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Re: benchmark new smartphones: huawei ascend p6

Post by mclane » Fri Sep 20, 2013 8:39 am

Tord Romstad wrote:
kinderchocolate wrote:iPhone 5s, 64 bits, iOS 7 Stockfish

1152 KN/s
Sounds really good. I want that phone.

beware...
it has a fingerprint sensor !!!
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Re: benchmark new smartphones: huawei ascend p6

Post by Tord Romstad » Fri Sep 20, 2013 8:52 am

mclane wrote:
Tord Romstad wrote:Sounds really good. I want that phone.

beware...
it has a fingerprint sensor !!!
Nothing to worry about. They sell gloves that work with smartphones now...

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Re: benchmark new smartphones: huawei ascend p6

Post by Cubeman » Fri Sep 20, 2013 3:35 pm

Tord Romstad wrote:
kinderchocolate wrote:iPhone 5s, 64 bits, iOS 7 Stockfish

1152 KN/s
Sounds really good. I want that phone.

To get a perspective of how much faster the new CPU is: Can someone please benchmark the same SF version on an iPhone 5? Use the opening position, and run the program in analysis mode for a minute or so. I'm perfectly aware that the iPhone 5 is already included on the list of benchmarks posted in this thread, but that number is probably for an older SF version compiled with an older compiler version, and therefore not directly comparable to the new iPhone 5s benchmark.

I get 250 kN/s on my iPhone 4s, and 300kN/s on my iPad 3.
So I gather that the new version StockFish 4xx has higher n/s than the previous version and would suggest a 10% rough estimate. I thought this was the case. As I have tested the ChessBase app on Android which uses SF3 on a Galaxy Note II and get significantly more than the 714kn/s documented in this thread. Also I would be interested in the general speed up on the iphone 5s for other chess apps that have not made a 64 bit version.

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Re: benchmark new smartphones: huawei ascend p6

Post by kinderchocolate » Fri Sep 20, 2013 4:21 pm

Cubeman wrote:
Tord Romstad wrote:
kinderchocolate wrote:iPhone 5s, 64 bits, iOS 7 Stockfish

1152 KN/s
Sounds really good. I want that phone.

To get a perspective of how much faster the new CPU is: Can someone please benchmark the same SF version on an iPhone 5? Use the opening position, and run the program in analysis mode for a minute or so. I'm perfectly aware that the iPhone 5 is already included on the list of benchmarks posted in this thread, but that number is probably for an older SF version compiled with an older compiler version, and therefore not directly comparable to the new iPhone 5s benchmark.

I get 250 kN/s on my iPhone 4s, and 300kN/s on my iPad 3.
So I gather that the new version StockFish 4xx has higher n/s than the previous version and would suggest a 10% rough estimate. I thought this was the case. As I have tested the ChessBase app on Android which uses SF3 on a Galaxy Note II and get significantly more than the 714kn/s documented in this thread. Also I would be interested in the general speed up on the iphone 5s for other chess apps that have not made a 64 bit version.
SmallChess, iPhone 5 is 784484 nodes and iPhone 5s is 1180000. Stockfish for iOS 7 32 bits is 585kN/s.

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Re: benchmark new smartphones: huawei ascend p6

Post by Werewolf » Fri Sep 20, 2013 5:03 pm

kinderchocolate wrote:
Cubeman wrote:
Tord Romstad wrote:
kinderchocolate wrote:iPhone 5s, 64 bits, iOS 7 Stockfish

1152 KN/s
Sounds really good. I want that phone.

To get a perspective of how much faster the new CPU is: Can someone please benchmark the same SF version on an iPhone 5? Use the opening position, and run the program in analysis mode for a minute or so. I'm perfectly aware that the iPhone 5 is already included on the list of benchmarks posted in this thread, but that number is probably for an older SF version compiled with an older compiler version, and therefore not directly comparable to the new iPhone 5s benchmark.

I get 250 kN/s on my iPhone 4s, and 300kN/s on my iPad 3.
So I gather that the new version StockFish 4xx has higher n/s than the previous version and would suggest a 10% rough estimate. I thought this was the case. As I have tested the ChessBase app on Android which uses SF3 on a Galaxy Note II and get significantly more than the 714kn/s documented in this thread. Also I would be interested in the general speed up on the iphone 5s for other chess apps that have not made a 64 bit version.
SmallChess, iPhone 5 is 784484 nodes and iPhone 5s is 1180000. Stockfish for iOS 7 32 bits is 585kN/s.
Stand back everyone!

On my iPhone 4 Smallchess gets....83 kn/s

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Re: benchmark new smartphones: The 1.0 GHz perspective

Post by WuShock » Sat Sep 21, 2013 5:40 pm

Another way to look at the stats :

The A7 chip gets 446,500 per 1.0 GHz ( I used 1.29 GHz for speed )

My 5 year old desktop has a quad core i7 (940) chip . It was pretty good in it's day. My i7 gets about 430,000 per 1.0 GHz

Exciting times ...........

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Re: benchmark new smartphones: The 1.0 GHz perspective

Post by Solrac1970 » Sun Sep 29, 2013 7:27 pm

Very exciting times indeed. Patiently waiting for the Snapdragon 800 results. Anyone with an LG G2, the new Sony Xperia, or a Note 3?

