Post Your Quadrant Benchmark Results Here!General


  1. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    Post your Quadrant benchmark results here.

    Other benchmatkers welcome; NeoCore, Limpack.. etc

    Quadrant is a benchmarking tool that rates and scores your device on a number of categories.
    Can be downloaded from the market
    When posting can you please mention:
    ★Processor Clock Speed
    ★If your using a stock or Custom ROM
    ★Custom Tweaks or Mods

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  2. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    CM7 Nightly 15
    Custom Kernel by Bl1nk w/ BFQ and ck2 patchsets
    OC @ 710MHz
    50% AHB Overclocking
    HW acceleration on

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  3. amg_1969

    amg_1969 Well-Known Member

    How do you get the thumbnail of the screen?

    Andrew:confused:
  4. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    search for a screenshot app on the market
  5. Cook19

    Cook19 Member

    just ran it woot!!! my highest yet 2153!!!! on my epic 4g

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  6. dannymur

    dannymur Well-Known Member

    Thanks shadowninty :)

    Mine seems sooooo bad in contrast with your's :confused:

    I have mine OC @ 691 (crashes @ 710)

    What is:

    50% AHB Overclocking, and how to accomplish on my OSF?

    HW acceleration on, where to do this?

    Sorry for the newbie questions, as I have just got this, and spent 2 days unlocking/rooting and installing Swedish Spring RLS2 Froyo....

    Kernel is showing as 2.6.32.9-perf

    TIA

    BTW, not really worried about gaming, I'm 57 :eek:

    [​IMG]
  7. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    I am running CM7 (Android 2.3) :)
    mine is a bit unstable at 729MHz :/
    Kallt's kernels have this when clocked over 600MHz, i means the transfer of data between phone parts is speeded up
    flash HWUI pack from the Seedish Spring thread :)
    no need for apologies!
    yup, 2.6.32.9 is the latest kernel source we have
    Devs may start work on .35/37 :)
    well, if you are, Tank Hero is great :D
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  8. dannymur

    dannymur Well-Known Member

    Hi again shadowninty :D

    I will try anything once, can't get addicted that way...;)

    I just got this from market:

    Blade buddy

    It gives hardware acceleration easy, I think, and a lot more besides.

    This is the great thing about Android, and the OSF, so configurable, brings me back to the Olde Days.

    Would you recommend 2.3??

    I would love to give it a go.

    Really, honestly...;)

    Thanks again.
  9. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    I personally love CyanogenMod7 - I can't go back

    Most of the bugs have been fixed, HOWEVER, you'd still want to be flashing an update every few days (there are auto-built "Nightlies" most nights (see what they did there? :D), which are mostly bug fixes now
    things like FM Radio is still in the works, and apparantley GPS is a bit wonky.
    Biggest issue for me is 2D performence (try another launcher (homescreen)
    Still, 2.3 has plenty of new features, and CM brings many of its own.. so many neat little things you may never even notice :)
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  10. slackereconomy

    slackereconomy Active Member

    I got 698 running fibblesans rl10b. not tried over clocking yet so still at 600hz I presume. would post the screen grab but not at the computer and it needs resized
  11. dannymur

    dannymur Well-Known Member

    hi again s90...

    can i ask, just for clarification, do you mean you can't or you won't go back, coz CM7 is so good you couldn't bear to go back?

    Serious question from olde Noob...
  12. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    Ninty as in Minty ;)

    I can go back, but CM and 2.3 have many cool things that I would lose
  13. dannymur

    dannymur Well-Known Member

    OK shadowninty, get ya.

    I will undertake this after the week-end, you got a CM 2.3 install best guide link for me, as in step-by-step?

    BTW.....sorry for the name error [​IMG]

    Ninty as in This Minty...

