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  1.    #1  
    I've read a huge range of numbers for the Sunspider test on a TP (from 2800 to 4000). It seems the average score on an Android or Ipad2 is around 2200.

    I'm at work and don't have my TP with me but I'll post my result tonight. Meanwhile, can you guys post your result so we can see what is the real score?

    BTW, please let us know if your TP is OC'd and to what (1.5 or 1.7).

    Thanks!
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    32Gigs TP, 1.5Ghz overclock, TP native browser w patches: 3396.8 ms

    My windows 7 machine core i7, 8Gig RAM, 1080p, chrome browser: 233.6ms
    If this helped you hit thanks.
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    What's sunspider
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    Touchpad with Ueberkernel running at 1.2 GHz: 3878 ms

    MacBook Pro, C2D 2.33 GHz, Mac OS X 10.6, 3 GB RAM, Firefox 7 beta: 304.2 ms
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    TP 16gb, Uberkernel 1.5, all patches, 3100 ms stock browser, 3097 adv browswer
    old Dell Inspiron 6400 laptop XP svc pack 3, 2gb ram, 532ms

    BTW, despite the sunspider scores, my advanced browser has slowed down to the point that I am no longer using it and I use the stock. Has anyone else encountered this, and have a possible fix, maybe deleting an incompatible patch? It was working fine at first.
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    You guys all realize that a lower score is better right?? You're all talking like 3000 is a good score.....
  7.    #7  
    Quote Originally Posted by jhuynh2000 View Post
    You guys all realize that a lower score is better right?? You're all talking like 3000 is a good score.....
    I think most of us know lower score is better.
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    Touchpad 32gb Uberkernal 1.5, stock browser 3055.4ms

    Phenom II x4, Windows 7, 4gb ram, IE9 255.9
  9.    #9  
    Keep it coming guys!
  10. #10  
    Score is dependent upon which browser you use on different machines and wcores can vary wildly. Luckily, with the Touchpad we only have the two browsers, so the scores should compare well from TP to TP. However, comparisons to other tablets is subjective. Look at results below and you'll see what I mean.


    32GB TP, 1.5Ghz uberkernal, TP advanced browser with all patches: 4369.3 ms

    64GB iPad2 jailbroken using Atomic Web Browser: 5542.1ms
    64GB ipad2 jailbroken using native Safari Web Browser: 2073.1ms

    2010 iMac 27" i3 using latest version of Safari: 214.3ms

    2010 MacBook Pro 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo using Safari: 309.4ms
    2010 MacBook Pro 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo using Firefox 6.0.2: 306.5ms

    Now with regards to the ipad2 using Atomic Web Browser, I can tell you that opening web pages is faster than either the Touchpad or using native Safari browser, yet the score reflects it as being the slowest.
    sent from my 32gb Touchpad
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac.World View Post
    Score is dependent upon which browser you use on different machines and wcores can vary wildly. Luckily, with the Touchpad we only have the two browsers, so the scores should compare well from TP to TP. However, comparisons to other tablets is subjective. Look at results below and you'll see what I mean.


    32GB TP, 1.5Ghz uberkernal, TP advanced browser with all patches: 4369.3 ms

    64GB iPad2 jailbroken using Atomic Web Browser: 5542.1ms
    64GB ipad2 jailbroken using native Safari Web Browser: 2073.1ms

    2010 iMac 27" i3 using latest version of Safari: 214.3ms

    2010 MacBook Pro 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo using Safari: 309.4ms
    2010 MacBook Pro 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo using Firefox 6.0.2: 306.5ms

    Now with regards to the ipad2 using Atomic Web Browser, I can tell you that opening web pages is faster than either the Touchpad or using native Safari browser, yet the score reflects it as being the slowest.
    So these results prove the score doesn't necessarily corelate to browser speed?
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    Touchpad 32gb, UK @ 1.5GHz, stock browser 3100.8ms
    Palm Pre 2, stock - 5993.8ms
    Laptop using IE9 Win 7 64bit, Core i7 Quad @1.73, 8GB Ram - 316.6ms
    (sunspider 0.9.1)
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    Quadcore (Xenon E5506 @ 2.13ghz with 3.5g ram), Windows XP, IE 7:

    24841.0ms

    Very strange. Score must be browser dependent so different scores on different machines using different browsers are pretty meaningless.
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    Touchpad Uberkernel Stock speed: 3819.1ms
    Touchpad Uberkernel 1.512ghz: 3150.7ms
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    iPhone 4 iOS 4.3.3/Safari : 4776
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    TP, Uberkernel 1.5Ghz: 3792.0ms
    Laptop, Win 7, 64bit : 284.8ms
    Samsung Epic Touch: 3239.7ms
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    I made this thread earlier for sunspider on the pre3

    http://forums.precentral.net/hp-pre-...sunspider.html

    And Sunspider doesn't show how fast is your browser, only javascript execution in your browser. It's a nice test, but it's more about the power of the device than the browser actually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac.World View Post
    Score is dependent upon which browser you use on different machines and wcores can vary wildly. Luckily, with the Touchpad we only have the two browsers, so the scores should compare well from TP to TP. However, comparisons to other tablets is subjective. Look at results below and you'll see what I mean.


    32GB TP, 1.5Ghz uberkernal, TP advanced browser with all patches: 4369.3 ms

    64GB iPad2 jailbroken using Atomic Web Browser: 5542.1ms
    64GB ipad2 jailbroken using native Safari Web Browser: 2073.1ms


    2010 iMac 27" i3 using latest version of Safari: 214.3ms

    2010 MacBook Pro 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo using Safari: 309.4ms
    2010 MacBook Pro 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo using Firefox 6.0.2: 306.5ms

    Now with regards to the ipad2 using Atomic Web Browser, I can tell you that opening web pages is faster than either the Touchpad or using native Safari browser, yet the score reflects it as being the slowest.
    Yeah, I don't think third party browsers utilize the Nitro engine in iOS 4.3.
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    My pc (Windows 7, quad core AMD phenom 2 clocked @ 3.4ghz, 4 gigs of 1200 speed DDR2) = 244.2ms

    My touchpad @ 1.7ghz ondemand) = 2906.8ms
    My touchpad @ dual 1.8ghz fulltime = 2705.3ms
    My touchpad @ dual 1.8ghz fulltime using "private browser HD" = screen bounces around like crazy running the benchmark and it only scores 3125.7ms
    My touchpad @ dual 1.8ghz fulltime using "Advanced Browser" = 2787.7ms
    My touchpad @ 1.8ghz ondemand = oddly enough, 2940.2ms

    So there you have it. Seems the difference between 1.7 and 1.8ghz is pretty negligible when you have the ondemand settings on. Multiple tests yield a small range, sometimes coming in faster or slower, but always pretty comparable. Dual fulltime 1.8ghz obviously is faster, but the battery will take a hit performing like that .
    Last edited by ncinerate; 09/21/2011 at 06:03 PM.
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    16GB Touchpad OC'd using F15 to 1.8Ghz, using Preware patches, stock browser - sunspider score of 2902.4ms
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