Zotac ZBOX Nano ID65 Plus Out NUCs Intel

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Performance: Gaming

For our next set of tests, we moved on to some in-game benchmarking with Left 4 Dead 2 and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars. When testing low-power platforms with L4D2 or ET:QW, we dialed the image quality settings down to medium quality settings and tested at various resolutions. Since these are more entry-level game tests running on relatively low-power platforms or platforms equipped with mobile parts, we left anti-aliasing turned off and image quality settings set from moderate to high levels where possible.

3D Gaming: ET: Quake Wars and Left 4 Dead 2
Testing Zacate's GPU

The Intel HD 4000 series graphics core wasn't really designed with gaming in mind, and it's being held back somewhat by the single-channel memory configuration in the ZBox Nano ID65, but it still managed to outpace the E-350 in the tests we ran.  The GeForce GT 425M used in the ASRock system, however, was the clear leader here.
 

Tags:  core i7, SFF, Zotac, Nano, HTPC, ZBox, id65

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