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Re: What about LG google nexus 5 ?

Post by jpqy » Fri Mar 07, 2014 11:42 am

Can you gives us more details about your phone..and of course see a bench test :wink:

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Re: What about LG google nexus 5 ?

Post by mclane » Fri Mar 07, 2014 1:25 pm

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Ipad Air (2 64bit cores 1.4 ghz)      1.218.000   new highscore
Iphone 5s (2 64bit cores 1.3 ghz)     1.152.000   new
iPad Mini 2 (2 64bit cores 1.3 GHz)   1.128.000 
Zopo ZP998 (8 cores)                  1.100.000
Star Ulefone U9592 (8 cores 1.6 Ghz)  1.080.000
ASUS Transformer TF701t &#40;4 cores )    1.054.000  <- new
Samsung Note10.1 2014 &#40;4cores exynos&#41; 1.014.000  <- new 
Samsung Galaxy Note2 &#40;4 cores&#41;          714.000
ASUS Transformer TF300T &#40;4 cores&#41;       661.000
Sony Xperia Z1 &#40;4 cores&#41;                602.000
Asus Infinity tf700 &#40;4 cores&#41;           590.000   new 
Note 3 &#40;4 cores&#41;                        581.000   new
Galaxy S3 &#40;4 cores&#41;                     574.000
Cubot One &#40;4 core MTK 6589T@ 4x1.5Ghz&#41;  568.000   new
LG G2                                   556.000   new
Pomp c6 &#40;4 cores MT6589T&#41;               553.000
Pipo max M9 &#40;4x cortex a9 1.6 ghz&#41;      526.000
LG Optimus 4xHD &#40;4 cores&#41;               521.000
ZTE geek v975 &#40;2+2HT intel atom&#41;        511.000   new
iPad4                                   510.000
Nexus 10  &#40;2 cores&#41;                     510.000   new
Google Nexus 5 &#40;4 cores&#41;                508.000   new 
Amoi N828 &#40;4 cores MTK6589 @ 4x1,2GHz&#41;  493.000
iPhone 5 &#40;2 cores&#41;                      476.800
HTC one X tegra3 &#40;4 cores&#41;              470.000
Motorola G &#40;4 cores&#41;                    460.000   new
google nexus 7 tablet pc &#40;4 cores&#41;      457.000
SamsungGalaxy S4&#40;1.9Ghz,4 cores,1GBhash&#41;450.000   new
Asus Transformer Prime &#40;4 threads&#41;      440.435
HTC one                                 438.000   new
Huawei P6 &#40;Hi-SiliconK3V2 4x1.5&#41;        405.000   new 
Google Nexus4 &#40;4 cores&#41;                 400.000
Xiaomi Mi2                              386.000
Sony Xperia Z &#40;4 cores&#41;                 376.000
Oppo Find 5                             368.000
Samsung Galaxy 3 &#40;2 core&#41;               333.567
Galaxy Note                             329.000
Trekstor Surftab                        305.000
iPad mini                               277.500
iPad3                                   277.000
Ipad2 &#40;2 cores&#41;                         274.000
Motorola Razr i &#40;2 cores hyperthread&#41;   271.000
Sony xperia S &#40;2 cores&#41;                 259.000
Tablet Rockchip RK3066 2core @1.6Ghz    250.000 
samsung galaxy S2                       253.000
Motorola X                              253.000   new
Motorola Razr &#40;Slimkat Android 4.4.2&#41;   250.000
iPhone 4S &#40;Apple A5&#41;                    225.500
Lenovo A660 &#40;2 cores&#41;                   222.000
Advent Vega Tegra2                      220.500
Sony Tablet S                           218.000
Motorola Razr xt910 &#40;2 cores&#41;           216.000
Motorola Razr HD                        212.000
LG Optimus Speed P990 &#40;2 cores&#41;         200.000
HTC one S qualcomm s4 &#40;2 cores&#41;         200.000
Sony Xperia P &#40;2 cores&#41;                 196.000
Samsung Galaxy SIII 1.5GHz &#40;2 Cores&#41;    189.867
Motorola Razr i &#40;1 core&#41;                186.000
Nuu Nu1 &#40;qualcom dualcore 1.7 Ghz&#41;      142.000
samsung epic                            141.000
HTC Flyer, 1.5 Ghz                      140.000
Advent Vega Tablet &#40;2 cores&#41;            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 &#40;1 core&#41;   25.750
Ipod touch 2nd gen                       16.500
Palm Pre oc. 1Ghz &#40;Webos1.4.5&#41;           16.000
ZT-180 10,2" Pad                         15.345
Palm Pre oc. 800mhz &#40;Webos1.4.5&#41;         13.000
APAD Rockchip 600mhz &#40;android1.5&#41;        10.000
Palm Pre 500mhz &#40;Webos1.4.5&#41;              8.000
i decided to buy a cheap china mobile.

its the star ulephone with 1080 Knps.

it uses 8 x 1.7 Ghz a7 cores.
there were several 2.0 Ghz mobiles but they wanted twice the price for them. so i decided to buy the cheap ulefone.
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Re: What about LG google nexus 5 ?

