We ran the PCMark 8 Home benchmark, which includes workloads that reflect common tasks for a typical home user. These workloads have low computational requirements making PCMark 8 Home suitable for testing the performance of low-cost tablets, notebooks and desktops. Home includes workloads for web browsing, writing, gaming, photo editing, and video chat. The results are combined to give a PCMark 8 Home score for your system.
PCMark 8 Home Accelerated Test Results:
|Web Browsing – JunglePin||0.315s||0.353s||0.351s||0.310s||0.310s||0.305s|
|Web Browsing – Amazonia||0.134s||0.139s||0.139s||0.134s||0.134s||0.133s|
|Photo Editing V2||0.704s||0.331s||0.304s||0.350s||.321s||0.128s|
|Video Chat Playback||30 fps||30 fps||30 fps||30 fps||30 fps||30 fps|
|Video Chat Encoding||133.3ms||49.7ms||37.7ms||48.0ms||43.0ms||37.0ms|
|Casual Gaming||23.0 fps||34.8 fps||35.1 fps||35.9 fps||36.4 fps||67.1 fps|
Benchmark Results: The Intel Core i7-5775C dominated the PCMark 8 Home Accelerated benchmark test with an overall score of 4,462. If you look closely at the seven work traces used in that are tested you’ll see that the main performance boost came from the casual gaming benchmark where it nearly double the results of the other processors.