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    How do they do it!?!?

    Okay was just messing around with linpack and getting in the tens and figured I would check the rankings online.... how are they getting 50 freaking mflops!!! How how how.... I have OC and JIT as high as they can go and tried to get but highest I ever got was around 13mflops so how are they getting so high up???
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    Quote Originally Posted by thorn11166 View Post
    Okay was just messing around with linpack and getting in the tens and figured I would check the rankings online.... how are they getting 50 freaking mflops!!! How how how.... I have OC and JIT as high as they can go and tried to get but highest I ever got was around 13mflops so how are they getting so high up???
    I want mine that high...
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    I'm not sure how they get that hi, but make sure you shut down all the background running services as well. That will give you a boost.
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    That's called a program exploit. Nobody has a real score that high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adrynalyne View Post
    That's called a program exploit. Nobody has a real score that high.
    Some of them did. You gotta look at what device their using. The top two if I remeber correctly are computers running Android in a VM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alienware777 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by adrynalyne View Post
    That's called a program exploit. Nobody has a real score that high.
    Some of them did. You gotta look at what device their using. The top two if I remeber correctly are computers running Android in a VM.
    Now that's interesting. I sure didn't realize ppl were running Android on their computers. I'm running VMWare Workstation and they don't show Android as a supported Guest OS. I guess it's time to start googling. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SANhacker View Post
    Now that's interesting. I sure didn't realize ppl were running Android on their computers. I'm running VMWare Workstation and they don't show Android as a supported Guest OS. I guess it's time to start googling. Thanks.
    The Android SDK has an emulator that will let you run a virtual device on you desktop.
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    Ahhh. Thanks for the clarification.
    I was hoping I could do things like, install SPRecovery into a VM, do nandroid restores into that VM, customize and test, then do a nandroid backup which I could then restore on the phone. I must have been dreaming. lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SANhacker View Post
    Ahhh. Thanks for the clarification.
    I was hoping I could do things like, install SPRecovery into a VM, do nandroid restores into that VM, customize and test, then do a nandroid backup which I could then restore on the phone. I must have been dreaming. lol.
    That would be amazing. We here at droidhacks need to make this possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alienware777 View Post
    That would be amazing. We here at droidhacks need to make this possible.
    Exactly. Your post got my wheels turning as I started to think about the possibilities. I mean, VMWare WS supports all sorts of Linux variants as the guest OS. If we could boot up Android in that VM I don't see why this wouldn't work. i.e. the SDK says it runs on Linux. Ubuntu is all they tested but isn't Android just another Linux ?

    Install Android OS, Flash Recovery, nandroid restore. EZZZPZZZ

    We could then create virtual drives of \sdcard. droooool.

    OP, sorry about hijacking your thread. I will now cease and desist.

    But, if you want 50 mflops, this would do the trick. Can you say 70, 80, ...
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