As you look at the results for the Zotac GeForce 8200-ITX WiFi, we need to remember the market for the board. This board is purely built for those in need to a micro board. That would typically be HTPC users. These boards are not meant to be the top dawgs when it comes to performance. With that in mind, the results were actually pretty good. take a look:
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In our Sandra testing, the Zotac board stayed very close to the performance of the other boards represented, even surpassing the performance of some of them in a couple of the tests. Everest showed very weak Read scoring, but the Write scores were consistent with the other boards.
POV testing showed similar results as the Zotac GeForce 8200-ITX WiFi board scored right with the other boards in the Beta test. RealTime testing showed the board to be slightly slower in performance to the other boards. It scored right in the middle of the pack in the Cinebench testing.
HDTach scored the board as average in the Burst test, but it cam in dead last in the Average score.
As we moved to the gaming and video testing, we have to remember that this board was not able to run our video card. There is NO PCIE x16 slot, so all you have is the onboard video, which is hardly capable of playing today’s modern games. It scored horrible, but that was to be expected. you can look at those scores for yourself.