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Talking Post Your Quadrant Benchmark Scores!

Hey everyone. Please Benchmark using Quadrant and Post your Score along with a screen shot or picture of your score.

Also please state if you tested your phone under default stock conditions, or if you rooted and tweaked the heck out of it to get the high score you got.

You can download Quadrant. Go To Android Market and search Quadrant.

Here is my score. I have not rooted or tweaked my phones performance. Just Stock Factory Speed. Score 918




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Stock, with several apps installed. I get 880.
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Got a score of 878... Stock

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970 with nand fix
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What's the nand fix. I've read over at XDA that when you save your apps to the micro sd card the score jumps to the 1600s and above.
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What's the nand fix. I've read over at XDA that when you save your apps to the micro sd card the score jumps to the 1600s and above.
basically you copy the app data to the internal nand from the internal sd, not the apps themselves, just the data
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I get about 910 on my stock vibrant. in neocore I get 56 fps. If I apply the ext4 lag fix, I get about 1900 on quadrant. So from what Ive been reading, the galaxy s is fastest phone out by far, there's just a few bugs holding it back. Hopefully, with the 2.2 update samsung incorporates all the bug fixes and we'll be seeing scores over 2500
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I get about 910 on my stock vibrant. in neocore I get 56 fps. If I apply the ext4 lag fix, I get about 1900 on quadrant. So from what Ive been reading, the galaxy s is fastest phone out by far, there's just a few bugs holding it back. Hopefully, with the 2.2 update samsung incorporates all the bug fixes and we'll be seeing scores over 2500
wats the ext4 fix, thought u needed a new kernel for that one?
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I get 875 with a stock setup, but a fair number of apps running. After killing a bunch of them with Advanced Task Killer, I got 851.

Yeah, I'm confused, too. :-)
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I get 875 with a stock setup, but a fair number of apps running. After killing a bunch of them with Advanced Task Killer, I got 851.

Yeah, I'm confused, too. :-)

I don't think background aps make a difference. I have live wallpapers and tons of other aps running, and I run quadrant, and it doesn't make a difference in my scores. My score actually goes down if I run Advanced task killer.
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Ran it twice on stock rom, no tweaks, 1st 878, 2nd 859.
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I get about 910 on my stock vibrant. in neocore I get 56 fps. If I apply the ext4 lag fix, I get about 1900 on quadrant. So from what Ive been reading, the galaxy s is fastest phone out by far, there's just a few bugs holding it back. Hopefully, with the 2.2 update samsung incorporates all the bug fixes and we'll be seeing scores over 2500

I'm interested in how you did this also as I was under the impression it required a kernal change that isn't available for the US phones yet. Care to share?
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there are modded kernels floating around but not for general consumption yet... you'll probably start seeing them along with customs builds by weeks end...
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I don't think background aps make a difference. I have live wallpapers and tons of other aps running, and I run quadrant, and it doesn't make a difference in my scores. My score actually goes down if I run Advanced task killer.
I got 918 after stopping Slacker... and 878 with it running
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I get over 9000... (J/k. I dont even have the galaxy yet lol)

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basically you copy the app data to the internal nand from the internal sd, not the apps themselves, just the data
Is this possible to do on the Epic 4G?? It has 1GB of Rom...
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Nexus One running Enomther's 2.10.2, I get 1359.

I know, totally irrelevant to the thread.
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Did I win?!
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Did I win?!
nope lol 1524 on mine with JAC's new Kernel and an EXT4 partition

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nope lol 1524 on mine with JAC's new Kernel and an EXT4 partition


Guess I'm gonna have to try that new kernel and reformat to ext4 (using ext3 atm)..
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nope lol 1524 on mine with JAC's new Kernel and an EXT4 partition

Looks like a come from behind win! 1778!!!
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Looks like a come from behind win! 1778!!!
Please tell us what you did to get that score. Do you notice a huge performance boost from the stock score? How much more do you think can be pushed out of the phone? 2k?

I got 920 stock

P.S. why does the motodroid X come in higher than the Samsung Galaxy S?

found your post, I might wait a while , just so I dont **** my phone up lol
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P.S. why does the motodroid X come in higher than the Samsung Galaxy S?
something to do with faster file read and writes, which is how we increase our score so much, is we fix that file read write speed by putting it on an ext partition, which increases them.
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Woot! my G1 got 169!!! LOL
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something to do with faster file read and writes, which is how we increase our score so much, is we fix that file read write speed by putting it on an ext partition, which increases them.
How much would these modifications of the phone help PS1 emulation?
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How much would these modifications of the phone help PS1 emulation?

I think most of the issues at the moment with the emulator will get worked out as the software matures. I've only had a brief experience with it tho and that was on another device entirely.
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Well that is why I didn't get it illegally, to give them money incentive.
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wow some impressive numbers on those above. I only pulled 1185 on EVO (stock 2.2) and 1245 on Droid X (stock 2.1). Looking forward to the Epic to see what it's really like hands on
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Hey everyone. Please Benchmark using Quadrant and Post your Score along with a screen shot or picture of your score.

