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Lenovo Yoga 900S

Performance Testing

Our review unit features the following specifications:
• Intel Core m7 Processor
• Intel HD graphics
• 256 GB PCIe SSD
For the performance testing, we will be running a few benchmark applications to give you an in-depth analysis of the 900S performance capabilities. During this testing, we will focus our benchmarks on real world scenarios in which a person might be found using the 900S.

The first test we are running is PCMark 8 and in this test we run the specific tests that focus on Home, Work and Creative benchmarks. The tests are all run using the conventional setting within PCMark 8, as always higher numbers are always better with work scoring 2441, Home 2010 and Creative at 1868!

Next, we decided to utilize the Geekbench 4 cross-platform processor benchmarking application; this system features a scoring system that separates single and multi-core. This is done using algorithms that simulate new workloads and processes to emulate real world use.

Cinebench creates an environment where it tests and makes use of all of your system’s processing power in order to render a photorealistic 3D Scene. This uses various algorithms to stress all of the system cores and in this test the higher the score the better. With Cinebench in OpenGL testing is scored 23.31FPS and CPU at 141 CB, it is important to note that while this might seam low, when you factor in that this is a ultrabook, the scores were actually quiet respectable for on the go computing.

The final test we ran is the CrystalDiskMark to test the read/write speeds of the SSD hard drive that is in the 900S.

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