5. GPU tests
The Shuttle DH310S uses the Intel UHD Graphics 610 GPU so do not expect any extreme performance here. GPU-Z provides the details:
The Intel HD Graphics 610 supports up to 1.7GB of Dynamic, shared memory, that of course this means that it reserves some of your system's installed memory. It supports 4K UHD "premium" (DRM encoded) streaming services, it packs a media engine with full hardware acceleration of 8 and 10-bit HEVC and VP9 decode and supports HDCP 2.2. We used the latest Intel UHD graphics drivers for Windows 10 x64:
The performance of the GPU was unveiled by the PassMark 8 benchmark. You really shouldn't expect any serious performance from an integrated graphics solution. The returned 2D score was very high - even higher than an AMD Radeon RX580. However, the GPU's 3D score was low and slightly higher than what you would get from an Nvidia GT540M.
The FutureMark 3D benchmarks, returned the results you see below:
|3D Mark 05|
|3D Mark 06|
|3D Mark Vantage (Performance)|
|3D Mark 11|
|3D Mark Time Spy|
While benchmarks have their own meaning, we also tried to play several DX9 games, such as the PUBG Lite Edition. We got at very low presets around 19~36FPS depending the scene. Probably playing some older games at 720p will get you some t higher FPS.