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tornadog 03-31-11 04:05 PM

Whats your quadrant/linpack scores?
 
Just loaded a 1.6Ghz kernel on my thunderbolt

Quadrant: 2150
Linpack: 54.96

The phone is screaming now...lol

|MaguS| 03-31-11 07:43 PM

Re: Whats your quadrant/linpack scores?
 
Captivate underclocked:
Quadrant: 1406
Linpack: 16.933

Atrix 4G stock:
Quadrant: 2699
Linpack: 36.85

snowmanwithahat 04-04-11 01:04 AM

Re: Whats your quadrant/linpack scores?
 
I'm not trying to intentionally rain on anyone's parade but those benchmarks are very skewed.

Quadrant is heavily affected by I/O access and phones (like mine) with data-unfriendly mods like no journaling score abnormally high.

Linpack uses an instruction that is specifically implemented in the qualcomm snapdragon chip. Hence the reason why any HTC phone beats any moto or Samsung phone, yet the Droid X and newer along with the whole SGS lineup perform better in general than.

Gaming benchmarks are kind of stupid too because at this point all the HTC devices are so slow that it isn't even close to a good judge of the phones performance. They feel better in Android than they do in 3d games and seeing Nenamark scores definitely make them seem worse than they really are.

I really think so far Smartbench 2010/2011 has been about the best one I could find for being a real representation of a phone's power vs other phones.

-=DVS=- 04-04-11 11:00 PM

Re: Whats your quadrant/linpack scores?
 
I/O is not the only thing that bloats up the score ,after JIT got introduced Snapdragon cpu gets high scores but doesn't translate to real world experience except JIT related benefits, gotta use advanced version of this benchmark to see whats up.

My Captivate (Samsung Galaxy S) with EXT4 filesystem, that is green I/O zone.

http://img543.imageshack.us/img543/8...0306120152.png

zoomy942 04-04-11 11:52 PM

I have an overclocked Eris and an overclocked Droid 1. I'll get numbers up tomorrow.

snowmanwithahat 04-06-11 02:14 AM

Re: Whats your quadrant/linpack scores?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by -=DVS=- (Post 2414647)
I/O is not the only thing that bloats up the score ,after JIT got introduced Snapdragon cpu gets high scores but doesn't translate to real world experience except JIT related benefits, gotta use advanced version of this benchmark to see whats up.

My Captivate (Samsung Galaxy S) with EXT4 filesystem, that is green I/O zone.

http://img543.imageshack.us/img543/8...0306120152.png

I/O is what bloats Quadrant. That's why yours is so much higher running a modified file-system. Stick it back to RFS (Samsung's stock filesystem) and you'll see way worse results.

That's the same reason I can top 2400 quadrant with my Samsung Epic on EXT4 with absolutely no journaling (i.e. - I drop it, battery pops out, my filesystem has a good chance of being toast) .... It's flawed and not accurate.

Moving on to Linpack, like I said, gets extremely bloated from JIT and specific architectures. Without a doubt Snapdragon processors always beat other processors, that's because it's well optimized. Owning a captivate I'm sure you'd agree that our low Linpack scores (9-14 MFLOPS) is not representative of real world performance... Taken from the ROM thread on XDA for the one I'm using.... I'm too lazy to upload my own. I know you can't read it but that's a 2400 Quadrant score, notice all the green?

http://img838.imageshack.us/img838/7...teromfrost.jpg

-=DVS=- 04-06-11 01:14 PM

Re: Whats your quadrant/linpack scores?
 
I agree to disagree , yes there are many bad filesystem replacement alternatives , some of witch only bloat scores but don't translate to actual smoother operation of the phone.

However a proper one , from voodoo for our GalaxyS phones is flawless personally have Cognition 4.1.1 ROM , same battery life as stock rom but all the lag that comes from RFS is gone thanks to proper EXT4 implementation. Used several of them and there were problems with filesystem corruption but all that is gone in final EXT4 voodoo release.

As for quandrant its ok tool but you need advanced version to look at individual scores to judge the phone not combined total scores ,and as you said I/O can be cheated and misrepresent actual phone. Memory ,2D and 3D scores are good , you can see PowerVR SGX540 much faster compared to Adreno 200 in Nexus one and PowerVR SGX530 in Droid X.

And i agree with you on Linpack .

Dr.Nick 04-07-11 04:42 PM

Re: Whats your quadrant/linpack scores?
 
Hitting over 1,950 on moto DX with gingerbread leak at stock clocks. Over 2,300 at 1.25ghz but I never keep it oc'd as I like maximum battery life! With stock Froyo/clocks it sits in the 1500's.

shabby 04-07-11 05:47 PM

Re: Whats your quadrant/linpack scores?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by snowmanwithahat (Post 2415108)
Taken from the ROM thread on XDA for the one I'm using.... I'm too lazy to upload my own. I know you can't read it but that's a 2400 Quadrant score, notice all the green?

Here's mine from a few months ago, funny that the phone wasn't any faster with all of the i/o hacks. Im running cm7 now and the phone just flies.

http://img826.imageshack.us/img826/5...1104194004.png

zoomy942 04-07-11 05:50 PM

Re: Whats your quadrant/linpack scores?
 
I have a low voltage 600 kernel on my modded GB install on my droid. I'm all about battery life.


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