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  1. ERicJ's Avatar
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    Using Speedy I get an average of 275MHz on my 650. Speedy results on my 600 were right in line with the built-in benchmark of 128MHz.
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    278 from SD. 270 from RAM

    GHEY
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    I had 275 mhz, 1376 %
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    if you look in the menu you'll see a disclaimer as to the accuracy with ARM Processors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dutchtrumpet
    if you look in the menu you'll see a disclaimer as to the accuracy with ARM Processors.
    Right, the manual also talks about how Speedy isn't intended to identify what speed processor you have, e.g. 312.5MHz Intel blah-blah-blah. But is instead targeted to give you more of a real life throughput number.

    I was intending this to be a thread so folks can compare their own speeds relative to other users to see if anything is out of whack, or they're just as normal as everyone else

    ERic

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