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JJ7 speed comparrison

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I have been on the JJ series and am very happy - the roms seem solid and the few faults that are outstanding are of little consequence BUT it they do seem slow. Ive just run the Quandrant Bench test and got a score of 350 which is about a third of the score of the fastest roms and I wondered if there was anyhting I am not doing right. I have JJ7 installed without overclocking enabled and was expecting to see a Quadrant score of at least 600 in this base config.

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Just forget about the 900+ scores: they were caused to (seemingly) a bug in Stagefright libraries, which have been disabled, so scores about 400 are actually correct ;)

http://android.modaco.com/content/zte-blad...41/stagefright/ for more info

350 is pretty low, though... with JJ RLS7 I've just redone the test and I got 431, with no overclocking (but HW UI addon installed), no airplane mode, usb connection on and 3G data on also.

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Wow, I am shocked by my quadrant score, it's my 1st time running it, have wifi, 3G and 2 apps running and scored an amzing 413, not too bad considering I have all that crap running! ;)

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This is what I get with JJ RLS7 overclocked @768, hw_ui on and ahb overclocking enabled:

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i want to test this benchmark stuff, can as many people as possible get linpack from marketplace and run and post scores here in the following format

rom used =

mflops =

time =

norm res =

precision =

here is mine

rom used = xenorom r4

mflops = 7.234

time = 12.39

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.220

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rom used = Japanese Jellyfish 7.5

mflops = 6.908

time = 12.14 seconds

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.22

and after reboot of the phone

rom used = Japanese Jellyfish 7.5

mflops = 7.258

time = 11.55 seconds

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.22

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rom used = Japanese Jellyfish RLS7

mflops = 6.939

time = 12.08

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.220

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MFLOPS: 8.734

Time: 9.6s

Norm res: 5.68

Precision: 2.220446049250313E-16

Overclocked to 760MHz though...

Quadrant score: 576

Edited by fonix232
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rom used = Japanese Jellyfish 7.5 (Overclocked to 672Mhz)

mflops = 8.06

time = 10.4 seconds

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.22

Quadrant = 538

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rom used = JapJelly RLS7 (768MHZ)

mflops = 8,902

time = 9,42 Seconds

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.22

Quadrant= 590

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rom used = Japanese Jellyfish 7.5 (729MHz)

mflops = 8,444

time = 9,93 Seconds

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.22

Quadrant= 553

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cpu @ 600Mhz

rom used = JJ RLS7

mflops = 7.175

time = 11.68

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.220...

cpu @ 652Mhz

rom used = JJ RLS7

mflops = 7.649

time = 10.96

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.220...

cpu @ 672Mhz

rom used = JJ RLS7

mflops = 8.117

time = 10.33

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.220...

cpu @ 691Mhz

rom used = JJ RLS7

mflops = 8.19

time = 10.24

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.220...

cpu @ 710Mhz

rom used = JJ RLS7

mflops = 8.467

time = 9.9

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.220...

cpu @ 729Mhz

rom used = JJ RLS7

mflops = 8.538

time = 9.82

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.220...

cpu @ 748Mhz

rom used = JJ RLS7

mflops = 9.241

time = 9.07

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.220...

Unfortunately after 729Mhz it gets very unstable for me.

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I have been on the JJ series and am very happy - the roms seem solid and the few faults that are outstanding are of little consequence BUT it they do seem slow. Ive just run the Quandrant Bench test and got a score of 350 which is about a third of the score of the fastest roms and I wondered if there was anyhting I am not doing right. I have JJ7 installed without overclocking enabled and was expecting to see a Quadrant score of at least 600 in this base config.

...What are these 'fastest roms' ?

Which Froyo ROM is the fastest ?

I thought it was Jellyfish ? Is it not fast then ? Perhaps it's all the Google stuff.

Are any of these roms running the Froyo kernel that you people now have source for actually faster and less laggy than the orange stock ? Is there any point in installing them ?

Thanks

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Just forget about the 900+ scores: they were caused to (seemingly) a bug in Stagefright libraries, which have been disabled, so scores about 400 are actually correct ;)

http://android.modaco.com/content/zte-blad...41/stagefright/ for more info

350 is pretty low, though... with JJ RLS7 I've just redone the test and I got 431, with no overclocking (but HW UI addon installed), no airplane mode, usb connection on and 3G data on also.

Didnt know about the stagefright libraries giving iffy scores, but ive just had a go with Pauls MCR 10 and its giving me a Quadrant score of 946 - are the stagefright libraires again to blame and is this 946 score bogus too?

rom used = MCR r10

mflops = 6.952

time = 12.06

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.220...

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Didnt know about the stagefright libraries giving iffy scores, but ive just had a go with Pauls MCR 10 and its giving me a Quadrant score of 946 - are the stagefright libraires again to blame and is this 946 score bogus too?

rom used = MCR r10

mflops = 6.952

time = 12.06

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.220...

Unless you have a phone that isn't a blade, I think that 946 at this point is very unlikely. The highest "real score" I've seen for a Blade is about 670.

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Didnt know about the stagefright libraries giving iffy scores, but ive just had a go with Pauls MCR 10 and its giving me a Quadrant score of 946 - are the stagefright libraires again to blame and is this 946 score bogus too?

rom used = MCR r10

mflops = 6.952

time = 12.06

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.220...

Yeah.

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quadrant 580

at 691 mhz

normal use of the phone with 3g and so on

CAP2011012503391.jpg

691 seems stable

12 hours runing play divx mails and so on no crash

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rom used = jj RLS9

mflops = 7.817

time = 10.73

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.22

Fresh turn on.

My friend has a htc desire and gets a quadrant score of 12xx is it really 3x quicker eventhough the proc is only twice as fast? or do they suffer from stagefreight too??

edit:

just installed hardware accel

rom used = jj rls9 hw accel

mflops = 7.787

time = 10.77

norm res = 5.68

precision =2.22

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rom used = jj RLS9

mflops = 7.817

time = 10.73

norm res = 5.68

precision = 2.22

Fresh turn on.

My friend has a htc desire and gets a quadrant score of 12xx is it really 3x quicker eventhough the proc is only twice as fast? or do they suffer from stagefreight too??

edit:

just installed hardware accel

rom used = jj rls9 hw accel

mflops = 7.787

time = 10.77

norm res = 5.68

precision =2.22

I don't know for sure, but I was under the impression that this stagefright thing was a froyo thing not only effecting the blade, but that could be completely wrong.

Mike

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