Cyberpower LAN Party EVO Commander System Review

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Cyberpower LAN Party EVO Commander Gaming System with Core i5 and GTX 560 Ti Review

GPU Computing – Video Conversion

As we noted earlier in the review the 560 Ti allows us, when used with the correct software, to take advantage of GPU acceleration in tasks which are normally performed on CPU only. One such piece of software is Cyberlink Media Expresso.



Benchmark Results


As shown above, given the right software we can enhance the performance of our system further by combining our GPU with the overclocked CPU. The result is a reduction in CPU use, leaving more free for other tasks, and a reduced encoding time.

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