On a different note, I cannot believe just how fast the Apple chips are when you consider that they are just dual core and so underclocked. If they ever built a phone with a larger screen, I would seriously consider it.

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Re: benchmark new smartphones: The 1.0 GHz perspective

Post by JuLieN » Sun Sep 29, 2013 7:33 pm

Solrac1970 wrote:Very exciting times indeed. Patiently waiting for the Snapdragon 800 results. Anyone with an LG G2, the new Sony Xperia, or a Note 3?

On a different note, I cannot believe just how fast the Apple chips are when you consider that they are just dual core and so underclocked. If they ever built a phone with a larger screen, I would seriously consider it.
They bought two start-ups designing enhanced ARM CPUs, so they have talented teams to develop really innovative CPUs. It has been rumored that there exists prototypes of Macs running with ARM CPUs....

I noticed, like Glen, that this A7 chip is nearly as powerful per core as a desktop CPU's core. Stockfish is only twice as fast on core i7 Macbook Pro...

Something else that is very impressive is the pace of innovation: Apple releases a new Ax CPU per year, each one being more than twice as fast as the previous one. This far exceeds the pace of innovation for desktop CPUs.

Computer chess' future really lies in those portable devices.

We saw Microsoft miss the embedded devices' turn... Maybe we'll see Intel slip out of the embedded CPUs' race as well...
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Re: benchmark new smartphones: The 1.0 GHz perspective

Post by Jhoravi » Mon Sep 30, 2013 1:32 am

The reason is chess engine is very dependent on L1 cache size. Snapdragon 800 has only 32kb total L1 cache. Our desktop PC has 64kb. But A7 of iPhone 5s has 128kb!!

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Re: benchmark new smartphones: The 1.0 GHz perspective

Post by mclane » Wed Oct 02, 2013 11:12 pm

the disapointing results of the NEW
LG G2
with the 2.3 Ghz snapdragon 800 4 core cpu from qualcom.

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Iphone 5s (2 cores 1.3 ghz)           1.152.000   new highscore
Samsung Galaxy Note2 (4 cores)          714.000
ASUS Transformer TF300T (4 cores)       661.000
Asus Infinity tf700 (4 cores)           590.000   new 
Galaxy S3 (4 cores)                     574.000
LG G2                                   556.000   new
Pipo max M9 (4x cortex a9 1.6 ghz)      526.000
LG Optimus 4xHD (4 cores)               521.000
ZTE geek v975 (2+2HT intel atom)        511.000   new
iPad4                                   510.000
Nexus 10  (2 cores)                     510.000   new 
Amoi N828 (4 cores MTK6589 @ 4x1,2GHz)  493.000
iPhone 5 (2 cores)                      476.800
HTC one X tegra3 (4 cores)              470.000
google nexus 7 tablet pc (4 cores)      457.000
SamsungGalaxy S4(1.9Ghz,4 cores,1GBhash)450.000   new
Asus Transformer Prime (4 threads)      440.435
HTC one                                 438.000   new
Huawei P6 (Hi-SiliconK3V2 4x1.5)        405.000   new 
Google Nexus4 (4 cores)                 400.000
Xiaomi Mi2                              386.000
Sony Xperia Z (4 cores)                 376.000
Oppo Find 5                             368.000
Samsung Galaxy 3 (2 core)               333.567
Galaxy Note                             329.000
Trekstor Surftab                        305.000
iPad mini                               277.500
iPad3                                   277.000
Ipad2 (2 cores)                         274.000
Motorola Razr i (2 cores hyperthread)   271.000
Sony Experia S (2 cores)                259.000
Tablet Rockchip RK3066 2core @1.6Ghz    250.000 
samsung galaxy S2                       253.000
iPhone 4S (Apple A5)                    225.500
Lenovo A660 (2 cores)                   222.000
Advent Vega Tegra2                      220.500
Sony Tablet S                           218.000
Motorola Razr xt910 (2 cores)           216.000
Motorola Razr HD                        212.000
LG Optimus Speed P990 (2 cores)         200.000
HTC one S qualcomm s4 (2 cores)         200.000
Samsung Galaxy SIII 1.5GHz (2 Cores)    189.867
Motorola Razr i (1 core)                186.000
Nuu Nu1 (qualcom dualcore 1.7 Ghz)      142.000
samsung epic                            141.000
HTC Flyer, 1.5 Ghz                      140.000
Advent Vega Tablet (2 cores)            137.126
Dell Streak                             133.000
Samsung Vibrant                         111.000
Samsung Galaxy Tab                      108.500
LG Optimus 2x                           102.000
HTC HD2 1 Ghz 1 core                     94.000
HTC Desire S                             90.000
HTC Desire                               84.000
iPhone 4                                 80.000
ipod touch 4                             78.000   
samsung galaxy s                         70.000
7-inch Barnes and Noble Color            62.500
Sony PRS-T1 ebook-reader                 53.817
iPhone 3GS                               51.000
HTC Wildfire S                           31.000
Android phone Qualcomm 600MHz (1 core)   25.750
Ipod touch 2nd gen                       16.500
Palm Pre oc. 1Ghz (Webos1.4.5)           16.000
ZT-180 10,2" Pad                         15.345
Palm Pre oc. 800mhz (Webos1.4.5)         13.000
APAD Rockchip 600mhz (android1.5)        10.000
Palm Pre 500mhz (Webos1.4.5)              8.000

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