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  • #8546
    admin
    Keymaster

    samsung m21, just unboxed : 820

    #8547
    Al ex
    Keymaster

    Thanks, added to the list. ?

    #8745
    N00BIK
    Participant

    Moto G8 Power:
    -Snapdragon 665
    – 1463 realticks
    same amount when i restarted

    #8746
    Al ex
    Keymaster

    Thank you very much, I’ve added your score to the list. 🙏

    #8827
    Srandista
    Participant

    Google Pixel 4a (Snapdragon 730G) with Android 11 – score 660

    #8828
    Al ex
    Keymaster

    Good score! These midrange cpus are great nowadays. I’m actually thinking about a “downgrade” from the Samsung S series to an A52G (Snapdragon 750G). I want a headphone jack, and the SD 7xx cpus are really good. 🙂

    #8829
    Srandista
    Participant

    I may try to get the score from friend’s Pixel 5 with 765G.

    #8830
    Srandista
    Participant

    Google Pixel 5 (Snapdragon 765G) with Android 11 – score 610

    #8831
    Al ex
    Keymaster

    Wow, that was quick. Added the score to the list, thank you very much! 🙏

    #8832
    newoxygen
    Participant

    I just tried this on my ASUS ROG phone II(Snapdragon 855+) which is still running Android 9.

    Scored 612 without X mode
    Scored 512 with X mode on max CPU settings

    #8833
    Al ex
    Keymaster

    Nice one! 🙂👍

    #8836
    admin
    Keymaster

    Wow, so asus makes rog phones, didnt know about it, cool

    #8842
    Srandista
    Participant

    Just out of curiosity. How is this benchmark taxing devices? I’m guessing, that GPU is not involved at all, but what about CPU? Is it running only on the most powerful core, or on the cluster of “big” CPUs or multi-threading with all cores available?

    #8843
    Al ex
    Keymaster

    Dosbox is only taxing the cpu, gpu is barely used. Unless there’s some bullshitty cpu management going on (as on my S9 phone), it’s running on the one most powerful core. Dosbox isn’t multithreading either, not even on PC btw., it’s only always utilizing one core.

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