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  1. 4ubest

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    I would really appreciate it if someone could run the quadrant standard benchmark with their Nexus 10 and then post the results and also say what the system info ( or something similar to it) says about the CPU and GPU.
     

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    Is this what you're looking for?

    Quadrant Results
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    Yes thank you. I do not know why it is showing only 1000 as the current frequency and I am wondering what it would do at 1700. Currently my LGPhone with 1500 freq is showing a score of 5340.
     
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    Hmm..good question. I'll have to check into that. I'm waiting for someone to come out with a overclocked kernel to see what it can really do.
     
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    I figured out the Nexus 10 cpu scales to what is needed. So in the screen, that was all that was required of the cpu at the time. Using Antutu, I set the minimum cpu at 1700. It still scored about the same as in the screenshot and about the same as other benchmarks I've seen.
     
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    Quadrant hasn't been to reliable on multi-core products.
     
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    Went to Best Buy today and I downloaded and ran the quadrant bm on the Asus Infinity 32 gb and the score based on 2 runs averaged 4074.
     
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    Does't surprise me as the Infinity is a slightly higher clocked Prime with HD screen.

    Still, Quadrant used to be a bellweather benchmark. Now it may be been improved lately, but last I looked, it didn't hold up well when dual cores started being used. Lot's of skewed results. But thanks for the info. Data points are all good.

    Found this info which I think is good:

    Nexus 10 ASUS Infinity TF700 ASUS Prime Samsung GalaxyNote10.1
    Quadrant 4,551 4,685 4,137 5,695
    Vellamo 1,605 1,475 1,418 2,395
    AnTuTu 8,731 12,027 10,269 11,962
    SunSpider 1,371 2,012 1,861 1,193
    CF-Bench 9,772 7,874 11,861 13,157

    SunSpider: lower scores are better
     
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