Speed Question...Linpack MFLOP Scores

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  1. Phxphenom
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    I have BB1.1 and am running Pete's recommended 1GHZ......I downloaded Linpack for Android and I average a pretty consistent 7.9 MFLOP score......

    I was just curious about what others score and their setup.

    Have a great Memorial Day weekend.
    Marc
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    I get 10.1 mflops using CM 5.0.7 w/ p3's 1.25ghz kernel.
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    Im running about 9.1 at 1.1ghz
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    Same setup, 8.277 consistently.
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    9.667 bb 1.1
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    CM 5.0.7.1 with bekit's SV 1200 kernel, clocked at 1100, I can get in the mid 9s.
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    I get around 11.3 with Dominator 3.0 beta with P3Droid 1.2ghz.
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    I get 7-8.1 BBv1.1 1ghz Bekit Kernel
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    BB1.1, Bekit 1.1ghz, and I am getting a consistent 9.037
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    That's odd because even after using Advanced Task Killer, I still get different readings on Linpack.....You really get the same reading consistently?
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    First test was 5.5, remaining tests averaged between 8-9 Mflops.. Thats not good right? What exactly is an Mflop and what is it actually testing? because my setup is fast as balls.........

    Jrummy / Shiz
    Chevy's 1.1Ghz Kernal
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    First time was 9.006 and the next 4 times was 9.037. Then back to 9.006 once and 2 more times at 9.037. I would say that is about as consistent as you will get.
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    If I remember correctly it stands for Millions of Floating Point Operations Per Second
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    I get 8.252 on BB v1.1 at 1Ghz.
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    Jrummy, bekit 1ghz kernel, set at 900mhz with JIT I get 11.2, with 1ghz and JIT I get 12.5.
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    what did you use to enable JIT? i tried jitter (jrummy .8) but it completely locked me up, then couldn't get past M
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    I used Jitter. I had the same issues when using the enablejit script. Make sure to use the Cyan mode, not ese81.
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    bbv1.1 with jitter and 1.1ghz kernal i get a steady 11 gonna try it with the other version of jit
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    definitely chose cyan - when you say you had the same issues, did it just eventually work?

    it was my first time running jrummy, so i haven't taken the time to try again after getting all of the customizations/colors set (should've nandroided pre-Jitter, but had no issues using Jitter on stock root, so I got lazy)
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    hmmm i used the ESE 81 build for jitter and havent had any problems, am i using the wrong enable mode from jitter?
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