Post by Solrac1970 » Thu Apr 03, 2014 10:13 pm

I must admit that I am disappointed from a chessic perspective with the new Android flagships. The Snapdragon 801 seems to be basically a slightly tuned Snapdragon 800. It isn't 64bit and it doesn't have more cache. Unless I am missing something, it should score quite similar to the 800, which ranges between 508 kns (Nexus 5) and 602 kns (Sony Xperia Z1).

The new flagships are the Sony Xperia Z2, the new HTC One, and the Samsung Galaxy S5. The LG G3 will probably be released around July and may include the Snapdragon 805, which the Note 4 will probably have. However, there have been rumors that the LG may have an octacore chipset. I guess 64bit computing for Android flagships will come either late 2014 or 2015 :(

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Re: What about LG google nexus 5 ?

Post by JuLieN » Thu Apr 03, 2014 10:38 pm

Solrac1970 wrote:I must admit that I am disappointed from a chessic perspective with the new Android flagships. The Snapdragon 801 seems to be basically a slightly tuned Snapdragon 800. It isn't 64bit and it doesn't have more cache. Unless I am missing something, it should score quite similar to the 800, which ranges between 508 kns (Nexus 5) and 602 kns (Sony Xperia Z1).

The new flagships are the Sony Xperia Z2, the new HTC One, and the Samsung Galaxy S5. The LG G3 will probably be released around July and may include the Snapdragon 805, which the Note 4 will probably have. However, there have been rumors that the LG may have an octacore chipset. I guess 64bit computing for Android flagships will come either late 2014 or 2015 :(
I'm a bit disappointed as well. I recently bought a Galaxy Note 3, to replace my aging iPhone 4S (I wanted to be able to program on my smartphone, something Apple doesn't allow...), and despite it has four cores running at 2.2 GHz, Stockfish has only half the NPS it has on my iPad Mini 2 (2 cores at 1.3 GHz)i ! :shock:

The Ax series of chips is so performant that some analysts thinks Apple may use them in their computers soon or later :
http://www.macrumors.com/2014/03/31/app ... top-class/
Apple's A7 Processor Truly 'Desktop Class', iOS Apps Don't Take Full Advantage
Monday March 31, 2014 2:17 pm PDT by Arnold Kim
apple_a7AnandTech provides a detailed analysis of Apple's A7 (ARM-based) mobile processor which was introduced in the iPhone 5s. The latest information and analysis comes from Apple's own code changes to the LLVM Compiler project.

While AnandTech goes into great detail on the architecture of the A7 chip and how it compares to the A6, they conclude that the A7 chip is indeed -- as Apple claimed -- "desktop class" and "the rest of the players in the ultra mobile CPU space didn't aim high enough". In fact, they found that there are almost no iOS apps that take full advantage of the A7 processor. The processor even seems overpowered for the current devices in both RAM bottlenecks and battery consumption.

Qualcomm chief marketing officer originally described the 64-bit A7 as a "marketing gimmick" but Qualcomm later backtracked on that statement. Another Qualcomm employee then said that the 64-bit Apple chip "hit us in the gut."
"Not just us, but everyone, really. We were slack-jawed, and stunned, and unprepared. It’s not that big a performance difference right now, since most current software won’t benefit. But in Spinal Tap terms it’s like, 32 more, and now everyone wants it."
Any reference to "desktop class" Apple processors may remind readers that there have been recurring rumors that Apple has been testing ARM processor based MacBook Airs. Apple even threatened that it would stop using Intel chips due to concerns over power consumption. AMD or even ARM were speculated to be possible alternatives.
Well, Stockfish does take full advantage of it... Although users probably don't take full advantage of Stockfish. :lol:
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Re: What about LG google nexus 5 ?

