Overclocked Google Nexus 7 scores high on Quadrant Benchmark
0. phoneArena 08 Aug 2012, 05:26 posted on
While many of us would never consider overclocking our devices for fear of shortening an already short battery life to say nothing about the overall health of our gadget, there are those who live for the rush you get from pushing the envelope on your device...
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1. wendygarett (unregistered)
I'm starting to trust nvidia chips now, the only things i complain about is the overheat of the chips... nothings else more... thats why i prefer the qualcomm cooler chips :)
3. XPERIA-KNIGHT (Posts: 2375; Member since: 08 Aug 2012)
now just imagine an overclocked S4 chip.....
4. smartphonemad (Posts: 42; Member since: 10 Jul 2012)
And one of their pro ones overclocked... *salivates*
7. OptimusOne (Posts: 694; Member since: 22 May 2012)
and imagine if it is an overclocked QUADCORE s4 chip....
we would see scrores in 8000s
10. ghostkilla1388 (Posts: 50; Member since: 11 Jun 2012)
Nvidia and qualcomm team up *epic phone*
16. skymitch89 (Posts: 925; Member since: 05 Nov 2010)
That's more of a fantasy than a reality seeing as how Nvidia and Qualcomm are rival chip manufacturers. An even better fantasy would be to see Qualcomm and Samsung team up.
6. OptimusOne (Posts: 694; Member since: 22 May 2012)
man i wish it was like 9100 so i could say
hey whats the nexus 7's power level?
ITS OVER 9000!
9. matty1323 (Posts: 15; Member since: 22 Nov 2011)
Nice Fat Type-O - "Google Nexus 7 tablet and overclocked it to 1.64MHz" Holy Snap! 1.64 MHz?!?!?! It's like the days of the first Intel chips with 128kb of ram!
11. ph00ny (Posts: 529; Member since: 26 May 2011)
Since a lot of you do not understand how custom kernel impacts the quadrant scores, let me break it down.
You see the ballooned IO score on the Nexus? That's because IO scores are ballooned through running IO tests from memory instead of NAND storage. Same trick utilized to "fake" qudrant tests for many years now. This is also the same reason why i'm always questioning Qualcomm S4 based device scores in quadrant
In terms of performance gained, CPU portion of the quadrant should be a good indicator
This is the same reason why franco kernel typically outperforms other kernels in quadrant by a big margin on the same device
14. IamYourFather6657 (Posts: 321; Member since: 01 Jul 2012)
i dont trust quadrant
i trust antutu
19. OptimusOne (Posts: 694; Member since: 22 May 2012)
Quadrant makes my single core 600 lg optimus t better than every almost every dual core device with a 3100 quadrant score
It also makes my acer iconia a100 Tegra 2 seem the best with a 6000 quadrant score
I love quadrant so many bragging rights :-)
20. OptimusOne (Posts: 694; Member since: 22 May 2012)
I love Franco kernel I still use it on my optimus one when Franco was still developing for it
13. IamYourFather6657 (Posts: 321; Member since: 01 Jul 2012)
if overclocking the chip give shorter lifespan then htc is doing a stupid mistake
they overclock the snapdragon s3 to 1.7ghz on the asian htc one s
15. blowfish (Posts: 10; Member since: 10 Feb 2012)
1.64MHz - It should be 1.64GHz. :) 1.64MHz sure is slow.
17. BREvenson (Posts: 181; Member since: 17 May 2012)
Never been crazy about benchmark tests...as a classic EVO owner, I find that overclocking my phone does help to keep it performing on the same levels as most newer phones, but I never really bother with the numbers from Quadrant...mainly because the numbers aren't always consistent (one test brings a 985 on Quad, second test two minutes later gets a 1070) and they don't always determine what makes a phone run well. A phone can be smooth and powerful without a high score, though high scores do get a lot of publicity for the devices.