Cincoze GM-1000 - A Rugged, GPU-Focused, Fan-Less Industrial Computer
Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 3 November 2020. Page 4 of 4. 18 Comments

For those wanting to compare their own system against these industrial PCs with all 193 tests in full, simply install the Phoronix Test Suite and run phoronix-test-suite benchmark 2011011-FI-GM100056276. The performance of the GM-1000 relative to the other industrial PCs was inline with expectations when considering the CPU and GPU differences.

The GM-1000 performance as configured for this review offered similar performance to the Karbon 700.

As for the thermal performance, the Core i7 9700TE within the GM-1000 had an average temperature of 68 degrees through the entire span of benchmarking and a peak temperature recorded of 82 degrees. This is about eight degrees higher on average than the similarly performing Karbon 700 but with a lower peak temperature. The Karbon 700 also doesn't have any MXM GPU setup like the GM-1000. The CompuLab Airtop 3 that was delivering the best performance of the tested systems had an average core temperature of 70 degrees.

Due to temperature sensor differences there is just the data on the GM-1000. In that case the average system temperature for the GM-1000 during the nearly two hundred benchmarks was 71 degrees and a peak of 76.

Again all of the raw benchmark results in full can be found via this OpenBenchmarking.org result file. More details on the Cincoze GM-1000 model at Cincoze.com and US pricing details via OnLogic.

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