    [​IMG]
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  14. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    Download latest CM7 Nightly from here, download GApps from here

    Backup important apps with Titanium Backup from the market, so you can restore to CM7

    Boot into Recovery by holding down Voulme Down button at boot
    There you can flash the zip (Flash GApps second), but make sure to tale a backup first
    Also, in Recovery, Wipe /Data (Mounts & Storage)
  15. slackereconomy

    slackereconomy Active Member

    998 with fibblesans r10b @710mhz. crash at 768mhz. might leave it at 710 to see if there are any real world performance improvements
  16. slackereconomy

    slackereconomy Active Member

    decided to try Swedish Spring rls3. 537 @ 652mhz. seems a little bit laggy on angry birds compared to r10b.
  17. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    I reckon Angry Birds ARMv6 is coded bad, try Rio, so much better
  18. slackereconomy

    slackereconomy Active Member

    never played that one but i'll look out for it. angry birds seems to be the benchmark of choice, but i'd rather be playing pokemon on an emulator. anyway, the glacial swedish spring rls3 had to go. Giving cyanogen mod 7 rc3 a go today. seems a bit nimbler and the quadrant score is back up to 969 @ 710mhz.
  19. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    the Quadrant score is not everything, just a benchmark, and due to OS improvements and community hacks, its not particularly accurate

    BTW, in FLB stagefright is left on despite being broken in 2.2 (its media decoder library) thus high scores
  20. 8200

    8200 New Member

    Hi guys,


    I have a clean default installation of "Swedish_Spring_RLS4b.zip" on my ZTE blade (gen1 / tft) since yesterday. My first impressions are good but the benchmark result of quadrant is very bad.

    I only get 423, 442, 445 points. Is it a lack of hardware acceleration? Is there something need to be changed or extra installed? I don't like overclocking but with other ROMs the result were between 750 and 850 points. So I think there is something faulty.

    What can I do for improvement?

    Best regards,
    Arthur
  21. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    SS doesn't have broken stagefright enabled
    Android 2.3 brings much improvements
  22. dannymur

    dannymur Well-Known Member

    Hi again shadowninty :)

    So, as you pointed out before and I did not know enuff to take in, SS ROM's have this stagefright disabled by default, hence the low Quadrant scores??

    And Stagefright is disabled for a reason, to do with audio and video playback?

    which was bad/broken in Android 2.2?

    And this has been fixed in 2.3, I mean Stagefright?

    Are the 2.3 Quadrant scores now giving a true impression of the performance?

    Or is Quadrant just not a very reliable benchmark?

    Good discussion here:

    Who determined stagefright was broken? - Android @ MoDaCo

    The upshot is peeps should not take the Quadrant scores very seriously, as there is not a level playing field as between the various ROM's being benchmarked, IMHO ;)

    Kinda defeats the very concept of a Benchmark?
  23. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    yup
    it was fixed with 2.2.1 and is fine in 2.3
    CM7 is certainly not twice as fast as JJ for me; its maybe 30% faster in games
    yes Quadrant is quite dodgy :D
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  24. dannymur

    dannymur Well-Known Member

    Thanks, Shadowninty, thought so much :p

    So, on CM7(2.3), Stagefright is enabled, and has what advantages over SS, for gaming/video/audio??

    Would it have a detrimental effect on Battery for e.g.

    Is it useful for normal day-to-day use, like making/receiving calls, texts, mms, browsing, or is it aimed at gamers and those who use YouTube?

    Can it easily be disabled in CM7, if necessary, or would it ever be necessary.

    Perhaps for peeps posting Quadrant scores, prerequisite to have Stagefright disabled, level playing field ;)

    BTW, thanks for all your patience and input here, specially with noobs like me, very much appreciated.

    I can say that getting the OSF/Blade has given me a new interest and spurred me on to learn more about Android, and you have helped tremendously.
  25. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    It allows better decoding of media formats
    only if you use it all the time
    the latter :D
    if you edit /system/build.prop and revoot i guess you could disable it - however it may be the only decoder library in CM
    for 2.2, probably a good idea
    we are all noobs, even the manufacturers are :D
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