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ViewSonic VOT132 NVIDIA Ion Nettop - Redefining Small Size and Power Usage - Benchmarks - Super PI

ViewSonic is next up with its nettop entry into the labs as we closely examine the VOT132. It's the smallest we have tested yet at just 24mm thick!

| SFF PCs in Computer Systems | Posted: Dec 23, 2009 5:48 am
TweakTown Rating: 83%      Manufacturer: ViewSonic

Super PI

 

Version and / or Patch Used: 1.5 Mod XS

 

Developer Homepage: http://pw1.netcom.com/~hjsmith/Pi/Super_Pi.html

 

Product Homepage: http://pw1.netcom.com/~hjsmith/Pi/Super_Pi.html

 

 

Developed by some folks from the University of Tokyo (yes, Japan), Super PI is a small utility that does just as the name implies. It figures PI to a set number of decimal places. Since PI is an infinite number to the right of the decimal point, the utility measures the time it takes to figure a set number of places. It runs the calculations a set number of times and gives a time for the completion of the task. This is a simple and effective way to measure the raw number crunching power of the processor being used to compile the results.

 

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Under SuperPI here we can see the same trend as we saw in the two previous benchmarks with the ViewSonic VOT132 at the back of the pack.

 

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