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SM-N910S running Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 546 42.89%
SM-N910C running Exynos 5433 727 57.11%
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Yesterday, 10:08 AM   |  #1671  
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Originally Posted by AndreiLux

Antutu scores are useless, they change with every new version of the app.

Now my 910C is suddenly getting 53K on 5.5.

Hey bro , is there new update or fix for touch lag .thx master
Yesterday, 10:37 AM   |  #1672  
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Hey bro , is there new update or fix for touch lag .thx master

Really.. seriously man. How many times do people have to be told... no wonder devs get the ****s, please just leave xda for all our sakes
Yesterday, 10:58 AM   |  #1673  
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Really.. seriously man. How many times do people have to be told... no wonder devs get the ****s, please just leave xda for all our sakes

Iam very sorry . Thx
Yesterday, 11:48 AM   |  #1674  
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Yesterday, 07:20 PM   |  #1675  
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The antutu benchmark scores are dependent on the CPU temperature .

This is due to thermal throttling ....which is the highest limiting factor now.... overlocking won't help much.

The best performance would be achieved with a cool cpu (i.e. low temp climate or under-volting)


It's important to post the cpu temp (or ambient/room temp) prior to running the tests for comparison purposes.

For example....

Exynos: N910h

1st run .......
Room temp: 30 C
CPU temp: 38 C

Antutu v5.5 score: 50,529 (stock)

2nd run........
Fridge (10 mins):
CPU temp: 19 C
Antutu v5.5 score: 53,124 (stock)
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Today, 12:49 AM   |  #1676  
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Yup the exynos does run hot but i think the sd runs hotter.. undervolting is our best friend
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If Antutu is so unreliable to use does geekbench 3.0 more stable in results?
I trying to water cool my device just to bench, liquid nitrogen will help
Mine on geekbench is
Single core 1275
Multi core 4182
Apparently geek bench is independant?
Running Exy
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Stock no root...

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If Antutu is so unreliable to use does geekbench 3.0 more stable in results?
I trying to water cool my device just to bench, liquid nitrogen will help
Mine on geekbench is
Single core 1275
Multi core 4182
Apparently geek bench is independant?
Running Exy

The issue is not with the benchmarking software...... it's more of how hot the CPU gets during benchmarking ( so as to require thermal throttling)

N910h, Exynos 5433
Temp: -: Room 30 C, CPU 37 C
Geekbench v3.3.1: singlecore 1276 , multicore 4236

N910h, Exynos 5433
Temp: Cooled
Geekbench v3.3.1: singlecore 1280, multicore 4362


older cpu's ....

N900, Exynos 5420(Note 3)
Temp: Room 30 C, CPU 40 C
Geekbench v3.3.1: singlecore 949, multicore 2869

P601, Exynos 5420(Note 10.1 2014)
Temp: Room 30 C, CPU 41 C
Geekbench v3.3.1: singlecore 954, multicore 2887
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What do those scores mean in real life? Most of use using phone for calls, internet browsing, casual gaming etc. Are there any real life differences between both processors? I only found one so far: gear vr doesnt work with exynos version so far.

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