- 01-03-2011, 11:29 PM #2
There was kinda one started a while ago where I took a photo of mine at 2000 stock. My range is typically 1900s, with a high of 2039 (no photo for that one, and I don't do screenshots..yet).
My linpack has always averaged lower than avg it seems, just below 40 MFLOPS. High of 40.5xx MFLOPS.
Neocore usually gets me 56.7 FPS, high of 57.2 FPS.
Seems to be a pretty strong running phone for stock...except the linpacks I've seen on stock are usually around 41 -- hope my replacement is strong as well.
- 01-03-2011, 11:59 PM #3
- 01-04-2011, 12:26 AM #5
The next step is to get a photobucket account, the app, and upload them straight to photobucket. Then on the computer you can log in to photobucket and use the direct link to post the pics using the insert image button here on the forums.Kevin F.I.M.T.K. O'Quinn Esq.
- 01-04-2011, 12:36 AM #7
Gotcha. Thanks. Been using shutterfly for a while now (per wifes request). I'll be installing tonight!
Anything else you can recommend? I'm freshly rooted, rom'd, oc'd to 1700, running Iced Glacier (latest themed version), and have cleaned out all my bloatware and ad's.
FREE AT LAST, FREE AT LAST, THANK GOD ALMIGHTY I'M FREE AT LAST!!!
I think that's about it for now. If you have any questions NOT related to benchmarks feel free to search the forums or start a new thread.
I thought those instructions being here would be useful for those that don't know how to post screen shots.Kevin F.I.M.T.K. O'Quinn Esq.
- 01-04-2011, 12:47 AM #9
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- 01-13-2011, 11:45 PM #16
So do ANY of these scores mean ANYTHING at all? The more I read, the more it seems like benchmarks are only good for getting a baseline of your phone, and comparing your performance to your same model of phone...not any other phones.
For example...in the Nexus S hands on video review.... he runs Linpack at 2:45, gets 14 MFLOPS...and describes it as "really good"?.....? I know snapdragon has a faster floating point unit...but you'd think that would be pointed out somewhat rather than call 14 really good? I know normal quadrant scores also seem to be only in the 1600s as well for Nexus S, and I know that isn't relevant to the real world performance of the phone... so what is the point of benchmark scores then? If a phone scores low, people seem to explain that it doesn't translate to real world to make the phone seem more "capable"...if a phone scores high on the other hand, everyone seems impressed and says how great the score is...
I was just reading earlier on another android site that commented how they had never seen a neocore score as high as the Nexus S at 55.7....yet the MT4G has always scored better than that for me. Strange...though again I suppose, real world performance differs.
I just use them as a baseline to see how the phone will perform in comparison to other phones. So if you've used an EVO, and see the benchmarks for other phones that'll give you an idea of how the phone will feel.
And some people use them as bragging rights. I use them to bug someone (who will remain anonymous) because they can't get that high.
If you get quadrant advanced you can actually see how the subsystem's perform, but that apps not available in the market anymore.Kevin F.I.M.T.K. O'Quinn Esq.
- 01-18-2011, 01:18 PM #18
- 01-27-2011, 12:07 AM #20
You know I've never really done side-by-side tests with different launchers. Unless you have the RAM maxed out with open apps I would think that the launcher wouldn't make a difference, unless it happens to eat a lot of CPU cycles, and I've never looked to see if any of them do.Kevin F.I.M.T.K. O'Quinn Esq.
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