29 Jan 2012
[Tool] Benchmarks database
In this tool I mixed different benchmarks in order to give a good feel of how a device perform.
For this I use 5 very different tools and each tend to measure a different aspect of a device processing power.
- Antutu: can run a full test of a key project, through the “Memory Performance”,”CPU Integer Performance”,”CPU Floating point Performance”,”2D 3D Graphics Performance”,”SD card reading/writing speed”,”Database IO” performance testing on the mobile phone Performance of the hardware to make score.
- CF-Bench: is (mainly) CPU and memory benchmark tool specifically designed to be able to handle multi-core devices, produce a fairly stable score, and test both native as well managed code performance.
- Linpack: measureÂ the systemâ€™s floating point computing power. Introduced by Jack Dongarra, they measure how fast a computer solves a dense N by N system of linear equations AxÂ =Â b, which is a common task in engineering. The solution is obtained by Gaussian elimination with partial pivoting, with 2/3*N3 + 2*N2 floating point operations. The result is reported in Millions of FLoating-point Operations Per Second (MFLOP/s, sometimes simply called FLOPS).
- Quadrant: Quadrant is a CPU, I/O and 3D graphics benchmark. The Standard Edition requires an Internet connection to compute benchmark results. The application does not work on devices with no GPU
- Battery Benchmark: This application simulates a pseudo-realistic usage of your phone: GPS, WiFi, BlueTooth, CPU, screen, sends and receives data over the network, etc.
- “Plan B”: Ever lost your phone and wonder how to get it back?
- Vibration Notifier, don’t you have an excuse to miss this one!!
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