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Post by mclane » Fri Apr 03, 2020 10:11 pm

Information about SD865, Mediathek , Kirin etc

https://www.tme.net/blog/mediatek-dimes ... in-990-5g/
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Post by mclane » Mon May 04, 2020 8:32 am

Finally a benchmark of the SD865 in my Mi 10:

6301k after 130 seconds.

That’s higher then Iphone 11, isn’t it ?

Antutu was 587486
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Re: benchmark new smartphones:

Post by IanKennedy » Thu Jun 11, 2020 2:29 pm

Just got a Huawei P40 Pro, standard DroidFish test opening position 2' 8 cores 1Gb hash 5354k nps.
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Post by mclane » Thu Jun 11, 2020 9:24 pm

Thanks
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Post by mwyoung » Fri Jun 12, 2020 8:22 am

I was on vacation having a great time on the Lake of the Ozarks catching massive catfish. When my Samsung 8 Plus battery expanded, and split my phone in half.:shock:

So I had to buy a new phone. My misfortune is your gain.

Here is the benchmark of the SD 865 from a Samsung S20 Ultra with Droidfish, and SF 11 from the starting position with 1 GB hash.

Power management set to high.

1 minute 6469 nps
2 minute 6539 nps
3 minute 6524 nps
4 minute 6524 nps
5 minute 6527 nps

Power management set to optimal.

1 minute 6724 nps
2 minute 6625 nps
3 minute 6527 nps
4 minute 6495 nps
5 minute 6336 nps

Power management set to medium.

1 minute 6468 nps
2 minute 6301 nps
3 minute 6191 nps
4 minute 6159 nps
5 minute 6081 nps
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Post by mclane » Fri Jul 31, 2020 9:43 pm

I tested a new Cpu for mobile phones.

The vivo iqoo z1 uses the new MediaTek chip dimensity 1000+

It’s almost as fast as a snapdragon 855+, so only 1 step behind the latest snapdragon cpus.

But of course it is cheaper.

Depending on the storage you pay 309 for the 6/128 version and 349 for the 8/128 version and 369 for the 8/256 g5 version.
It has stereo loudspeaker, triple camera with 48 MP main sensor and analog audio output.
The cpu can do 5G.

You can install google playstore on it. And you can make it work like a normal phone.

Stockfish 11 with 8 cores after 120 seconds gives 6.348.000 NPS.
Antutu benchmark was 523095.

You can also setup the Frequency of the screen to automatically, 60/90/144 hz !!
This is a good value for the money.
Especially when you consider that the companies try to sell snapdragon 765G middleclass mobile phones for 500-600 Euro im the moment while they sell snapdragon 865 phones for 800-1200 euro !!

So Mediatek and vivo is good in breaking this market into pieces with the new 7nm cpu.
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Post by Frank Quisinsky » Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:04 pm

Hi Thorsten,

I have here the "one-plus" seria (I am using since many years mobile devices from this company).

One Plus 8 with Droifish 1.82 on 8 cores 6.400k after 1. h3.
If the device running a longer time around 5.700k.

Not sure, not the expert for Snapdragon processors but after all I know the latest Snapdragon is inside.
Hardware is just fantastic but I like more the One Plus 7t for different reasons (camera is better for an example).
My wife have my One Plus 7t and will not switched back.

:-)

One Plus 8t will be the next ...
Made no sense to switched every half year the mobile device.
So my next will be One Plus 9t end of 2021.

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Re: benchmark new smartphones:

Post by towforce » Fri Jul 31, 2020 11:18 pm

It would be interesting to run industry standard benchmarks and see how these correlate with NPS with various chess programs. Some suggestions:

* Linpack. Long outdated software, but TOP500 still use it so that "fair" FLOPS comparisons can be made with the great supercomputers of old (your phone is likely to get a better score than any supercomputer over 30 years old)

* Geekbench. Seems to be the most widely used benchmark currently

* ML Bench (link). Measures how good your phone is at machine learning tasks. My phone (Galaxy 8) got a score of 86,406
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Post by mclane » Sun Aug 02, 2020 5:30 pm

OK but our stockfish benchmark is a specific benchmark. I doubt the industry benchmarks help us any better.
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Re: benchmark new smartphones:

Post by MikeB » Tue Oct 20, 2020 10:57 pm

benchmarks that are really benchmarks , running Honey 96 position benchmark with 8 threads on a Samsung R20 FE , the one on the left is classical, the one on the right is NN enabled - and also the the first step to release the Honey engines as standalone engines to be run on any Android OEX compatible GUI - NNUE and TB embedded - rightclick and select open in new window to see the details...

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