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Hey all,

Just bought my G300 from Vodafone, unlocked it and put in my SIM, not changed firmware or anything.

Downloaded Antutu to see what score I was getting and was shocked at the result.

On the Battery - 2469
On the Charger - 2700

This is pretty low.

I'm seeing others getting 3057, 2980, 3081 on battery out of the box and 3100 on charge!

Shall i send it back?

Thanks for replies

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Tbh those numbers seem fine, you'll find the numbers can differ alot and mainly due to the sdcard benchmark. So those with different sdcard speeds will have different overall benchmarks, hell you will even find hugely different sdcard benches even with the same sdcard! Example:

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and usually it's around 6mb/s write and 12mb/s read. Obviously on this particular run the odd boost in sdcard speed upped my score significantly.

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There you go check Patrick73's post, that's pretty early on so I'd assume GB rom and stock speed. You can actually see the breakdown score on each test so compare them to yours but just ignore the sdcard scores.

http://www.modaco.co...tu#entry1935518

Edited by Potatoes, 21 August 2012 - 09:38 PM.

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Thanks for the responses people, but i fear its not just the SD card thats slow on mine!

Benchmark results from AnTuTu v2.9.1
RAM - 270
CPU interger - 593
CPU float point - 377
2d Graphics - 248
3d graphics - 610
database io - 265
SD write - 33
SD read - 77



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Well said mate :))

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I don't understand this obsession some people have with benchmark scores. Surely what matters is how the phone 'feels' in operation? The whole comparing results of synthetic benchmark things smacks of a dick-swinging contest to me.

I shudder to think at the hours of my life I spent in my early twenties tweaking my PC to 'improve' my 3DMark scores but never actually seeing a perceptible difference in the smoothness of the games I played.

Frankly I would be embarrassed to take my phone back and, when asked what the fault is, to have to respond with "my Antutu score is the lowest in the playground".

Harsh? Shoot me; I'm in a bad mood.

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I don't understand this obsession some people have with benchmark scores. Surely what matters is how the phone 'feels' in operation? The whole comparing results of synthetic benchmark things smacks of a dick-swinging contest to me.

I shudder to think at the hours of my life I spent in my early twenties tweaking my PC to 'improve' my 3DMark scores but never actually seeing a perceptible difference in the smoothness of the games I played.

Frankly I would be embarrassed to take my phone back and, when asked what the fault is, to have to respond with "my Antutu score is the lowest in the playground".

Harsh? Shoot me; I'm in a bad mood.


try a custom rom

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Hi, tillaz. I have been following the thread about your Infusion ROM with interest and certainly plan to give it a go when I get a bit of time. Currently running Paul's Gr2. I don't see how this relates to my point about fretting over a few points here and there in synthetic benchmark tests though.

When I had my Blade I overclocked it to 729MHz. I checked the settings in SetCPU from time to time and on odd occasions I found it had reset back to 600MHz and I hadn't noticed.

My point is, why fret over points in benchmark apps if, in real world usage, the performance difference is imperceptible?

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I don't understand this obsession some people have with benchmark scores. Surely what matters is how the phone 'feels' in operation? The whole comparing results of synthetic benchmark things smacks of a dick-swinging contest to me.

I shudder to think at the hours of my life I spent in my early twenties tweaking my PC to 'improve' my 3DMark scores but never actually seeing a perceptible difference in the smoothness of the games I played.

Frankly I would be embarrassed to take my phone back and, when asked what the fault is, to have to respond with "my Antutu score is the lowest in the playground".

Harsh? Shoot me; I'm in a bad mood.


Just had to post to say well put :)

Agree 100%

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Just to let you know, i sent the phone back and got it for £20 cheaper in Tesco. This one is getting 3100 on the stock rom and is noticeably faster. So to the above posters that are trying to be smart, if you want to carry on being mugged off, then go for it! I on the otherhand will not....

