The System Management scenario models the creation of data backup sets and the compression, and decompression of various file types. Updates to installed software are also performed.
SYSmark 2012 measures system performance by measuring the response time of tasks on a PC using real applications and simulated user input. In the SYSmark 2012 scoring methodology, task response times are used to generate a performance rating that reflects the user experience. The faster a PC responds to the application workloads in SYSmark 2012, the higher its SYSmark 2012 performance ratings will be.
Install and then upgrade an application using a complete application installer and patch installers. Perform a (simulated) full system backup using encryption, then after making changes to the initial backup dataset, perform two encrypted incremental backups. Restore both backups. Create an encrypted archive of various sensitive files for transfer across unsecured communications, and another unencrypted archive of various files. Decompress the initial backup and two incremental backups. Decompress the encrypted and unencrypted archive files.
|Page 1 - Introduction||Page 9 - Synthetic - Memory & Cache Bandwidth/Latency|
|Page 2 - Specifications / Delivery||Page 10 - Synthetic - Cryptography & Arithmetic|
|Page 3 - Layout||Page 11 - Synthetic - Multi-Media & Mutli-Core Efficiency|
|Page 4 - Connectors and I/O||Page 12 - Real World - Office Productivity & Data Analysis|
|Page 5 - BIOS||Page 13 - Real World - System Management|
|Page 6 - Test setup & Overclocking Settings||Page 14 - Real World - Media Creation & 3D Modeling|
|Page 7 - Synthetic - WPrime1024 & UCBench 2011||Page 15 - Conclusion|
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