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I7500 Slow ?!?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by turkievicz, May 19, 2010.

  1. turkievicz

    turkievicz Member
    Thread Starter

    I'm thinking that my I7500 is slow. I'm using the CPU Benchmark to compare with another phones and take a look on my results:
    710Mhz - 3034ms
    614Mhz - 3526ms
    528Mhz - 3813ms

    This values are normal for the I7500 ?

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  2. DaSchmarotzer

    DaSchmarotzer Blame it on me

    On 710mhz I got 2858ms.

    I'm not an expert with that application, I don't know if your results change depending on what apps are running.

    EDIT: Right after a reboot, I got 2837.

    On 528mhz I got 3663ms.
  3. turkievicz

    turkievicz Member
    Thread Starter

    So maybe be "normal"... hehehe
    I spend a lot of time to start make calls or write sms (chomp). Maybe if I let in the memory this process could be more fast.
  4. Andronix

    Andronix Android Enthusiast

    are you using swap? using compcache or swap may slow down the scores. but real word apps are that counts and usability, not benchmarks :)
  5. turkievicz

    turkievicz Member
    Thread Starter

    Sorry, but I'm a noob...How can I know if I'm using Swap ?
    I tested with Linpack and the result was terrible !!! 0.33 for me and the best in the rank show me as 3.122 with 710.0MHz Samsung/GT-I7500/GT-I7500/GT-I7500:1.6/DONUT/12:user/ota-rel-keys,release-keys Galax0
  6. Rastaman-FB

    Rastaman-FB Extreme Android User

    if cpu is set to "on demand" in setcpu or similar in other over clock programs and the galaxo config is not set to performance then the bench marks will make the device look slow
    ive just tested it and these settings make a big difference to the benchmark however in day to day function it shouldnt "feel" much different as the stepping will give you what you need depending on task
    turkievicz likes this.

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