Discussion in 'Liquid' started by hrdnhvy, Jun 4, 2011.
This was done on the very first run...
How do you see your Quadrant Score?
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Go to the market & download "quadrant standard"...
I'm not trying to be a downer for you and if the phone feels fast great but that score is using some trickery(very common) on the I/o or using ext. 4 look at green bar compared to the others. It really do you feel its fast enough and better than other experiences on Roms . That's all that matters
Of course it wouldnt be all that valid unless it would replicate....I just ran 2 more runs...
what speed setting
What speed you have it at
No downer at all, I know most people dont hold much credence to quadrant scores anyway, I guess it was initially a bit suprising to myself to see it that high, I have never before scored higher than the very low 1500's...so it was suprising to me at least...like u said bottom line is how it performs in real life use, & its plenty good for me.
Its Chevy's 1.1ghz kernel & of course set on performance..
Wonder when they'll update that list of legacy devices and add some new stuff for a change.
That got me to thinking, I did those with "quadrant advanced" which to my knowledge is not even available anymore, so maybe it is outdated, new runs with "standard" to come.
Advanced IS still available and is no more or less up to date than standard ; its just not on the Google market. They sell it on SlideMe.
I'll post up my recent result, lol best I've ever got. Yes I also noticed a jump in the I/O section but it was not something I gamed on purpose.
Maybe something new in more recent GB builds?
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this was last night, chevy1 1.25lv.
Interesting....ran 2 runs with "quadrant standard" results below....maybe sumpin is diff in advanced...
If anything this just goes to support the inconsistencies one gets via quadrant.
-ID can I get u to download the standard version & run a few passes & see what u get in comparison to using the advances version.
I used to pull close to the 1800's with bekits old kernels back in the day... haven't checked a quadrant score in quite some time
Nothing to do with this thread... but I see you're running 2.0 rc... What changes are you seeing? Is it really major release type thing or just an incremental change... can't get higher than 1.9... kind of thing.
EDIT: Sorry for this post... bad practice. hrdnhvy, pm me or maybe start a new thread with 2.0 changes if you would.
The 2.0rc2 is in his sig actually.
ok, here ya go. Last night i was on the latest winner00 CM7 build. Back to LGB1.92 now (i keep coming home!) so the numbers aren't as high, but they're pretty much the same on the free and the paid app. they're both the same version, and i think the tests they run are identical. the only difference i see is that the free version doesn't break out the individual scores on the graph, and won't show you the result at all if you can't get a data connection to phone home first. that's the only reason i bought the paid version, because i got sick of running tests and then not being able to see the results just because i happend to be in data hell at the moment, lmao.
I dont get it. With Quadrant Standard, I never been able to break 1200 or so. With advanced, I just scored 1400 something. Dont get me wrong, thats sweet, but why such a difference? Makes you question the results.
I am running LGB 1.92 with Chevys Low 1.1 5-31-11 build set to performance.
Same here, even set to 1.1 with performance mode, I'm only getting 1000-1100 scores on Quadrant Standard....
I'm using corcor's 1.1 kernel lgb 1.8
IMHO Chevy's new kernels smoke corcors and of course since I was going for Max speed I ran 1.25 on performance governor.
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