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Support Low Quadrant Standard Scores with EVO Froyo

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rybo59, Nov 25, 2010.

  1. rybo59

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    I just got a new HTC Evo with Froyo and downloaded the Quadrant Standard benchmarking app. I ran it around 5 times and averaged around 790, I don't understand why this is so low given that usually EVOs are up around 1200. I ran advanced task killer beforehand so there were no apps running either. Does anyone know what could be going on?
     

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    Do it after a fresh reboot and see how it does. Could be a lot running in the background and causing the low scores. I an rooted and running a Ziggy Kernal and getting Quadrant scores in the 1700's, its nice!
     
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    Thanks! Tried that and got 1150.
     
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    hey sry im probably in the wrong place to ask but since your talking about it (here comes the noob question) what is the score measured in? like are we talking how fast its running like mghz? im confused. i have heard its just a number showing the over all rating of all the different specs combined.
     
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    that's it...it is a benchmark tool doing exactly that.

    also check out linpack, and cpu benchmark in the market
     
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