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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by Natey2, Sep 22, 2011.

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    Just ran it. Here are the results.

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    Thanks! It actually writes a text file named nbench.txt to the root directory of your SD card with those results.
    Looking at the numbers, the Memory and Integer indices are about the same as a DroidX, but it is much faster at Floating Point stuff. And of course, there are 2 of those cores in the Bionic, compared to just 1 on the DroidX. I believe the nbench test only tests 1 core.
    An app designed to use both cores should run much faster on the Bionic.
    And I'm guessing that an app that does little/no Floating Point arithmetic and that only uses 1 core will run at about the same speed as on the DroidX.

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