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h1a8

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I'm helping to test different devices for chess speed. Here is where we post the results:
http://talkchess.com/forum/viewtopic.php?topic_view=threads&p=544262&t=43212

I need you guys help as we need info on the Tf701.

Please may you post the benchmark for this device here so that we can update the list.

Here's the directions :

1) Install Droidfish:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.petero.droidfish

2) Clear all apps in background (hold home and swipe them away) and then run droidfish.

3) Press the menu button, invoke "Settings", choose "Threads" and select "Automatic", and then press back button to get back to chess board.

4) There is button with label "M" below chess board. Press it and choose "Analysis Mode". Analysis will start. Keep it running for about 1 minute.

5) After 1 minute passed, read and record the "nps:" number at bottom of the screen. This is the measurement I'm interested in. This value is a number of positions searched per second (in thousands). The higher the better.

6) To force program to stop thinking, press "M" button again, choose "Two players" so that analysis will stop. Post the results here with rom information. Stock rom is preferable but other roms are welcomed.

Thank you!
 

spyroo

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More precise ,1003 nps after reboot, hope that help ...

Sent from my K00C using xda premium
 
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h1a8

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Just out of curiosity, what kind of numbers do other devices give for the nps value?

http://talkchess.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=43212&postdays=0&postorder=asc&topic_view=flat&start=300
Nps is the number of positions on the chess board searched in thousands. For example, 300 nps means 300,000 positions are searched per second.

The thread starts here
http://www.talkchess.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=43212&postdays=0&postorder=asc&topic_view=&start=0&sid=0335f0660442c3f15351c378311afe59
 
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AngryDinosaur

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1057k running at 1280x800p with stock asus 4.3 - 10.26.1.18
1067k
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964k

ups and down dont think it depends on FPS, more on the raw calculation power of CPU aka tegra 4
 
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