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[PATCH] Adreno 200 GLES libraries for Ginberbread ROMs

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36.3 FPS Neocore at 902 MHz WITH OLD LIBS

36.2 FPs Neocore at 902 MHz WITH NEW LIBS

NO DIFFERENCE ON CM7 ICE ARMOUR III WITH NEOCORE TEST

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Strange. 45 fps on skatie at 902...

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I got 50.4fps on neocore and my antutu benchmark is....

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Strange. 45 fps on skatie at 902...

I'll do another test.

ROM: CyanogenMod 7 Ice Armour III by Kelzsoca

CPU Range: 122 MHz to 902 MHz, Smartassv2 governor

OMC

Yup, 36.4 FPS . So, no difference on CyanogenMod roms.

Lemme do the Antutu

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Hello my friends .... follow Screen found that improved performance, but only with the frequency of less than 1ghz overclocked above it in the Antutu caught 3 times I tried to do the test. Hugs!

:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

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I'll do another test.

ROM: CyanogenMod 7 Ice Armour III by Kelzsoca

CPU Range: 122 MHz to 902 MHz, Smartassv2 governor

OMC

Yup, 36.4 FPS . So, no difference on CyanogenMod roms.

Lemme do the Antutu

Use the performance governor

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Not being a gamer myself is there any advantage in updating the libraries? I am mainly thinking along the lines of smoother UI or better battery life.

I am currently using logicMod ROM with stock Kernel.

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In this case it will not make a noticeable difference, I think.

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Not being a gamer myself is there any advantage in updating the libraries? I am mainly thinking along the lines of smoother UI or better battery life.

I am currently using logicMod ROM with stock Kernel.

if you add this to the build.prop its possible that it could. (renders UI with the GPU)

debug.composition.type=gpu

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Works on ice armor for me @jetkun,even though I am using stock clock speed!

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I'll do another test.

ROM: CyanogenMod 7 Ice Armour III by Kelzsoca

CPU Range: 122 MHz to 902 MHz, Smartassv2 governor

OMC

Yup, 36.4 FPS . So, no difference on CyanogenMod roms.

Lemme do the Antutu

Hi,

I've been following this great forum for a while - Congrats to all contributors:)

First post:

I've successfully applied this path.

Here is what I use:

ROM: CyanogenMod 7 Latest Nightly

CPU Range: 122 MHz to 979 MHz, Smartassv2 governor

Results in Antutu (3d):

606 -> 707

Jo

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if you add this to the build.prop its possible that it could. (renders UI with the GPU)

debug.composition.type=gpu

This seem to have been done as part of flashing the new libraries. No obvious difference but nothing broken either.

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I got 48fps on neocore after adding this to atomic v8.

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I'll do another test.

ROM: CyanogenMod 7 Ice Armour III by Kelzsoca

CPU Range: 122 MHz to 902 MHz, Smartassv2 governor

OMC

Yup, 36.4 FPS . So, no difference on CyanogenMod roms.

Lemme do the Antutu

I've got the same results

rom: miui m&m (based on IA III)

cpu: 902 mhz max, smartass v2

Neocore benchmark: same ~36 FPS before or after lib update

Antutu benchmark : 3d mark jumps from 551 to 684 after lib update

There is no difference for both benchmarks with or without the build.prop tweak

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I got 50.4fps on neocore and my antutu benchmark is....

post-953079-0-64516900-1331234507_thumb.

I've just run this benchmark using LogicMod overclocked to 979 MHz (just for testing purposes, I don't usually run it this high) and comparing it to razzmataz's results, mine scored about the same or higher in all categories expect for CPU float-point, where it was a significantly lower 29. Does anybody know what CPU float-point is and why there would be such a difference between the two phones/roms? I'm asking purely out of curiosity. Thanks.

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I've just run this benchmark using LogicMod overclocked to 979 MHz (just for testing purposes, I don't usually run it this high) and comparing it to razzmataz's results, mine scored about the same or higher in all categories expect for CPU float-point, where it was a significantly lower 29. Does anybody know what CPU float-point is and why there would be such a difference between the two phones/roms? I'm asking purely out of curiosity. Thanks.

its just because of a lib i never included in logic, atomic has high float point

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I've just run this benchmark using LogicMod overclocked to 979 MHz (just for testing purposes, I don't usually run it this high) and comparing it to razzmataz's results, mine scored about the same or higher in all categories expect for CPU float-point, where it was a significantly lower 29. Does anybody know what CPU float-point is and why there would be such a difference between the two phones/roms? I'm asking purely out of curiosity. Thanks.

A search on Google shows that it is measured in FLOPS (floating point operations per second) which basically means how many instructions per second the CPU can handle. For example, a computer running x86 would have significantly less FLOPS than a computer running on x64. Yet this still doesn't explain why ours are different much..

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The trick is to replace /system/lib/libm.so with another one e.g. from rom that has high score. This will fix float-point score

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has anybody tried this in CM9 ColdFusionX?

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has anybody tried this in CM9 ColdFusionX?

I wouldn't try, these are for gingerbread....ics libraries for ics on armv6 haven't been released yet..

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ok thanks

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I wouldn't try, these are for gingerbread....ics libraries for ics on armv6 haven't been released yet..

yeah and what do you think is already in there? Gingerbread libraries, but these libs are in there already.

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yeah and what do you think is already in there? Gingerbread libraries, but these libs are in there already.

Modified gingerbread libs though...

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CM7 IceArmor II

Before: post-963284-0-07989100-1332704769_thumb.

After: post-963284-0-39015700-1332704805_thumb.

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CyanogenMod 7 for ZTE Skate (Updated 06/01!!) + Adreno 200 GLES Linraries =

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I changed the CyanogenMod 7 and greatly improved with only 902Mhz!

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