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Post your DROID's MFlops/s score

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by messenger13, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. messenger13

    messenger13 Well-Known Member
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    Running Sholes 2.0.3 ROM at a cooool 1.3 GHz with JIT enabled. :cool:

    12.618 Mflops/s doesn't suck.
    [​IMG]


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  2. PerCompLLC

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    Man I wish my CPU would take it... Anything over 1Ghz is unstable for me... :(
     
  3. alostpacket

    alostpacket Over Macho Grande?
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    Here's mine, but I'm not sure I got the right app???

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  4. ajm144k

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    lol its like people saying ATM machine... the m stands for machine. the ps in MFLOPS stands for per second.


    hows your battery at 1.3? i cant understand the reasons to try and make the processor run at more than double its rated speed. where do you REALLY notice any differences?
     
  5. bigdroiddog

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    I thought jit was disabled on sholes 2.03?
     
  6. messenger13

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    And every geek I know says, "nic card" ... umm ... so?

    I haven't noticed any difference at all regarding battery usage.

    You can't understand why someone would over-clock a CPU? Really? "Because I can" works for me. :D Now post your MFlops/PER SECOND :eek: score and I'll show you another reason. ;)

    It is. I re-enabled it. :cool:
     
  7. ttaylor0024

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    lol
     
  8. viomonk

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    How might you have been keeping your droid cool at 1.3 ghz?
     
  9. Shadowtech

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    MFlops/s: 9.915
    Time: 0.55 seconds
    Norm Res: 3.36
    Precision: 2.220446049250313E-16

    What does JIT do?
     
  10. Needsdecaf

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    Sholes 2.0.5 @ 1200 MHZ (yay, I finally got my processor to be stable over 1000 MHZ).

    Mflops/s: 10.137
    Time: 0.53 sec
    Norm Res: 3.36

    No JIT.
     
  11. messenger13

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    Wiki does a pretty good job explaining it. CLICK
     
  12. messenger13

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    That's aight. Some guys would tell you to get the JIT outta there! :D
     
  13. viomonk

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    How might one go about turning JIT back on, as you have done?
     
  14. Fabolous

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    Theres a buried thread on it somewhere on alldroid. Definitely not worth the hassle to enable it.



    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
     
  15. stevonyc34

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    mflop 10.118
     
  16. Fadelight

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    Wow, joe. I thought you read forums better. :D

    I beat you to this thread by a full day.
     
  17. messenger13

    messenger13 Well-Known Member
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    LOL Yea but, you posted it over there in that wacky forum ... where all the newbies are trying to brick their phones.
     
  18. holmgren

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    so i have no idea what mflops is and or what it means. What is a good score? Higher the number the better?
     
  19. Fadelight

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    Touche.
     
  20. messenger13

    messenger13 Well-Known Member
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    Si, the higher the better.
    Million FLoating point Operations Per Second
    Pretty standard benchmark test for anything with a CPU in it.
     
  21. alostpacket

    alostpacket Over Macho Grande?
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    My Floppy Oversize Pistachio Sack

    [​IMG]
     
  22. messenger13

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    [post deleted]
     
  23. Coogi

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    Stock 2.0.1 (Just reflashed to Stock cause my screen was lagging.)

    Mflops/s 4.437
    Time 1.22 seconds
    Norm Res 3.36


    Edit: I saw it Joe! You cant hide it from meh! :)
     
  24. messenger13

    messenger13 Well-Known Member
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    And that is exactly the point of this thread.

    Stock 2.0.1 = 4.437 Mflops
    Sholes 2.0.3 @ 1.3 Ghz = 12.618 Mflops

    People are always asking if all this ROM business and over-clocking is worth it. It's nice to see a quantitative answer.
     

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