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ViewSonic VOT125 PC Mini and VX2739wm Monitor - Performance

We pair ViewSonic's new energy-efficient, Atom-powered VOT125 Mini PC with the "world's first" 27-inch, 1ms HD LCD monitor.

By: | SFF PCs in Computer Systems | Posted: Jul 19, 2010 6:38 am
TweakTown Rating: 79%Manufacturer: ViewSonic

Audio & Video Encoding Performance


Here's a CPU-Z screenshot showing some detailed specs of what's running under the VOT125's hood:




We'll be running the ViewSonic VOT125 through the standard net-top test regime here at TweakTown, which includes iTunes Encoding and Media Transcoding.


Please note that no 3DMark or game tests are included for our net-top reviews since they are not powerful enough to run the graphics-intensive tests. All systems are tested "as is", which means operating systems and drivers can and do vary and some come pre-installed with applications that may or may not affect performance.


Any anti-virus or security applications are disabled and uninstalled before any testing is started as they can affect test numbers.


For the iTunes encoding test we took the White Stripes - Under Great White Northern Lights album in MP3 format and encode it to AAC format using iTunes and time the results with a stopwatch.


All tests are performed with the system in High Performance mode with minimum CPU set to 100%.




The VOT125 took 197 seconds to complete this task, which is a bit slower than it takes on many of the laptops we've tested, but is far faster than the majority of netbooks and net-tops we've previously reviewed.


For the movie-encoding test, we took the Microsoft Magic of Flight VC-1 WMV (1080p HD) video with six-channel audio and transcode it to XviD (1080p HD) with LAME MP3 two-channel audio and an MP4 container using MediaCoder 32-bit edition.


All tests are performed with the system in High Performance mode with minimum CPU set to 100%.




The VOT125 took 716 seconds to complete this task and the same comparisons hold true with the iTunes encoding test.


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