in-One 29-Inch Desktop Review

SiSoft SANDRA & Cinebench

We continued our testing with SiSoftware's SANDRA, the System ANalyzer, Diagnostic and Reporting Assistant. We ran four of the built-in subsystem tests (CPU Arithmetic, Multimedia, Memory Bandwidth, Physical Disks).

Preliminary Testing with SiSoft SANDRA
Synthetic Benchmarks

The B750 scored high in SiSoft SANDRA, though it didn't take the top spot. Why not? It's likely the older systems were using a previous version of SANDRA, which can throw off performance comparisons.

When switching our focus to the memory and disk subsystems, it's a virtual tie for the top spot. Lenovo isn't able to jump ahead of Dell's XPS 27, but the scores are very close enough to be considered negligible.

Cinebench R11.5 64bit
Content Creation Performance

Maxon's Cinebench R11.5 benchmark is based on Maxon's Cinema 4D software used for 3D content creation chores and tests both the CPU and GPU in separate benchmark runs. On the CPU side, Cinebench renders a photorealistic 3D scene by tapping into up to 64 processing threads (CPU) to process more than 300,000 total polygons, while the GPU benchmark measures graphics performance by manipulating nearly 1 million polygons and huge amounts of textures.

Cinebench is a burly benchmark that really allows us to see what a system is made of. In this case, the B750 propelled to the top of the list, besting every other AIO that we've tested up to this point.

The same is true on the OpenGL side of the equation. Lenovo's B750 has an advantage over all the other AIOs in that its NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760M is the fastest graphics card of the bunch.

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