This is a discussion on The Benchmark Thread within the Android Forum forums, part of the Android Discussions category; Originally Posted by Bazar6 Phone Model: Moto Xoom Wifi (MZ604) Overclock Level: 1504mhz (interactive) Linpack: 59.121 mflops Nenamark: 28.3 fps Those OOE Cortex A9 cores ...
I actually haven't noticed a huge change in battery... But I also have the brightness turned way at night down thru AdjBrightness, and I actually keep SetCPU at 1000 during the day, because I don't use it to the point I need it to be quicker... Browsing the web is only as fast as the internet connection I have lol (at home is satellite... deathly slow and capped at 400mb/day; BT thru phone is actually not bad at work tho, would be better if I had 4G cuz it's available here).
And yea, full res on Nenamark... Crystal clear graphics with no skipping
Same as bazar for the xoom. The 1.5ghz has little impact on battery. I still get about 18 hours of pretty substantial use. My X could get up o 1.48ghz and run through quad at about 2500 but it wasn't too stable and it was on a different ROM. I keep it maxed out at 1.2ghz at 60vsel for battery life and performance. I think I still have one of the highest linpack scores at 22+ but its on the droid2 list cuz it was using that script. Check for epTX
What about Smartbench? It shows 2 scores, one basically for graphical power, and one for processing/file i/o power
It appears to be a more and more widely used benchmarking app.
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