Showing posts with label benchmark. Show all posts
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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

My LG G2 D802 scored 16978 in the 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited Android benchmark test

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My LG G2 scored 16978 in the 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited Android benchmark test

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is Description Benchmark your Android device with 3DMark, the world's most popular performance test. Use 3DMark to test the performance of your smartphone or tablet, then see how it compares with other Android and iOS devices. You can even compare your Android benchmark test scores with tablets running Windows or Windows RT. - The world's most popular benchmark test, now available on Android. - Compatible with more than 1,000 different Android devices. - Compare the fastest Android, iOS, Windows and Windows RT devices. - 100% free. No ads. No restrictions. 3DMark is used by millions of people, hundreds of hardware review sites and many of the world's leading technology companies. It's the industry standard benchmark for graphics performance measurement, a professional level diagnostic tool now available to everyone for free! Use 3DMark Ice Storm for device-to-device comparisons of mainstream mobile devices. Ice Storm is an OpenGL ES 2.0 benchmark test that uses fixed off-screen rendering at 720p then scales the output to fit the native display resolution of your device.

Friday, January 28, 2011

Firefox Optimized with SSE2

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Firefox Optimized with SSE2SSE

SSE is CPU extension, improve loading.
  1. All builds are for Windows 2000 and above only. (Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 are all above Windows 2000)
  2. SSE builds are optimized for Pentium III/equivalent.
  3. SSE2 builds are optimized for Pentium IV/equivalent.
  4. The above list is sorted by versions in descending order i.e. the recent versions are at the top of the list.
  5. All builds have the full functionality as the official builds from Mozilla i.e. no loss of functionality as a result of any tweaks.
peacemarker benchmarch by Jerry Blogger

With SSE2 patched Firefox is much faster !

Although  Google Chrome is the fastest, it has problem when browsing problem with some old website and it does not have much pug-in to speed up your usage of Internet. So Firefox with SSE2 patched is much first choice.


File name: firefox-3.6.13.en-US.win32.installer-SSE2.exe
File size:8.10 MB


File name: firefox-4.0b9.en-US.win32.installer-SSE2.exe
File size:10.35 MB



Saturday, December 04, 2010

SiSoftware Sandra 2011 Released

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SiSoftware Sandra 2011 Released


SiSoftware Sandra 2011 Released: London, UK, 4th November 2010 - Media Transcode, Blu-Ray and further GPGPU support.


A year ago, SiSoftware released Sandra 2010 with full support for Windows 7; in the 18 months since the launch of Windows 7, more than ever before we have seen the line blur between PC and entertainment hubs. Two months ago we released a Blu-Ray benchmark, now we have added a brand-new Media Transcoding benchmark using the new Media Foundation of Windows 7. We have also added yet another benchmark (GPGPU Cryptography) which allows direct comparison of CPU performance (using crypto instruction sets) and GPGPU performance.

Benchmarking 101 Benchmarking in Detail: London, UK, November 4th 2011 - We have started a series of articles to detail the new benchmarks of the latest version, Sandra 2011.

Learn what they do, how their work and what the results mean. How do current devices (CPUs, GPGPUs, memory, drives, etc.) compare and how future, soon to be released devices fare?

CPU vs. GPGPU: Arithmetic Performance
CPU vs. GPGPU: Memory Performance
OpenCL GPGPU Performance (OpenCL vs. CUDA/STREAM)
OpenCL CPU Performance (OpenCL vs native/Java/.Net)
DirectX 11 Compute Shader SiSoftware DirectX 11 Compute Shader Support Released: London, UK, 4th January 2010 - SiSoftware releases its suite of DirectX 11 Compute Shader GPGPU benchmarks as part of SiSoftware Sandra 2010.

Compute Shader/DirectCompute is a new programmable shader stage introduced with DirectX 11 that expands Direct3D beyond graphics programming. We believe Compute Shader/DirectCompute will become 'the standard' for programming parallel workloads in Windows, thus we have ported all our GPGPUs benchmarks to DirectX 11 Compute Shader/DirectCompute. more...
OpenCL SiSoftware OpenCL Support Released: London, UK, 30th November 2009 - SiSoftware releases its suite of OpenCL GPGPU benchmarks as part of SiSoftware Sandra 2010.

OpenCL is an open standard for running parallel tasks on GPUs, CPUs and hardware accelerators using the same code - unlike proprietary solutions. We believe OpenCL will become 'the standard' for programming parallel workloads in the future, thus we have ported all our GPGPUs benchmarks to OpenCL.

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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Chrome 8 Beta benchmark

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Chrome 8 Beta benchmark



The performance is worst then the older version. But some new functions you can try out. 

Download: Chrome 8.0.552

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