Post your ROM/Mflops


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  1. Fadelight

    Fadelight Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    With everyone using so many different variations of ROM/Kernal/Clock/etc around here, I thought it would be nice for the curious bystanders if we all weighed in.

    You can find out your mflops by downloading linpack. It is free in Market.

    ROM:
    Kernal:
    Clock:
    JIT Y/N:
    CPU Temp:
    Mflops:



    Ill go first -

    ROM: Alldroid Community 0.2b
    Kernal: TazKern1300m
    Clock: 1.3ghz
    JIT Y/N: No
    CPU Temp: 38c under load, 34c idle.
    Mflops: 11.003
     

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  2. vincentp

    vincentp Well-Known Member

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    ROM: Bugless Beast 7.5
    Kernel: Default (Believe it's the 1000mHz Kaz)
    Clock: 950mHz
    JIT: No
    Mflops: 8.320
     
  3. nardothegr8

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    ROM: Bugless Beast 7.5
    Kernel: Taz 1000Mhz
    Clock: 950mHz
    JIT: No
    Mflops: 8.056
     
  4. brd

    brd Member

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    ROM: Bugless Beast 7.5
    Kernel: 2.6.29
    Clock: 1000mHz
    JIT: ?
    Mflops: 8.545

    So my questions about this are,
    1) Is the JIT available for droid? Is it effective/recommended? What I read was that it was available for the Cyanogen Nexus rom.

    2) i can understand how Fadelight is getting to 11 with a clock of 1.3, but taking a look at the Greene Computing website, how are guys getting their phones up to 50 mflops? Are those numbers legit? Are they stripping the phone down to nothing but a processor designed to go fast?

    3) What is the purpose of changing the kernel?
     
  5. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

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    ROM: BB 0.7.5
    Kernal: default with BB 0.7.5
    Clock: 1000 MHz
    JIT Y/N: N
    CPU Temp: 37 C under load, 30 C idle
    Mflops: 8.489/s
     
  6. iamloco724

    iamloco724 Well-Known Member

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    what is jit and for mflops is higher the better?
     
  7. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

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    JIT = Just In Time in programming, so I am supposing that here it means the same thing - thus, I surmise that it is some sort of Just In Time Java debugger?

    As for MFLOPS, yes, b/c that value (as I noted) is a value per second - so, obviously the more you can achieve per second the faster it is.
     
  8. cruud

    cruud Well-Known Member

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    ROM: Sholes 2.0.5
    Kernal: Sholes Default
    Clock: 600
    JIT Y/N: N
    CPU Temp: Low 30
    Mflops: 5.1
     
  9. Gunner

    Gunner Well-Known Member

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    ROM: Sholes 2.0.5
    Clock: 1Ghz

    Haven't tried linpack, but I have an app called 'Benchmark', and it gives me this:

    MFLOPS DP: 5.356487
    MFLOPS SP: 9.112989
     
  10. messenger13

    messenger13 Well-Known Member

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    ROM: Sholes 2.0.3
    Kernal: TazKern1300m
    Clock: 1.3 GHz
    JIT Y/N: Y
    CPU Temp: < 100F
    Mflops:12.618 :cool:
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  11. Fadelight

    Fadelight Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    You've inspired me. I'll set up JIT tonight and post my mflops. You' goin' down, sucka!

    Edit: nvm. ADC 2.1 doesn't agree with JIT.
     
  12. alostpacket

    alostpacket Over Macho Grande? VIP Member

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    1.2 Ghz
    DroidMod 1.0
    JIT: N
    Mflops 10.1


    Full disclosure: 1.2ghz wasnt stable for more than a few minutes lol
     
  13. shademar

    shademar Well-Known Member

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    ROM: BB 0.7.5
    Kernal: BB 0.7.5 default
    Clock: 1000 MHz
    JIT: Nope
    Mflops: 8.252/s
     
  14. inssane

    inssane Well-Known Member

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    ROM: BB 0.7.8
    Kernal: sholes (std with BB)
    Clock: 1200
    JIT Y/N: N
    CPU Temp: 28 C
    Mflops: 9.464

    And daily stable running like this - also averaging 150-160ms
     
  15. andrew53517

    andrew53517 Well-Known Member

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    Where do we go to put JIT on our droid? I can't find a link? On all droid it's just like 14 pages of people discussing it.. no steps.. any ideas? Thanks! :)
     
  16. DanSan

    DanSan Well-Known Member

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    ROM: Sholes 2.0.5
    Kernal: not sure?
    Clock: 1 ghz
    JIT Y/N: N
    CPU Temp: idk..?
    Mflops: 8.354


    which is better? higher or lower mflops? i ran the test like 10 times, ranged from 6 to like 9 mflops. i also ran benchmark pi and it came to like ~2600 ms
     
  17. andrew53517

    andrew53517 Well-Known Member

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    You want higher... as stated from Johnlgalt:

    Johnlgalt- "As for MFLOPS, yes, b/c that value (as I noted) is a value per second - so, obviously the more you can achieve per second the faster it is."
     
  18. alostpacket

    alostpacket Over Macho Grande? VIP Member

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    ok, have to repost mine:

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  19. Fabolous

    Fabolous Superuser VIP Member

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    I'm sure I can better, but this is with all my apps running:

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    ROM details in the sig.
     
  20. Dark Reality

    Dark Reality Well-Known Member

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    ROM: stock
    Kernel: stock, rooted
    Clock: stock
    JIT Y/N: N
    CPU Temp: unknown
    Mflops: 2.689 (mine), 2.976 (wife's -- same phone, stock kernel but not rooted)

    Damn, how'd hers get higher? LOL. I guess it varies from time to time, and depends on what you got running. (That said, she still has all the stock bloatware like CityID and Twidroyd...)
     
  21. deftonesmw

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    ROM: UD 2.5.0
    Kernel: chevy 2.6.32 1.25ghz low volt #40
    Clock: 1.1ghz
    JIT Y/N: no clue
    CPU Temp: 22 C
    Mflops: 13.563

    Just ran linpack at 1.25ghz clock to see the difference and got 16.624 Mflops & 25 degrees C
     
  22. myfishbear

    myfishbear Well-Known Member

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    load up any rom. they have most of the stuff taken care for you already so you dont have to do everything by hand.
     
  23. SNeitzel

    SNeitzel Well-Known Member

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    ROM: LFY 1.96
    Kernel: Slayher 1100
    Clock: 1.1ghz
    JIT Y/N: ?
    CPU Temp: Start 28
     
  24. adamtrott

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  25. Dark Jedi

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    ROM:pE Elite GB v5.0.2
    Kernel:Rz 1200 mHz LV
    Clock 1200
    JIT: Dont know what it is.
    Temp 30c
    MFLOPS 16.168
     

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