Also please state if you tested your phone under default stock conditions, or if you rooted and tweaked the heck out of it to get the high score you got.

You can download Quadrant. Go To Android Market and search Quadrant.

Here is my score. I have not rooted or tweaked my phones performance. Just Stock Factory Speed. Score 918




Ive no idea what this thread is about.
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Ive no idea what this thread is about.
It's a Quadrant Benchmarking thread. You download the app, benchmark your phone, and post your score Try it, its fun.
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It's a Quadrant Benchmarking thread. You download the app, benchmark your phone, and post your score Try it, its fun.
And that is telling me what exactly? That was what i was refering to.
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Money Lets end the Confusion. Samsung Galaxy S is the fastest Android phone, not the DroidX.

Okay, so some people are asking why the Droid X is so much faster on the quadrant benchmark.

To settle the confusion. Simply put, Galaxy S phones have not only the fastest GPU but also the fastest CPU, yes faster than DroidX despite the Quadrant score.

You see, we are running Quadrant free edition, which just gives a bulk number at the end. However, if you run Quadrant Professional, the score is divided up into segments. Quadrant Professional shows that infact, as we all suspected, the Galaxy S phones outperform DroidX in CPU performance. So why does DroidX have a higher total score you may be asking. There is an issue with the Quadrant Benchmarking, DroidX is getting an inflated score because of I/O, giving a higher deceptive total score. Thus giving the impression the cpu is faster on the DroidX than it really is. Both androidandme.com and the Developer of Quadrant have confirmed this issue, and have confirmed that the Galaxy S is faster than DroidX.

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And that is telling me what exactly? That was what i was refering to.
I dunno its just a silly fun thread, just gives you a fun benchmarking score to brag about. I guess you can use it to relatively guage your phones performance. Nothing serious.
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Mine got a 910, behind N1 and Droid X
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Okay, so some people are asking why the Droid X is so much faster on the quadrant benchmark.

I doubt anyone is thinking that anymore if they've looked at all the posts here. All the later ones are clearly smoking the X after they have a fix applied to them.
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Mine got a 910, behind N1 and Droid X
Ohhhh 910, thats a fast score! I'm assuming thats stock.
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Ohhhh 910, thats a fast score! I'm assuming thats stock.
I am wondering if Froyo will get us above 2k
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I am wondering if Froyo will get us above 2k

I've gotten almost 2k already (1897 tweaked)... I'm sure if I had a better card and tweaked some more I could hit 2k..
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Out of curiousity, how does our CPU compare to a desktop cpu running at the same ghz. For example, hummingbird put up against one of intels 1ghz chips?
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Out of curiousity, how does our CPU compare to a desktop cpu running at the same ghz. For example, hummingbird put up against one of intels 1ghz chips?
You mean like an Atom or something? No idea, but I believe Intel is working on a mobile chip based on the Atom so maybe we will find out soon.
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I've gotten almost 2k already (1897 tweaked)... I'm sure if I had a better card and tweaked some more I could hit 2k..
You're magical, how did you do that?
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You mean like an Atom or something? No idea, but I believe Intel is working on a mobile chip based on the Atom so maybe we will find out soon.
Ya I think it would be awesome if we could use our phone as computer replacements. Just have a keyboard and screen that hooks up to the phone, to replace boxy desktops. I guess thats what laptop is for, but I dunno, I still like the idea.
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I've gotten almost 2k already (1897 tweaked)... I'm sure if I had a better card and tweaked some more I could hit 2k..
What would be a better card for you?
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What would be a better card for you?
A class 6 card should theoretically be better.. Mine is only a class 2 that came with my old Droid. I'm going to check around this weekend and pick up a couple of 32GB class 6 cards and keep the fastest one.
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A class 6 card should theoretically be better.. Mine is only a class 2 that came with my old Droid. I'm going to check around this weekend and pick up a couple of 32GB class 6 cards and keep the fastest one.
What price do those run at?i couldn't find any amazon
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What price do those run at?i couldn't find any amazon

Odd, I saw some but it was old results.. I was going to swing by Fry's this weekend and see what they had. I think they run anywhere from mid $70's to about the $130's depending on who makes them.
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Odd, I saw some but it was old results.. I was going to swing by Fry's this weekend and see what they had. I think they run anywhere from mid $70's to about the $130's depending on who makes them.
I could get rid of my ipod maybe, IDK. It has 120gb of storage:P

I mean how much performance boost is this, like in terms of real world. My phone runs smooth, I am sure it could get faster though.
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894 on a stock Vibrant.
No screen shot though.
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Old August 7th, 2010, 07:39 PM   #48 (permalink)
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Odd, I saw some but it was old results.. I was going to swing by Fry's this weekend and see what they had. I think they run anywhere from mid $70's to about the $130's depending on who makes them.
You agreed with.."Don't feed the troll" in the other thread, who was that directed to?
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You agreed with.."Don't feed the troll" in the other thread, who was that directed to?

No, I laughed at the pic hehe.
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912 with a stock setup.
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