Quadrant vs. Linpack scores

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by kenyu73, Sep 27, 2010.

  1. kenyu73

    kenyu73 Well-Known Member
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    Fascinate (root w/lag fix):
    Quadrant: 2200+
    Linpack: 7-8 MFLOPS

    Incredible (rooted w/custom ROM):
    Quadrant: 1150+
    Linpack: 33+ MFLOPS

    Honestly, the Dinc is still alot faster overall and I'm still getting lag with the SF, especially if a Samsung widget (ex: buddies) is on the screen.

    Which of these is a better score of raw performance (ie: little lag).

    I'm going to read though the same question posted on the Eris forums now...

    quadrant vs. linpack - Android Forums
     

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  2. saps

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    Froyo and specifically the JIT complier is what accounts for the massive jump in Linpack scores. Its one of the beauties of 2.2. Quadrant is almost meaningless
     
  3. kenyu73

    kenyu73 Well-Known Member
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    So why does the SF feel laggy/jumpy still? Do I just need to wait for 2.2 for the SF to get the better performance gains that I'm used to with the Dinc?
     
  4. Droidus

    Droidus Well-Known Member
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    yes. 2.1vs2.2 is apples to oranges
     
  5. saps

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    yes
     
  6. PJnc284

    PJnc284 Well-Known Member
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    Neither is really an accurate way of telling how great a phone is. Not to mention Linpack doesn't seem to like any non-qualcomm chips so there won't be as much of a jump in the linpack score of the fascinate when it gets 2.2. And from what I've seen, pretty much any Sense phone is going to look and feel smoother than any of the other variations on Android because of the way it's made.
     

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