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Default Slower then expected Linpack?

Just got mine and ran Linpack and my phone is only hitting around high 18 max. I thought these things were pumping out over 30 easy?

Edit: Task kill, battery pull and a couple of minutes quiet time and consistent 32 to 33!

Also 57.4 Neocore, 1592 Quadrant and charges significantly faster then the Vibrant.
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I'm running constant at 32?

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Must be your G2 only... I'm constantly gettin' 33-35 in Linpack

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Yeah I get above 30 consistently.

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I just ran it about 15-20x

Most of them were over 29.5, one returned a 26.something, and I had one that only gave a 22 (the phone popped up a notification as soon as that one finished).
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Used Big Killer to kill all of my memory resident apps...
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Ok a fresh battery pull nets me consistent 26 - 27. Lets see what happens when I kill processes.

How is heat for you guys?

PS - build quality is excellent. I have an iPhone 4 and a Samsung Vibrant and the G2's screen has nothing to envy. I actually prefer it to the Vibrant for color and pixel density and it is reaaaallly close to the iPhone aside from resolution which in practice is really not a ton different.
 
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For everyone running in the 30s are you using task killers or just bone stock?
 
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Killing processes and all I am tapped out at 28 now. Most the time 26.

Edit - Weird now I am getting 32 to 33 all of a sudden 10x in a row. That's strange. Oh well I guess it doesn't really matter it is running well soooo...

BUT it does seem like it runs warm compared to the Vibrant.

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