Test System & Benchmarks
|Chipset||AMD M1 Chipset|
|Cooler Type||Fan (Single Slot)|
|CPU Socket||N/A (Integrated CPU)|
|Dimensions||7.40in x 7.40in x 1.73in – 188mm x 188mm x 44mm|
|Memory Size||2GB Installed (Up to 8GB)|
|Memory Slots||2x 204-pin SO-DIMM (1 Slot Available)|
|Memory Type||DDR3 1066 SO-DIMM|
|Onboard Audio||Onboard analog stereo high-definition audio/7.1-Channel LPCM digital audio (HDMI)/Optical Digital S/PDIF audio|
|Onboard LAN||10/100/1000Mbps, Wifi 802.11n/g/b (300Mbps)|
|Onboard Video||AMD Radeon™ HD 6310|
|Package Contents||1 x ZOTAC ZBOX AD02-PLUS|
|1 x VESA mount|
|1 x DVI- to-VGA adapter|
|1 x AC adapter|
|1 x Power cord|
|1 x Warranty Card|
|1 x User manual|
|1 x Driver CD|
|SATA||1 SATA (6.0 Gbps), 1 eSATA|
|USB||2 x USB 3.0 (back panel) 4 x USB 2.0 (2 on back panel, 1 on front panel, 1 on top panel)|
|Video Ports||HDMI, DVI, VGA (via DVI-to-VGA adapter)|
|OS||Windows 7 SP1|
|Drivers||AMD Catalyst 11.8 all-in-one|
Physical disk performance was as expected, with a boost over file systems performance that reflects the overhead that NTFS puts on disk transactions.
Again, bringing the GPU into the mix improves cryptographic throughput by quite a bit.
Cache and memory throughput came out about as expected, with an overall throughput of 8.64GB/sec.
Video memory bandwidth was about what you’d expect from an integrated GPU.
Video rendering came in at ~5.58MPix/sec, which is about average for an integrated GPU with less than 512MB of memory available to it.