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Gigabyte S1082 Windows 8 Slate Review

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 Testing

To benchmark the Gigabyte S1082 Windows 8 Slate I used Gigabytes Windows 8 Build. I ran AIDA 64 extreme engineer cache and memory benchmark, crystal disk mark, HD Tune, and PC Mark Vantage.

 

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First up is the AIDA 64 test. You can see by the CPUID included with the software that the processor is a Sandy Bridge Celeron Dual Core. Based on that information I am not expecting the Gigabyte S1082 to break any speed records. The test falls right in line with similar Celeron configurations.

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Next up I tested the hard drive in the Gigabyte S1082. Again the results are not going to break any speed records and remember this is not an SSD in this device.

Gigabyte S1082 Windows 8 Slate

I threw Cinebench 11.5 at the S1082 to test CPU/GPU performance. With an 1100 MHz CPU and intel HD 2000 graphics I wasn’t expecting mind blowing performance, however compared to other Celeron systems I found on the internet the S1082 falls right in line.

Gigabyte S1082 Windows 8 Slate
Gigabyte S1082 Windows 8 Slate

Finally, I used PCMark Vantage to test the overall performance of the Gigabyte S1082 Windows 8 Slate. The slate only managed 2382 PC marks in the test. In the break down of the individual tests, you can see the TV & Video section doesn’t have a result. The test failed to run multiple times.

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Tom Brokaw

Tom is a network and computer hardware enthusiast. He has been reviewing hardware products around for various sites around the net since 1999. He has modded a few cases back in the day.

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