Discussion in 'Tools and Software' started by Voxilla, Oct 1, 2015.
Popular smartphone benchmark ready for testing.
Post your 64 bit results here !
A Samsung Galaxy S6 scores:
(64-bit / 8 cores / cool but not freezing start)
This is the highest reported score sofar.
117 on my Galaxy S6. Demo is awesome, this would be excellent in the medical field!
The gab with desktop processors keeps shrinking very rapidly.
Some ARM CPUs already have same IPC as desktop processors.
Not too long ago this type of volume rendering required a workstation.
The Denver dual core scores 84 in 64 bit, not sure if anyone can confirm that ?
Got 64 on an Intel Z3580 - 4 core, 2.3 GHz, but it only runs in 32-bit on my Zenfone 2 :/.
Still waiting for the first 64-bit Intel scores or maybe there are no Android x86 devices that run in 64-bit ?
I don't think that's it. I tried the benchmark on our office's zenpad (same SoC as the zenfone 2) and it runs in 32-bit mode even though the kernel being used is X86_64 (or so it claims...).
Very weird as there is a fat binary with 32-bit and 64-bit shared libraries.
Android 64-bit should run Apps in 64 bit mode not in 32 bit mode.
Maybe this is an issue with Android x86/x64 ?
Another entry in the 64 bit ARM race: the Nvidia Shield TV (Tegra X1, quad A57 at 2 Ghz)
It has a score of:
Another ARM 64-bit score, now for the Apple A8X triple 1.5Ghz core:
However due to the current App Store requirement of 100$ yearly payments, even for free Apps, the benchmark is not released for this platform.