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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by chris3896, Jun 1, 2011.

  1. chris3896

    chris3896 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Droid X2:

    First time: 2670

    Second time: 2707

    Not too shabby. Now if only they fixed the media problems...
     


  2. rankman

    rankman Well-Known Member

  3. John58543

    John58543 Android Enthusiast

    First: 2616
    Second: 2643
     
  4. moz90

    moz90 Newbie

    2569 mines low:(
     
  5. chris3896

    chris3896 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I used task killer to knock out most everything before and then ran it... better scores.
     
  6. roy5000x2

    roy5000x2 Member

    I've had it as low as 2100, even after a restart with nothing running, and as high as 2800. Just did a run for 2396 with a bunch of other apps open and the phone not being cycled for a few days.
     
  7. Cilraaz

    Cilraaz Well-Known Member

    Maybe I'm too methodical with my benchmarking, but here's mine. I tested 4 different ways: as-is (after about 48 hours of use), after killing background processes, after a fresh reboot (allowing my background procs to run), and after freezing Flash 10.1.120.10 (and rebooting after freezing it). I ran 4 tests under each scenario, 2 in LauncherPro and 2 in Blur Home. Blur Home was default, with no changes to the default widget layout. I took the higher of the two scores from each. The tests were also done while attached to a wall charger, just in case that would have any impact.

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    2.        As-is:    LP - 2462      Blur - 2486
    3. Procs Killed:    LP - 2568      Blur - 2586
    4.       Reboot:    LP - 2680      Blur - 2707
    5. Flash Frozen:    LP - 2717      Blur - 2712
    6.  
    So it looks like Blur Home has about a 1% edge in most tests. It also appears that freezing Flash has the potential to increase scores, though not by a large margin. If nothing else, I've at least got Flash frozen to see if it helps me with the media issues.
     
  8. jinwons

    jinwons Android Expert

    I think you guys are putting too much stock into quadrant. Its score can be easily tweaked in many ways. And I don't think it's good measure for dual core phone performance.
     
  9. moz90

    moz90 Newbie

    I froze task thing and installed one off the market and using go launcher with lots of stuff frozen and I got 2696 and its running smooth as a whistle much much better than blur even if score doesn't show it
     
  10. ZeroOveride

    ZeroOveride Member

    Highest I've gotten is 2857. Usually get scores in the 2700's
     
  11. droidsales

    droidsales Newbie

    1st run - 2722
    2nd run- 2864
    I manage a gowireless store, and recently ran quadrant on thunderbolt, droid 2 global, and my pretty new x2. The tbolt was consistently between 1160 and 1720. The d2g was between 1300 and 1650. My x2 has ALWAYS scored at least 2500 (and that was after I opened and backed out of a bunch of apps to see what it would do).

    Overall, very fast phone, and the only complaint I have (besides being impatient for custom roms) is the horrible video recordinh, but switching to save to internal memory fixed that.
     
  12. chris3896

    chris3896 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    End of the day the phone is fast. Quadrant scores are just fun to compare haha...quadrant isn't exactly used for much...
     
  13. rushmore

    rushmore Extreme Android User

    Especially due to the low ram issue. As stands, seems a fine sports car with bald tires.
     
  14. chris3896

    chris3896 Newbie
    Thread Starter


    So you mean a fine sports car with racing slicks :)
     
  15. rushmore

    rushmore Extreme Android User

    Yep :) ........ :(
     
  16. Steven58

    Moderator

    Day'um. Amazing! (Steven hides his droid x in shame)
     
  17. Teegunn

    Teegunn Android Expert


    The scores for the DX2 are nice, but with GB (I'm OC'd at 1.2, low voltage) the DX consistently scores between 1900 and 2100 for me. Not too shabby either, really. I was going to spring for the DX2 with my available upgrade, but have decided to hold off, especially with GB on the DX and the current buggy issues of the DX2.
     
  18. rushmore

    rushmore Extreme Android User

    Good move. If the issues are fixed with GB on the DX2, I will get the DX2 again. I miss the device, but NOT the problems- at all.

    Took me a day to readjust to the smaller display on the Inc.
     
  19. rankman

    rankman Well-Known Member

    Anybody see the smartphone envy review of the X2 vs ATRIX... X2 beat the ATRIX in quadrant and in browser speed. :)
     
  20. Teegunn

    Teegunn Android Expert

    To be honest, reading your posts was one of the big reasons I declined on using my upgrade on the DX2 right now. Obviously, the DX2 has some inherent problems, and it is possible a software update may not be able to fix them all. I am glad I waited, as my DX can likely do anything the DX2 can at this point, and from reports, much of it at least as quick and smooth if not moreso than the DX2. In other words, no reason to waste my upgrade at this time. For now, my DX will be fine until a worthy phone worth upgrading to hits on Verizon.
     

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