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Old 08-25-2010, 11:52 AM
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Benchmarking overclocked TP2s

Now that we have good options for overclocking the TP2

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=162

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Overclock TP2 in WM?

Does anyone have any ideas for measuring the impact of different clock speeds in an objective way?

For example is there a video player that will display the amount of frames per second it is able to process or a calculation intense procedure that we can have the TP2 time?

I considered using a stopwatch to measure boot-up time, but realized that the methods we have set the clock speed late in the boot process, so I couldn't expect any change in speed.
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Re: Benchmarking overclocked TP2s

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Old 08-25-2010, 01:36 PM
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Re: Benchmarking overclocked TP2s

spb benchmark.
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Old 08-25-2010, 04:16 PM
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Re: Benchmarking overclocked TP2s

Here are my results with SPB Benchmarks v1.6. All results are in Ms and lower is better/faster

ROM = Formula's SPB MobileSense 3.5.5 - Formula.LD.23563.E.080410.exe (WM 6.5 COM5)

Clean flash done right before tests with Task29 prior(to assure integrity)
Fresh reboot + 2 mins wait(to make sure startup apps are fully loaded) done before EACH run.
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Stock (530mhz) - neither Msm7kCpuSpeed nor any other OCing program installed

RUN #1
----------FILE SYSTEM----------
Write 1MB file = 454ms
Read 1MB file = 64ms
Copy 1 MB file = 489ms
Write 10kb x 100 files = 3910ms
Read 10kb X 100 files = 336ms
Copy 10kb X 100 files = 3275ms
Dir. list of 2k files = 1202ms
Internal adatabase read = 808ms
-----------------MISC.-----------------
Compress 1MB file using ZIP = 2719ms
Decompress 1024x768 JPEG file = 409ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MFLOPS = 3485ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MOPS = 1023ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MWIPS = 7316ms
Copy 1MB using memcpy = 8ms

RUN #2
----------FILE SYSTEM----------
Write 1MB file = 453ms
Read 1MB file = 64ms
Copy 1 MB file = 487ms
Write 10kb x 100 files = 3820ms
Read 10kb X 100 files = 327ms
Copy 10kb X 100 files = 3218ms
Dir. list of 2k files = 1201ms
Internal adatabase read = 795ms
-----------------MISC.-----------------
Compress 1MB file using ZIP = 2705ms
Decompress 1024x768 JPEG file = 401ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MFLOPS = 3488ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MOPS = 1030ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MWIPS = 7319ms
Copy 1MB using memcpy = 8ms

RUN #3
----------FILE SYSTEM----------
Write 1MB file = 455ms
Read 1MB file = 66ms
Copy 1 MB file = 488ms
Write 10kb x 100 files = 4088ms
Read 10kb X 100 files = 342ms
Copy 10kb X 100 files = 3323ms
Dir. list of 2k files = 1218ms
Internal adatabase read = 788ms
-----------------MISC.-----------------
Compress 1MB file using ZIP = 2743ms
Decompress 1024x768 JPEG file = 409ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MFLOPS = 3478ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MOPS = 1020ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MWIPS = 7300ms
Copy 1MB using memcpy = 8ms

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Overclocked to 787Mhz with Auto_OC tool via Msm7kCpuSpeed V2

RUN #1
----------FILE SYSTEM----------
Write 1MB file = 441ms
Read 1MB file = 57ms
Copy 1 MB file = 482ms
Write 10kb x 100 files = 3148ms
Read 10kb X 100 files = 284ms
Copy 10kb X 100 files = 3036ms
Dir. list of 2k files = 1030ms
Internal adatabase read = 639ms
-----------------MISC.-----------------
Compress 1MB file using ZIP = 2370ms
Decompress 1024x768 JPEG file = 303ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MFLOPS = 2358ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MOPS = 737ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MWIPS = 4977ms
Copy 1MB using memcpy = 7ms


RUN #2
----------FILE SYSTEM----------
Write 1MB file = 436ms
Read 1MB file = 58ms
Copy 1 MB file = 495ms
Write 10kb x 100 files = 3152ms
Read 10kb X 100 files = 294ms
Copy 10kb X 100 files = 3077ms
Dir. list of 2k files = 1043ms
Internal adatabase read = 652ms
-----------------MISC.-----------------
Compress 1MB file using ZIP = 2359ms
Decompress 1024x768 JPEG file = 307ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MFLOPS = 2367ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MOPS = 751ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MWIPS = 4987ms
Copy 1MB using memcpy = 7ms

RUN #3
----------FILE SYSTEM----------
Write 1MB file = 430ms
Read 1MB file = 56ms
Copy 1 MB file = 494ms
Write 10kb x 100 files = 3158ms
Read 10kb X 100 files = 278ms
Copy 10kb X 100 files = 3056ms
Dir. list of 2k files = 1021ms
Internal adatabase read = 604ms
-----------------MISC.-----------------
Compress 1MB file using ZIP = 2401ms
Decompress 1024x768 JPEG file = 308ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MFLOPS = 2358ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MOPS = 753ms
CPU Test: Whetstones MWIPS = 4972ms
Copy 1MB using memcpy = 7ms

As you can see OCing to 787Mhz brings tremendous benefits. Not a single problem during overclocked state.
Did not notice any excessive battery drain, nor did phone overheat during intensive benchmarking(Battery temp stayed under 40c)
All the tests took a bit over 3 hours, hitting thanks button takes less than 3 seconds,
but then again i didnt do it for thanks
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Re: Benchmarking overclocked TP2s

my results from benchmark test at 518mhz and at 787mhz

Overclock TP2 in WM?

definitely an improvement
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Re: Benchmarking overclocked TP2s

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...hitting thanks button takes less than 3 seconds...
you should probably thank mangomango for posting spb benchmark for you to do those tests
and you should probably thank the people that put together the oc'ing tools, and scripts

nice numbers, thanks for posting them
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Re: Benchmarking overclocked TP2s

Besides SPB Benchmark I also use this little app:
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you should probably thank mangomango for posting spb benchmark for you to do those tests
and you should probably thank the people that put together the oc'ing tools, and scripts

nice numbers, thanks for posting them
I been running spb bench ever since OCing became possible, and posted link to the download cab few weeks ago on this forum. Also those tests were done about 5 days prior to the time of my post in this thread, since its a copy from my other thread-and there i thanked all that were involved
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