Mod edit: No swearing on the forum please.

Edited by flibblesan, 13 September 2012 - 07:10 PM.
No swearing

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Test 1 (about 48 hours active time):

Total - 3037
RAM - 320
CPU interger - 627
CPU float point - 407
2d Graphics - 293
3d graphics - 983
database io - 265
SD write - 46
SD read - 86


Test 2 (reboot the phone):

Total - 2962
RAM - 320
CPU interger - 634
CPU float point - 369
2d Graphics - 294
3d graphics - 961
database io - 265
SD write - 59
SD read - 60


Test 3 (reboot the phone with killed applications):

Total - 3168
RAM - 321
CPU interger - 637
CPU float point - 405
2d Graphics - 294
3d graphics - 1005
database io - 355
SD write - 87
SD read - 64

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What?? Im about 1000 higher with standard clock 3900-4100. My top is 4502 with 1.2 GHz OC.
586 RAM
831 CPU int
691 CPU float point
333 2D
1472 3D
330 database io
150 SD write
109 SD read

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What?? Im about 1000 higher with standard clock 3900-4100. My top is 4502 with 1.2 GHz OC.
586 RAM
831 CPU int
691 CPU float point
333 2D
1472 3D
330 database io
150 SD write
109 SD read

A recent antutu update increased the scores. So unless you are using the same version the scores aren't really comparable.

Here's an example:

Older version:
Attached File  Screenshot_2012-09-10-11-48-05.png   82.99KB   24 downloads

Newer version:
Attached File  Screenshot_2012-12-10-12-07-44.png   172.49KB   27 downloads

I know the clocks are not exact but I doubt a 13mhz increase would result in a score increase of over a thousand. ;)

Edited by Cyda, 19 December 2012 - 11:27 AM.

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Is that test on the exact same rom Cyda? No changes to the rom?

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Is that test on the exact same rom Cyda? No changes to the rom?

Nope but I don't think the rom changes are THAT much faster to be honest. I'd be happy to be proved wrong though.

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As there is clearly some doubt over the validity of my claims I've provided some more example screenshots.

Same rom, same settings just a different Antutu version.

v2.9
Attached File  Screenshot_2012-12-19-12-22-41.png   83.21KB   15 downloadsAttached File  Screenshot_2012-12-19-12-31-43.png   84.66KB   14 downloads


v3.0.3
Attached File  Screenshot_2012-12-19-12-37-28.png   171.33KB   17 downloadsAttached File  Screenshot_2012-12-19-12-49-05.png   170.23KB   14 downloads


Case closed? ;)

Edited by Cyda, 19 December 2012 - 12:49 PM.

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Case closed? ;)


Addendum: Those screenies are a perfect demonstration of Antutu's suckiness; the i/o figures are whacked.

v3.0.3 Changelog:
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- Increased the scaling for the scores.
- Added some shiny icons
- Sorry, the I/O sampling is still god awful

OK, so the purposes of bragging, Antutu is fine - empty figures for a meaningless exhibit - but when people use it with the expection of meaningful diagnostic info... Doh.

Edited by unaszplodrmann, 19 December 2012 - 01:57 PM.

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A recent antutu update increased the scores. So unless you are using the same version the scores aren't really comparable.

Here's an example:

Older version:
Attached File  Screenshot_2012-09-10-11-48-05.png   82.99KB   24 downloads

Newer version:
Attached File  Screenshot_2012-12-10-12-07-44.png   172.49KB   27 downloads

I know the clocks are not exact but I doubt a 13mhz increase would result in a score increase of over a thousand. ;)

Why do I have 900 points less with your ROM ? Any idea?

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Why do I have 900 points less with your ROM ? Any idea?

Probably for the same reason that there is 200 points difference between those two v3 benchmarks above. Probably differences in sdcards. Who can say with Antutu it is random at best.

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cyda wich sd card you use?

the write speed looks amazing

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