Post by mclane » Fri Apr 04, 2014 7:06 am

Do we need Qualcomm based mobiles if we can get cheap octacore mobiles from china with stockfish benchmarks > 1000 knps ?

Why should I buy galaxy s5 or Htc one m8 for 600 euro when I can get
A faster mobile for chess for 150 from china with a mediathek CPU ?

Apple made the right decision following the 64 bit path with an enormous cache.

Qualcomm people call it gimmick or marketing gag, but we chess players know by experience with our apps and programs that it is none.

For us this marketing gag is in fact plain speed progress.
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Re: What about LG google nexus 5 ?

Post by jpqy » Mon Apr 14, 2014 11:10 am

New High-Performance 64-bit Snapdragon Processors Integrate Cat 6 LTE Advanced / Carrier Aggregation up to 60 MHz

http://www.qualcomm.com/media/releases/ ... snapdragon

This summer i go to China..and at the moment i go for the Zopo zp998

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Re: What about LG google nexus 5 ?

Post by Alex54 » Thu May 08, 2014 5:48 pm

mclane wrote:

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Ipad Air &#40;2 64bit cores 1.4 ghz&#41;      1.218.000   new highscore
Iphone 5s &#40;2 64bit cores 1.3 ghz&#41;     1.152.000   new
iPad Mini 2 &#40;2 64bit cores 1.3 GHz&#41;   1.128.000 
Zopo ZP998 &#40;8 cores&#41;                  1.100.000
TCL Idol X+ S960 ( 8 cores 2.0 GHz&#41;  1.085.000
Star Ulefone U9592 &#40;8 cores 1.6 Ghz&#41;  1.080.000
ASUS Transformer TF701t &#40;4 cores )    1.054.000  <- new
Samsung Note10.1 2014 &#40;4cores exynos&#41; 1.014.000  <- new 
Samsung Galaxy Note2 &#40;4 cores&#41;          714.000
ASUS Transformer TF300T &#40;4 cores&#41;       661.000
Sony Xperia Z1 &#40;4 cores&#41;                602.000
Asus Infinity tf700 &#40;4 cores&#41;           590.000   new 
Note 3 &#40;4 cores&#41;                        581.000   new
Galaxy S3 &#40;4 cores&#41;                     574.000
Cubot One &#40;4 core MTK 6589T@ 4x1.5Ghz&#41;  568.000   new
LG G2                                   556.000   new
Pomp c6 &#40;4 cores MT6589T&#41;               553.000
Pipo max M9 &#40;4x cortex a9 1.6 ghz&#41;      526.000
LG Optimus 4xHD &#40;4 cores&#41;               521.000
ZTE geek v975 &#40;2+2HT intel atom&#41;        511.000   new
iPad4                                   510.000
Nexus 10  &#40;2 cores&#41;                     510.000   new
Google Nexus 5 &#40;4 cores&#41;                508.000   new 
Amoi N828 &#40;4 cores MTK6589 @ 4x1,2GHz&#41;  493.000
iPhone 5 &#40;2 cores&#41;                      476.800
HTC one X tegra3 &#40;4 cores&#41;              470.000
Motorola G &#40;4 cores&#41;                    460.000   new
google nexus 7 tablet pc &#40;4 cores&#41;      457.000
SamsungGalaxy S4&#40;1.9Ghz,4 cores,1GBhash&#41;450.000   new
Asus Transformer Prime &#40;4 threads&#41;      440.435
HTC one                                 438.000   new
Huawei P6 &#40;Hi-SiliconK3V2 4x1.5&#41;        405.000   new 
Google Nexus4 &#40;4 cores&#41;                 400.000
Xiaomi Mi2                              386.000
Sony Xperia Z &#40;4 cores&#41;                 376.000
Oppo Find 5                             368.000
Samsung Galaxy 3 &#40;2 core&#41;               333.567
Galaxy Note                             329.000
Trekstor Surftab                        305.000
iPad mini                               277.500
iPad3                                   277.000
Ipad2 &#40;2 cores&#41;                         274.000
Motorola Razr i &#40;2 cores hyperthread&#41;   271.000
Sony xperia S &#40;2 cores&#41;                 259.000
Tablet Rockchip RK3066 2core @1.6Ghz    250.000 
samsung galaxy S2                       253.000
Motorola X                              253.000   new
Motorola Razr &#40;Slimkat Android 4.4.2&#41;   250.000
iPhone 4S &#40;Apple A5&#41;                    225.500
Lenovo A660 &#40;2 cores&#41;                   222.000
Advent Vega Tegra2                      220.500
Sony Tablet S                           218.000
Motorola Razr xt910 &#40;2 cores&#41;           216.000
Motorola Razr HD                        212.000
LG Optimus Speed P990 &#40;2 cores&#41;         200.000
HTC one S qualcomm s4 &#40;2 cores&#41;         200.000
Sony Xperia P &#40;2 cores&#41;                 196.000
Samsung Galaxy SIII 1.5GHz &#40;2 Cores&#41;    189.867
Motorola Razr i &#40;1 core&#41;                186.000
Nuu Nu1 &#40;qualcom dualcore 1.7 Ghz&#41;      142.000
samsung epic                            141.000
HTC Flyer, 1.5 Ghz                      140.000
Advent Vega Tablet &#40;2 cores&#41;            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 &#40;1 core&#41;   25.750
Ipod touch 2nd gen                       16.500
Palm Pre oc. 1Ghz &#40;Webos1.4.5&#41;           16.000
ZT-180 10,2" Pad                         15.345
Palm Pre oc. 800mhz &#40;Webos1.4.5&#41;         13.000
APAD Rockchip 600mhz &#40;android1.5&#41;        10.000
Palm Pre 500mhz &#40;Webos1.4.5&#41;              8.000
i decided to buy a cheap china mobile.

