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[Q] AT&T Note 3 Iffy Framerates/Benchmarks?

16th January 2014, 06:59 AM |#11  
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yeh auto save was enabled on mine.cool I took it off.Didn't even know that menu existed.lol
 
 
16th January 2014, 01:33 PM |#12  
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Ok so this was after turning every option I could think of. My question still remains that I don't understand why others are still getting higher results. Also these numbers have had no effect on gaming it still hiccups in most hardware intensive applications just slightly more than an iPhone 5c I just don't get it.
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17th January 2014, 01:15 PM |#13  
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17th January 2014, 03:29 PM |#14  
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have you ran the test after a reboot. i noticed on mine it was about 33500 but then when i redid the test after a reboot it did 36000
17th January 2014, 10:12 PM |#15  
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have you ran the test after a reboot. i noticed on mine it was about 33500 but then when i redid the test after a reboot it did 36000

Well I've been keeping it eye on it more and i've gotten as high as 33,000 or whatever it was in that screenie but it's not consistent it'll drop back down in the 27'000 area. Plus like I said my main concern is I can't get this phone to play games as well as my wife's iPhone does. I mean this is a quad core right. Last I checked no iPhone should beat this on pen and paper right? And it's not unplayable and most wouldn't care but I just wanted to know if this hiccup here and there is acceptable as normal?
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18th January 2014, 01:48 AM |#17  
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I'm getting around 34k too on benchmark,but I'm playing some games and it runs nice hmm
18th January 2014, 07:10 PM |#18  
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I'm getting around 34k too on benchmark,but I'm playing some games and it runs nice hmm

I contacted AT&T and they're sending me a replacement. Well see what happens then. But you guys never see a hiccup in your gaming. Never the slightest framerate dip? And i should clarify that when im comparing it to the iPhone the framerates there stay consistent. My device plays great but here and there it hiccups. That's actually what I'm really referring to. And if so how is that possible comparing it to s device of lesser power? I mean I don't make this stuff up I keep noticing that almost every game I play runs just that much better on my wife's iPhone 5c than a Note 3...
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