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Nexus One Benchmark results...

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24th April 2010, 08:49 AM   |  #1  
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Sorry if there's a thread for it, but I haven't seen it. Let's see some benchmark's!

Nexus One:CM5.0.6, Pershoot 042310 OC/UV 1113.6 Kernel

BenchmarkPI - Best of 5
2519

Neocore - Best of 5
27.2

Benchmark - Average of three runs
Graphics:31.89
CPU: 781.35
Memory: 354.58
File System:84.1

Linpak : Search for "lostlocalhost.com" on this page for any of my runs
7.778
I had JIT running long enough and got an 18.992 (was #233 for all devices). Looking forward to when a stable JIT comes out.
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25th April 2010, 12:56 AM   |  #2  
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Neocore - 1 Run
25.9

Benchmark - 1 Run
Graphics:28.53
CPU: 685
Memory: 341.24
File System:111.47

N1 w/ CyanMod 5.0.5.3.
8th June 2010, 07:13 AM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by GNja

Sorry if there's a thread for it, but I haven't seen it. Let's see some benchmark's!

Nexus One:CM5.0.6, Pershoot 042310 OC/UV 1113.6 Kernel

BenchmarkPI - Best of 5
2519

Neocore - Best of 5
27.2

Benchmark - Average of three runs
Graphics:31.89
CPU: 781.35
Memory: 354.58
File System:84.1

Linpak : Search for "lostlocalhost.com" on this page for any of my runs
7.778
I had JIT running long enough and got an 18.992 (was #233 for all devices). Looking forward to when a stable JIT comes out.

Damn 2.2 is a hell of an improvement...

Tweaked a bunch of stuff and redid my benchmarks... I could probably squeeze a few more points out of these, but they;re still pretty damn high.

Quadrant:1636


BenchmarkPI:818


Linpack:42.963


NeoCore:29.3

Benchmark:
Graphics - 32.233852
CPU - 2743.6726
Memory - 336.75415
File Sys - 117.124115
8th June 2010, 10:43 AM   |  #4  
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Re: Nexus One Benchmark results...
Curious, when I run that quadrant benchmark test, on the video tests it shows my frames per second as so low, like 12 fps for a lot of the tests except for the last one with the rotating planet? Is the nexus that poor with video graphics? I'm running froyo and the final results show very high, like 1300. But why such low frame per second?
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Originally Posted by RogerPodacter

Curious, when I run that quadrant benchmark test, on the video tests it shows my frames per second as so low, like 12 fps for a lot of the tests except for the last one with the rotating planet? Is the nexus that poor with video graphics? I'm running froyo and the final results show very high, like 1300. But why such low frame per second?

Nexus doesn't have the best graphic card, i think this will go to the droid.
8th June 2010, 01:21 PM   |  #6  
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Re: Nexus One Benchmark results...
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Curious, when I run that quadrant benchmark test, on the video tests it shows my frames per second as so low, like 12 fps for a lot of the tests except for the last one with the rotating planet? Is the nexus that poor with video graphics? I'm running froyo and the final results show very high, like 1300. But why such low frame per second?

It's a stress rendering test. On some pc benchmark tests even the best pc.s produce 1-10 FPS
8th June 2010, 05:23 PM   |  #7  
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Linpack: 40.398 (0.13 seconds)
Benchmark Pi : 954 milliseconds
Neocore : 29.0
Quadrant : 1630


Build: FRF50 stock
Kernel : Linux msm 2.6.32.2 android.git source; UV, +21MB RAM
Speed : Stock, 998.4 MHz

Hint: To get better result.
Using SetCPU, set min cpu speed to maximum, and set cpufreq governor to performance.

NOTE: No process or task being killed or harmed during the benchmarking

TQ
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my neocore benchmark was 29.3 and the second test was 29.1

my buddies mt Slide had 29.7 and 29.3..yikes lol.

I have herd that the Slide had the best GPU of any android phone in the US as of now. Its so weird.

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