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For reference!

1.03 with MCR Add-On r1...

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Spppeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeedddd!!!

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Bugger Me!!!! ...

That is quick ... I think its safe to say that any dual core Tegra 2 is future proofed for a while, and that buying something like the Archos 101 is probably not a good idea

Can't wait for optimised Tegra 2 android and apps ...

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Its very good, but there is work to do. The Streak is hitting those speeds now. Are there any breakdowns of the speeds using Quadrant Advanced?

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For reference!

1.03 with MCR Add-On r1...

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plz play neocore benchmarks!

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45-46fps in neocore here

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45-46fps in neocore here

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How does that compare to say a Nexus or Desire?

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i get 58 fps on the Desire HD

you also have a lower resolution with fewer pixels to render on the DHD

on my desire, i get around 31 fps

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you also have a lower resolution with fewer pixels to render on the DHD

on my desire, i get around 31 fps

neocoredesire.th.png

Good point! So it compares very well to the Desire. I thought it would but that's nearly 30% better with 60% more pixels to render.

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