Android Quadrant Benchmark Scores

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  1. qaiz

    qaiz Active Member

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    So I thought I would make a thread discussing quadrant benchmark scores on your Android devices and maybe compare them with each other. This is a Apple based site but I know many of you guys have Android devices

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    As you know, android devices are very powerful these days and with the tons of hacks and Roms available for them, they get even better with age!

    I would love to see all your scores!

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    Heres my Benchmark scores from my Samsung Galaxy S-I9000

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    Pretty nice huh?

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  2. procharged

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    Ya ..I have the captivate and while the ext2 lag fix does help a little the voodoo version is better. The quadrant score is a little lower and you don't lose any storage space since it converts the whole filesystem from from rfs to ext4 without using a buffer to take up space. Even faster than both of them is the leaked froyo build that I'm using. It flies.
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    My US Cellular HTC Desire with a cyanogen mod nightly gets about 1500.
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    Old one. Samsung vibrant using JAKs OC/UV 1.2GHz kernel with RyanZA's lagfix. Recently switched to JAK's OC/UV kernel with Voodoo lagfix. The phone feels like its running a bit better with voodoo rather then RyanZA lagfix, but quadrant actually shows a lower score with voodoo.

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    I get about 2000 with voodoo

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  5. qaiz

    qaiz Active Member

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    Thats a very nice score indeed

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    My Galaxy S is running a stock kernel with MCR LagFix

    ps, thanks for the tip

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  6. procharged

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    ya..i really prefer voodoo over one click lag fix. oclf uses ext2 and makes a buffer that takes up space which im not a huge fan of but it is fast. voodoo completely converts the filesystem from rfs to ext4 and you dont really lose any space since its not using a buffer. i also think voodoo is faster than oclf even with the lower quadrant scores
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    Found a good post on RFS lag a the different fixes. Looks like the lag is cause by a combination of RFS and the MoviNAND chip the galaxy s line uses. Voodoo replaces RFS with EXT4 which reduces real writes to MoviNAND. OCLF creates a loopback filesystem of EXT2 which again reduces real writes to MoviNAND. Basically the same as voodoo, but OCLF's loopback approach also speeds up Sqlite databases which most android apps use. It explains the higher quadrant scores using oclf.

    I'll still take voodoo over oclf for more space for apps, plus I noticed random freezes with oclf over time.
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    SGS 1.3GHz oclf 2.3.1
    2433 quadrant score.
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    I'll post mine in a bit.

    There we go.

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