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how are people returning 50+ MFLOPS in linpack with droids running @ 1.2-1.3GHz?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by cggorman, May 28, 2010.

  1. cggorman

    cggorman Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    I'm running @ 1.2 and returning only 9.7 MFLOPS. What's the deal?

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  2. bose301s

    bose301s Well-Known Member

    They aren't, they are spoofing the result.
  3. Rodeojones

    Rodeojones Android Enthusiast

    I've thought this might be the case as well. Even if I overclock to 1.25Ghz the highest I've gotten is 10.01.
  4. monsterenergy22

    monsterenergy22 Android Enthusiast

    ive seen 2.2 getting similar results to what you originally posted on the n1, so maybe some have a version of 2.2?
  5. Wachalookn8

    Wachalookn8 Lurker

    Yes they have 2.2 Froyo, it states that in the site. I ran my droid there too. They are setting up a before and after type thing to see the improvements from 2.1 to 2.2. Since it has been released I've actually seen a couple of droids on the ranked list
  6. Wachalookn8

    Wachalookn8 Lurker

    I was going to link the list site but I seem to have misplaced it. Anyone know what I'm talking about?
  7. cggorman

    cggorman Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Switched to simply stunning rom with Chevy's 1.25 LV kernel and I'm now seeing 10.046 MFLOPS. Not bad...but it's a touch unstable. 1.2 is solid as a rock...and there is a huge jump in speed from 1.1 to 1.2... wish I could get a 1.3 kernel to work, but I haven't found a combination that doesn't boot loop.
  8. messenger13

    messenger13 Android Expert

    Here are the current rankings on Greene Computing's site ... CLICK.

    Those are impressive numbers, and I don't know (nor care) how they are doing it. I only use Linpack to bench test my Droid for my personal use. At 1.3GHz, I've obtained low 13s ... but my DROID would get too hot for my liking, so I throttle it down. The important part for me is how my Droid performs on a day-to-day basis.

    Little boys just love peeing contests, but I don't get caught up in that stuff. ;)
  9. YankeeDudeL

    YankeeDudeL Android Expert

    So far the highest I've gotten was 9.878 MFLOPS on the Succulent Desire v. 5.0 ROM w/ a P3 1.2GHz kernel. Stable as could be.

    I've tried 1.25GHz and 1.3GHz kernels before that they're not stable. Oddly enough, the 1.25GHz boot loops, but the 1.3 fully loads, just isn't stable.
  10. ech0

    ech0 Newbie

    Eh, the MFLOPS that you get with Linpack really aren't a totally accurate reflection of overall performance of the phone. There is perhaps a small correlation between Linpack MFLOPS and actual, real world performance, but messenger hits it right on the head: nothing but a pissing contest, mostly.
  11. jungajuice

    jungajuice Newbie

    if you turn jit on you can get it up to 30ish pretty easily
  12. ssantan2

    ssantan2 Android Enthusiast

    well no one here has seen those kinda results so I call BS. no offense. I have turned on jit before and the highest I got was almost 13 and that was at 1 ghz
  13. Fadelight

    Fadelight Android Expert

    I lol'd. Screenshots?

    1.3ghz with JIT and compache enabled, I got 12.2.
  14. OMJ

    OMJ Bazinga

    highest I have ever been able to get to is high 16s or low 17s and that was at 1.3 with jit on.

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