Legit Processor Reviews
CyberPower Gamer Ultra 2098 Budget Gaming PC Review
|Product:||Gamer Ultra 2098|
|Date:||Tue, Nov 01, 2011 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Nathan Kirsch -|
PCMark 7 & 3DMark 11
This is our first use of Futuremark PCMark 7 for a processor review. PCMark 7 is specifically designed for Windows 7. It measures the performance of the latest PC hardware across a variety of common scenarios.
PCMark Vantage 7 supports both system level and component level benchmarking and comprises several different test suites, but for the purposes of this review we employed the standard test suite. The nice thing about it is that you can submit your scores online and compare against others.
CyberPower Ultra Gamer 2098 Detailed Benchmark Results:
Benchmark Results: PCMark 7 showed that the overall score of the system was 2358 points. We also ran the lightweight benchmark and found a score of 1895. Not bad performance, but the system storage tests were being hampered by the 7200 RPM hard drive.
3DMark 11 is the latest version of the world’s most popular benchmark for measuring the 3D graphics performance of gaming PCs. 3DMark 11 uses a native DirectX 11 engine designed to make extensive use of all the new features in DirectX 11, including tessellation, compute shaders and multi-threading.
We ran the benchmark at the performance presets to see how the CyberPower Gamer Ultra 2098 will run.
3DMark 11 Performance Benchmark Results:
The CyberPower Gamer Ultra 2098 had a 3DMark 11 performance benchmark score of 1451. You can see the detailed results in the screen capture above.
Next Page - x264 HD Encoding & WPrime
Page 1 - The CyberPower Gamer Ultra 2098
Page 2 - The Shipping Box and Packaging
Page 3 - External Impressions
Page 4 - Internal Impressions
Page 5 - First Boot & Windows Experience Index
Page 6 - CPU-Z and GPU-Z Screenshots
Page 7 - Sandra 2011 SP5 & CrystalDiskMark 3.0.1b
Page 8 - PCMark 7 & 3DMark 11
Page 9 - x264 HD Encoding & WPrime
Page 10 - Game Benchmarking
Page 11 - Temperature & Sound Testing
Page 12 - Power Consumption
Page 13 - Final Thoughts and Conclusions