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Lenovo C325 All-in-One PC Review

Setup & Testing Procedures
To get the system all ready to go all you need to do is plug in your keyboard and mouse and connect the power.  Finally hit the power button the front of the display and you are good to go.  The system boots up pretty quick and you are brought into Windows.  One thing I really liked about this system was that there was no bloatware really.  You have a few Lenovo apps, which we will get into in a little bit and McAfee Antivirus preinstalled.

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Once I had the system up and running the first thing that I did was download CPU-Z to see what was running under the hood.

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For comparison we will be comparing the Lenovo C325 to the Zotac ZBOX Nano, Zotac ZBOX HD-AD02, and the Sapphire Edge HD2, which all are Mini PC’s.  We will be running the C325 through a battery of different benchmarks and tests.  I have organized them into different categories.

General System Testing
Windows Experience Index
Windows Media Center
HD Movie Playback

Intensive Testing
PCMark 7 (download)
PC Mark Vantage (download)
Geekbench (download)
AIDA 64 (download)
– Cache & Memory Benchmark
SiSoftware Sandra (download)
– Processor Arithmetic
– Processor Multimedia
– Sandra Physical Disks

Video Testing
3DMark Vantage (download)
Counter-Strike: Source

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