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  1. fuzio1963

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    Must LUV that Kernel... :)
     

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    Which kernel are you using?
     
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    6649 stock....runs mid 6's +
     
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    Quadrant Score of 6741 is stock Kernel, un-rooted phone. 6959 is for stock Kernel, but phone has been rooted. And 8337 score is for rooted phone and Note-2-Core Kernel, CPU overclocked to 1800.


    Kernel Note2Core
     

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    Only got 6232 on my stock.

    Is there anything I can do to get a better score that does not involve rooting my phone?
     
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    Dumb question, but what are you talking about?
     
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    I hate these pissing contests. Makes zero difference in the day to day usability of the phone, so what's the point?
     
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    So the number is not directly related to the power the phone puts out towards general operation?
     
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    Qft :D
     
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    Good lord, people are still using Quadrant? Please, at least use a benchmark with some kind of validity.
     
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    Any recommendations?
     
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    The 4th post in this thread demonstrates how unreliable it is. The same setup in the first 2 benchmarks and a 200 point difference in the scores.

    Root access by itself doesn't have any system performance impact, so that's just how unreliable quadrant is.
     
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    Here you go - ANTUTU.
     

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    How do you read the results? what is good?

    Sent from my SCH-I605 using Tapatalk 2
     
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    Interesting. My Verizon GN2 is clocked at 1600 MHz. I didn't realize the different carriers had them at diff clock rates.
     
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    I thought all note 2's were at 1600mhz, my unlocked uk version is.
     
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    They are, stock. His is overclocked.
     

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