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Linpack and Quadrant scores

Discussion in 'Thunderbolt Hacks' started by hobby31, Mar 21, 2011.

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    I got the TB last friday. Coming from a DX I was hesitant but I must say so far I am impressed. The TB is snappy. I did some Linpack and quadrant scores prior to rooting it last night. I was getting avg Linpacks in the 30's and quadrants in the 1650 to 1700 range. After rooting the linpacks dropped to the high 20's on average but the quadrants stayed the same. I used version 2 to root by the way. This thing scores better out of the box than any other android I've had. I've had the D1, Incredible, D2, DX, and now the TB. I was going to hold out for the Bionic but I think I'll be satified with the TB...for now. Just thought I would pass this along as I haven't seen anyone talking about these scores.
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    My QS score was around 1650 both before and after rooting. After installing and running SetCPU (without custom kernel it maxes out at 1024MHz) my QS immediately jumped up to 1857. I'm not sure what really changed without changing kernels but a jump of 200 isn't something to sneeze at. :icon_eek:
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    1791 my most recent Quadrant score
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    I'm averaging right around 1850-1900 on my tbolt. Highest I've achieved was 2051...

    Can't wait til there are custom kernels available and we can overclock/undervolt these beasts.

    Sent from my ADR6400L
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    I pulled mid 1800's consistently right out of the box...rooting should not change a thing because no source code is out to upgrade the kernels

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    Correct, but with root access you can change the CPU governor to performance while running benchmarks which will consistency give you higher numbers.

    Sent from my ADR6400L
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    Just rooted & ran quadrant right away & this is what I got 2nd try (first was 1926)...

    View attachment 29944
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    i got 1894 my first day but since i rooted its been avg about 1800
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    Did you install SetCPU?
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    Nice! I get high 1600's on a rooted DroidX. That new processor is rockin! I'm pretty sure the Tbolt smokes on the Neocore FPS benchmark as well (like 20 FPS higher).
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    Here are my Linpack results...

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