its the star ulephone with 1080 Knps.

it uses 8 x 1.7 Ghz a7 cores.
there were several 2.0 Ghz mobiles but they wanted twice the price for them. so i decided to buy the cheap ulefone.
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This is my figure for my new TCL Idol X+ S960 :

1.085.000 nps ( 8 cores at 2.0 GHz)

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Re: What about LG google nexus 5 ?

Post by Alex54 » Thu May 08, 2014 10:23 pm

I did a mistake due to a wrong memory adjustment.

The final right figure is :

1.112.000 nps ( 8 cores a t 2.0 GHz )


Ipad Air (2 64bit cores 1.4 ghz) 1.218.000 new highscore
Iphone 5s (2 64bit cores 1.3 ghz) 1.152.000 new
iPad Mini 2 (2 64bit cores 1.3 GHz) 1.128.000
TCL Idol X+ S960 ( 8 cores 2.0 GHz) 1.112.000
Zopo ZP998 (8 cores) 1.100.000
Star Ulefone U9592 (8 cores 1.6 Ghz) 1.080.000
ASUS Transformer TF701t (4 cores ) 1.054.000 <- new
Samsung Note10.1 2014 (4cores exynos) 1.014.000 <- new
Samsung Galaxy Note2 (4 cores) 714.000
ASUS Transformer TF300T (4 cores) 661.000
Sony Xperia Z1 (4 cores) 602.000
Asus Infinity tf700 (4 cores) 590.000 new
Note 3 (4 cores) 581.000 new
Galaxy S3 (4 cores) 574.000
Cubot One (4 core MTK 6589T@ 4x1.5Ghz) 568.000 new
LG G2 556.000 new
Pomp c6 (4 cores MT6589T) 553.000
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
Google Nexus 5 (4 cores) 508.000 new
Amoi N828 (4 cores MTK6589 @ 4x1,2GHz) 493.000
iPhone 5 (2 cores) 476.800
HTC one X tegra3 (4 cores) 470.000
Motorola G (4 cores) 460.000 new
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 xperia S (2 cores) 259.000
Tablet Rockchip RK3066 2core @1.6Ghz 250.000
samsung galaxy S2 253.000
Motorola X 253.000 new
Motorola Razr (Slimkat Android 4.4.2) 250.000
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
Sony Xperia P (2 cores) 196.000
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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Re: What about LG google nexus 5 ?

Post by mclane » Fri May 09, 2014 5:42 am

Mediathek kills Qualcomm for chess.
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Re: What about LG google nexus 5 ?

Post by kaissa » Sat May 10, 2014 5:14 pm

mclane wrote:Mediathek kills Qualcomm for chess.
I plan on buying a tablet for reading books and playing chess. For my budget I found 3 tablets locally:

1. Samsung Galaxy Tab III 7.0 with 1.2 GHz dual-core PXA986 (Cortex A9) processor. Around 170$.

2. Asus MemoPad HD 7 with with 1.2 GHz quad-core MT8125 or 8260. I am not sure which one. Around 140$.

3. Lenovo A1000L with 1.0 GHz dual-core MT8317 processor. Around 100$.

Of these Asus seems to have the strongest processor for chess. I would appreciate any recommendations for these.

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