Why are our MFLOPS scores so low?

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  1. razorseal

    razorseal Member

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    most 1ghz androids get a MFLOPS of ~30...

    our OC'd droids get around ~19. yet in quadrant we score MUCH higher, passing the nexus one by a mile. what's up with that? can anyone explain?
     
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    where do you get mflops on other phones clocked at the same speed?

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    Testing 2 different things really. Quadrant seems to be an overall system test so I would say its score is more relative than linpacks.

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    I'm wondering the same thing

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  5. razorseal

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    Here ya go
     
  6. razorseal

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    but still, linpack checks the CPU. so is OC'd OMAP to 1250 is bs compared to snapdragon 1ghz?
     
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    I don't think its bs....they work differently is all. I wouldn't worry about theoretical scores anyways.

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  8. Leonius

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    Different processors get different performance at different speeds. I used to have an amd clocked slower than my buddy's intel and we got similar performance.
     
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    Yea im only getting 18 btw
     
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    I have p3ds 1.2gighz kernal and im only getting 9. I cant figure that one out.
     
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    LOL the Linpack benchmark is a static, synthetic benchmark very similar to the BogoMips that used to be reported when booting into VERY early versions of linux. A true benchmarking suite like SpecFP / SpecInt would be a better test overall if they ever made something like that for Android. Quadrant is a decent overall benchmark testing system and graphics performance.
     
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    Chevyno1 1.2 ghz, and i get 19,s even gotten a 28
     
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