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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Danielson2047, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. Danielson2047

    Danielson2047 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    What exactly is this a measure of, overall awesomeness? I have Smoked Glass 6.0 w/ChevyNo1 1.25 LowV and ran a top of 1716, but avg mid 1600s. Is this normal?

  2. skilaufen

    skilaufen Android Enthusiast

    No that is not normal for a droid. Stock 2.1 gets about 376 and top end with stock froyo is maybe 1000 or so. Congrats on your performance. OC'ing can definitely speed things up.:D
  3. Danielson2047

    Danielson2047 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    LOL i got 700 with it set to a max of 250 on 2.2. I see people with 1800+ and wonder how the heck they get that high?
  4. macktns

    macktns Member

    just ran it and got 1531 although i'm topping mine out at 1.0
  5. raphytaffy

    raphytaffy Member

    What are y'all using for quadrant scores?
  6. macktns

    macktns Member

    its called like quadrant standard edition
  7. skilaufen

    skilaufen Android Enthusiast

    If you go to the market and search quadrant it will give you the app. It is a free app and pretty cool to use.
  8. YankeeDudeL

    YankeeDudeL Android Expert

    Yes, that is normal. Most people only post their best score. The poster below you doesn't have a rooted phone, so they will score much lower. Just making the jump from 2.1 to 2.2 will make a huge diff. Being able to OC to 1.25 is about the highest a Droid will go (w/ very few exceptions). There are also many more ROM options, some being known for extreme speed, which is how some people can consistently score so high.
  9. vincentp

    vincentp Android Expert

    Those scores are normal for an overclocked Droid at your speeds on 2.2. It's a consolidated benchmark that includes various different components and gives you one combined score. It's a cool little way to measure performance increases, but if you read up on that type of benchmark you'll find that it doesn't really give you a perfect picture of the speed of a device. Real use experience will always be more important.

    ongoing:android_myths [CVPCS Android Wiki]

    Take a read.
  10. Watashi

    Watashi Well-Known Member

    I'm getting consistent 880's - Stock Froyo on launch day phone.
  11. I'm hovering around the lower 1700s with a 1250 MHz kernel running the Froyo Deodexed thing.

    Look at the Droid on the Linpack results: http://www.greenecomputing.com/apps/linpack/linpack-by-device/

    Is it possible to fake these? This thing is over five times faster than the highest I've ever scored which is 19.95 or so.
  12. player4lifeov

    player4lifeov Lurker

    I'm running in the 2100's with a Samsung Vibrant. This with a virtual Ext 2 in the internal sd card and running at 1000 mhz. Running android 2.1 BTW

    Sorry I'm in the completely wrong forum
  13. YankeeDudeL

    YankeeDudeL Android Expert

    With that score, a lot of people here will think THEY'RE in the wrong forum. lol
  14. twistedlim

    twistedlim Android Expert

    I have run a number of kernels and have gotten scores from the mid 1100s to mid 1500s but to tell you the truth I cannot notice a "real world" difference running a 800 kernel and a 1.1 kernal. To tell you the truth my wifes incredible scores pretty low and is just as snappy as my phone running a 1.1 kernel. What does the quadrant score tell us in "real world operation"?
  15. YankeeDudeL

    YankeeDudeL Android Expert

    Not much, to be honest, but I def notice a diff in my Droid when it's OCed to 1.1 or 1.2GHz. Whether or not it's a prudent choice when the diff is slight but can still slightly affect battery life, well, that's another story. Decisions, decisions. lol
  16. Sparkimus

    Sparkimus Lurker

    I just got 1116 on my Droid 1. FRG22D, rooted, stock kernal but SetCPU set at 800 mhz.
  17. muab

    muab Android Enthusiast

    I would be interested to see non-Android smartphones compared against our Droids with some kind of quasi-benchmarking system like quadrant.

    I went from 380 with my stock 2.1 Droid, to 850 with stock 2.2, and now on BB 0.4 I am 1100 without touching set CPU. I do not need any more speed on anything at all. I would like more battery life though.
  18. Tslide91

    Tslide91 Android Enthusiast

    1760 on my completely stock mytouch 4g, loaded up with apps and live wallpaper and tha funk lol
  19. androidlover14

    androidlover14 Android Enthusiast

    where did he come from lol j/k.
  20. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian

    Guess he's trying to show off a newer phone in the DROID forums.... :p

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