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Topic # 66802 23-Aug-2010 23:24
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Here's a handy site I found for smartphone benchmarking using quadrant. Link here

Here's my result running Samsung Galaxy S with lag fix. 



 

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  Reply # 371899 23-Aug-2010 23:49
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1177 Leedroid 1.9 on HTC Desire, lots of crap open before the benchmark and SetCPU scaling ondemand.

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  Reply # 371906 24-Aug-2010 00:32
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Tried to OC my Nexus to 1.113GHz, but it spontaneously rebooted during the Quadrant video test (moving down the stone hallway - froze....restarted). 

I didn't tick "set on boot" as that can see my trying to UNset before it crashes again...and that can be a challenge.

But 1.07522 GHz is solid all day, every day.  




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  Reply # 371909 24-Aug-2010 00:42
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Had another try at 1.113GHz. 

The phone seems to be.......getting used to it?

Here's the quadrant result for that run.

Nexus One @ 1.113GHz Quandrant Benchmark 




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  Reply # 371916 24-Aug-2010 02:05
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You going to keep it at that level overclocked? Is there any danger to running your phone overclocked?

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  Reply # 371971 24-Aug-2010 09:45
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androidmnz: You going to keep it at that level overclocked? Is there any danger to running your phone overclocked?


It doesn't get too hot...so no. No real danger. I suppose I may corrupt my sdcard in the worst case. I'm backed up (not born yesterday). 

But it was wasn't stable. Longest I lasted yesterday evening was 15 mins. Every other time i tried it the phone locked up within 5 mins and I had to pull the battery.

The one time i tried it 1.113GHz min *and* max it barely lasted a minute after boot.

My phone does NOT like 1.113GHz....but runs all day long on 1.07522GHz with no instability at all.

Mind you, CM 6 aggressively scales back CPU to save battery. If it does get to the top speed, it's only there for mere seconds before falling back.




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  Reply # 372124 24-Aug-2010 14:13
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Woo! TBH, it's plenty fast enough for me :) Using Pinky Desire 1.8 + HTC Sense.



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  Reply # 372237 24-Aug-2010 16:08
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eXDee: 1177 Leedroid 1.9 on HTC Desire, lots of crap open before the benchmark and SetCPU scaling ondemand.

Now running LeeDroid 1.9a after a full wipe, nothing else installed yet. 1195

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  Reply # 372419 25-Aug-2010 00:16
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Here's my nexus running at 1.228ghz, gotta love overclocking



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  Reply # 372422 25-Aug-2010 00:43
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And it's consistently stable at that level of overclocking?

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  Reply # 372423 25-Aug-2010 00:54
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androidmnz: And it's consistently stable at that level of overclocking?


Yup no problems so far, but I like to put the cpu scaling to ondemand or conservative so it never stays at the full clock speed for very long. Its also undervolted to 900mV, makes my battery last just that bit longer.



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  Reply # 372426 25-Aug-2010 01:34
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teihoata:
androidmnz: And it's consistently stable at that level of overclocking?


Yup no problems so far, but I like to put the cpu scaling to ondemand or conservative so it never stays at the full clock speed for very long. Its also undervolted to 900mV, makes my battery last just that bit longer.


That's an excellent idea. How long do you get out of a battery?

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  Reply # 372457 25-Aug-2010 08:26
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androidmnz:
teihoata:
androidmnz: And it's consistently stable at that level of overclocking?


Yup no problems so far, but I like to put the cpu scaling to ondemand or conservative so it never stays at the full clock speed for very long. Its also undervolted to 900mV, makes my battery last just that bit longer.


That's an excellent idea. How long do you get out of a battery?


Most of the time I get just over 2 days with moderate usage, texting every few minutes, the occasional movie/gaming on the bus and wifi surfing quite a lot. Switched my data network and 3g off to save more battery as I don't use them. I was barely able to get a day on my old 3gs with the same/less usage so I'm stocked I changed.

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