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Antutu strange benchmark

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25th January 2014, 01:43 PM   |  #1  
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Hi, when i run Antutu benchmark Test in my device i get very very different result, my nexus goes from 18000 to 29000, can someone tell me why this happens? in details i can see that all statistic of my device are nerfed when i make low score, and overpowered when i make good score.
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Hi, when i run Antutu benchmark Test in my device i get very very different result, my nexus goes from 18000 to 29000, can someone tell me why this happens? in details i can see that all statistic of my device are nerfed when i make low score, and overpowered when i make good score.

Thermal throttling.

It downclocks your cpu to a lower speed, so it will not melt like ice cream. All phones have this. The only that differs is the thermalthrottle speed. The Xperia Z1 for example stays a bit more on higher speeds. I hope that they can boost ours higher too. I never had higher than 23000 on antutu. But those are just numbers, who cares
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Thermal throttling.

It downclocks your cpu to a lower speed, so it will not melt like ice cream. All phones have this. The only that differs is the thermalthrottle speed. The Xperia Z1 for example stays a bit more on higher speeds. I hope that they can boost ours higher too. I never had higher than 23000 on antutu. But those are just numbers, who cares

i'm now trying with a ice bag under it
And yes i score 29800 lol , that's crazy, is there anyway to remove this limit at cpu?
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i'm now trying with a ice bag under it
And yes i score 29800 lol , that's crazy, is there anyway to remove this limit at cpu?

Yes, A new kernel would help. But really, the only that will boost are some numbers on benchmarks. Lemme spoil you one, antunu will score 32000-36000. And a icebag doesn't help, Disposing your phone in the fridge would.
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What are you benchmarking for?

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Bragging purposes I assume. I kid.
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To Compare Max performance with other devices Top Gamma, like my girlfriend's note 3 and my brother's Z1
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To Compare Max performance with other devices Top Gamma, like my girlfriend's note 3 and my brother's Z1

I suggest downloading chaos kernel then and tweaking the thermal throttling as other settings. Comes with NXT tweaks very nice app to adjust everything. Good Luck.

Remember to take benchmark scores with a grain of salt. Look at our benchmark thread here.... http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2506965

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