Everybody knows that SSD is much fast than HDD, price also much higher. But right now SSD cannot replace HDD totally, not only because of the cost, but also because of some performance.
After the fourth-generation Intel Core processors (codenamed Haswell) come to market, third generation Intel Core CPUs (codenamed Ivy Bridge) is not going away. Instead, Ivy Bridge becomes the processor for the cost-conscious customers. But is Haswell really that much of an improvement over Ivy Bridge?
As a end user, I never have so many methods to test the computer, my only testing way is install hardware testing software, and run the program I want and see how is the performance. These days we collected many feedback from customer, when getting them at hand, I can only say, I’m really too much out now. Just showed the one testing tempreture, and now there is another testing power consumption.
The Intel Core i3-3217U is an ULV-processor for laptops based on the Ivy Bridge architecture released in Q2 2012. Due to Hyperthreading, the two cores can handle up to four threads in parallel leading to better utilization of the CPU. Each core offers a base speed of 1.8 GHz, Turbo Boost is not supported. As its Sandy-Bridge-based predecessors, it offers a 3 MB L3-Cache.
Some HYSTOU mini pc has SIM slot, support 3G/4G wifi, but many users don’t know how to use it, here our person make some test and show demo.
Part one: testing environment
Hardware under testing: P05B-i7-5550U Mini PC, HUAWEI ME909s-821 TD-LTE 4G wireless module, 4G SIM card