I was looking at Macworld's benchmarks for the new iMacs, comparing them to the 2012 Mac Mini. The Mini model they use for comparison is the 2.6 i7 with fusion drive. All of the results look normal and reasonable until you get to HandBrake encode. In that test the top of the line iMac took 49 seconds while the Mini took 103 seconds, more than twice as long! Does anyone have an explanation for this difference?