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Mini HTPC Computers: Comparative Performance Charts

As you will see, the Shuttle XPC's AIT Radeon X1400 graphics processor is the main reason for that computer's score on PCMark05's System Benchmark.

As you will see, the Shuttle XPC’s AIT Radeon X1400 graphics processor is the main reason for that computer’s score on PCMark05’s System Benchmark.

The PCMark05 CPU scores for the four mini HTPC computers track very closely with the speed of each unit's CPU.

The PCMark05 CPU scores for the four mini HTPC computers track very closely with the speed of each unit’s CPU.

Memory benchmark scores run close to the speed of the memory in each of the mini HTPC computers.

Memory benchmark scores run close to the speed of the memory in each of the mini HTPC computers.

Here's part of the secret to the Shuttle XPC X100's higher PCMark05 System benchmark score. It's ATI Radeon X1400 graphics processor. Both the Winbook Jiv and the PC ALchemy M1B had 1 GB of memory in a single 1 GB module. The PC Alchemy M2B had 1 GB in tw

Here’s part of the secret to the Shuttle XPC X100’s higher PCMark05 System benchmark score. It’s ATI Radeon X1400 graphics processor. Both the Winbook Jiv and the PC ALchemy M1B had 1 GB of memory in a single 1 GB module. The PC Alchemy M2B had 1 GB in tw

The top three mini HTPCs have 7200 RPM SATA I hard disk drives. The Winbook has a 5400 RPM SATA I drive. The Shuttle's is 3.5". The other three drives are 2.5". Note that the Shuttle's higher hard disk drive score also contributed to its higher cumulative

The top three mini HTPCs have 7200 RPM SATA I hard disk drives. The Winbook has a 5400 RPM SATA I drive. The Shuttle’s is 3.5". The other three drives are 2.5". Note that the Shuttle’s higher hard disk drive score also contributed to its higher cumulative