Summary: Today for review I’ve got a product that I found rather interesting, it’s an ultraslim computer that has holes in it to match those on your monitor, yes the computer can actually be mounted to the back of your monitor turning in into an all-in-one basically. You don’t have to mount it that way, it can sit horizontally or vertically in the included stand.
Pros: Runs quiet even under load, Built in speaker, Built in wireless, Can be attached to monitor, Small and portable, Runs cool
Cons: Not exactly the greatest performance when it comes to gaming, Only displayport and VGA connections
Conclusion: The quad-core CPU helped the 6005 Pro power through other benchmarks, rendering Cinebench R10 's sample scene in 90 seconds and posting a score of 8,680 in PCMark Vantage . The AMD 785G chipset's ATI Radeon HD 4200 integrated graphics are less impressive, scoring 1,771 in 3DMark06 and crawling at 3.3 fps (score 83 at 1,280 by 1,024) in the formidable Unigine Heaven 2.0 benchmark.
Excerpt: Featuring a microATX motherboard the HP Compaq 6005 Small Form Factor PC is relatively svelte, measuring 13.3 inches by 14.90 inches square and less than four inches tall. (Note: HP also sells the model 6005 in a micro-tower configuration). Built around a motherboard with an AMD 785G chipset, the system sports a 3GHz AMD B95 CPU. The “95” in B95 denotes a thermal design power (TDP) of 95W, while the “B” means “business.