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  Reply # 534028 16-Oct-2011 18:01 Send private message

Browsermark and Peacekeeper look like decent browser benches.

Also how about GUIMark3? http://www.craftymind.com/guimark3/ with some combination of the different tests perhaps.

GLBenchmark only appears to support iOS and Android and am not aware of any other multi-platform WP7 benchmark suites.

Agreed on the battery life opinion, I can just as easily make a charge last half a day or three days depending on how I use it and battery draining/benchmarks are hardly going to be standard across platforms.

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  Reply # 534035 16-Oct-2011 18:19 Send private message

Ah I didn't realise GLBench didn't support WP7 :(

GUIMark 3 sounds good anyhow. Does anyone else want to suggest anything? 




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  Reply # 534037 16-Oct-2011 18:22 Send private message

Sorry folks but locking this because of the name calling.




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