AnandTech: ASRock Beebox-S 7200U Kaby Lake UCFF PC Review using BAPCo’s New SYSmark 2014 SE Benchmark

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Ganesh T S at AnandTech reviews the “ASRock Beebox-S 7200U Kaby Lake UCFF PC” using BAPCo’s NEW SYSmark 2014 SE. According to AnandTech, “The scores tend to align with the capabilities of the CPU in the systems. The Core i5-7200U in the Beebox-S slightly lags the Core i7-7500U in the Cubi 2 in terms of both cache size and clock frequency.”

In addition to publishing SYSmark 2014 SE results, AnandTech published the SYSmark 2014 SE Energy Consumption data as well. SYSmark 2014 SE allows vendors and decision makers to track the energy consumption during each workload. According to AnandTech’s SYSmark 2014 SE energy measurement, “The comparative energy consumption numbers for each scenario are as expected. The Beebox-S is slightly more energy-intensive (despite the use of a CPU with the same TDP as the Cubi 2) likely due to the more power-hungry NVMe SSD in the assembled configuration.”

Head on over to AnandTech for the full “ASRock Beebox-S 7200U Kaby Lake UCFF PC” Review here.

Grab a copy of BAPCo’s SYSmark 2014 SE benchmark that includes the NEW “Responsiveness” scenario and Energy Consumption feature up at the BAPCo Store here.

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