AnTutu CPU Master is a tool for changing the CPU/GPU speed (capable of overclock and underclock) on a rooted android devices to improve performance or save battery.
CPU Master Automatic detection CPU's available frequencys, don't need to manually choose.
CPU Master's OverclockWidget show the CPU and battery stats, and change the CPU speed faster and simple.
CPU Master also allows you to set up profiles to change the CPU speed under certain conditions, such as when the phone is asleep or charging, when the battery level drops below a certain point, or when the phone's temperature is too high.
Note: Root is necessary
Test the graphic processing performance of your mobile device with this intense GPU test. With this free GPU benchmarking app you can see how well your phone or tablet performs. What fps can you reach? Compare with other devices to see which one performs better.
More functions will be added soon!
Created with the Unity Game Engine
Graphics by Manufactura K4
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You can change poses and motions of Hatsune Miku, can also use as digital figure with rotation, zoom-in, and zoom-out.
This application has 14 poses and 5 motions.
The bottom operation buttons are scrolled sideways by touch.
The 3D benchmark tools of VOCALOID include "MikuMikuBench", "RinRinBench", and "LukaLukaBench".
The comparative movie is following.
Rotate: single touch
Zoom in: pinch out
Zoom out: pinch in
Exit: (x) button or return button
[ABOUT BENCHMARK SCORE]
The benchmark score is a total of rendered frame number
during time from when the benchmark button is pressed till when the benchmark animation is finished.
[EXAMPLE OF BENCHMARK SCORE]
5785 Samsung / Galaxy S
5560 Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile / ARROWS Z ISW13F
5525 Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile / ARROWS X F-10D
5492 HTC / HTC One S
5377 Sony Mobile / SO-04D
5375 SHARP / AQUOS PHONE SERIE ISW16SH
5350 SHARP / AQUOS PHONE 104SH
5172 Sony Ericsson / SO-03D
5103 HTC / HTC One X
4999 Acer / ICONIA TAB A500
4788 Sony Ericsson / SO-02D
4700 Samsung / Galaxy Tab
4264 FUJITSU / F-12C
4250 SHARP / AQUOS PHONE ZETA SH-09D
4133 SHARP / AQUOS PHONE 102SH
4063 Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile / ARROWS Z ISW11F
2618 Samsung / Galaxy S2
2481 Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile / REGZA Phone T-01C
2454 Sony Ericsson / S0-01B
2226 HTC / HD2
2144 Motorola / XOOM
Android OS 2.1 or later.
GPU support for OpenGL ES 2.0 is recommended.
Device powered by an ARMv7 (Cortex family) CPU.
2011/08/06 ver1.0.0: Published.
2012/05/01 ver2.0.0: Changed 3d model, design.
2012/07/23 ver2.1.0: Improved.
MikuMikuBench (Hatsune Miku)
MikuMikuCompass (Hatsune Miku)
RinRinBench (Kagamine Rin)
LukaLukaBench (Megurine Luka)
There are three tabs in Mobibench.
In Measure tab, there are four buttons, ALL, File IO, SQLite, and Custom. File IO runs sequential or random read/write operations, and SQLite runs transactions of insert, update, and delete DB operation.
ALL runs both File IO and SQLite operation and Custom runs only the tests user have selected.
In Setting tab, there are customizable options. When a measurement process is running Mobibench displays a progress bar to show status of a running test, and illustrates the result upon completion of the test. Mobibench shows three results, Throughput, CPU Utilization, and Number of Context Switches.
VoluMark is based on pure CPU rendering without using the GPU. It is highly optimized with SIMD and multi-threading and an excellent tool to benchmark your CPU performance.
When hitting the BenchMark button benchmarking starts. The rendered volume is a micro -CT scanned head of a mouse of 500x500x400 voxels.
During benchmarking the volume is rotated for 10 seconds. At the end the score is displayed. Rendering is at 500x500 pixels and the image is upscaled to fit the display.
The benchmark has been optimized both for ARM and x86 processors.
Measured VoluMark scores are:
97 for Samsung ARM A57 Exynos 5433 Quad 1.9 Ghz
80 for Samsung ARM A15 Exynos 5420 Quad 1.9 Ghz
72 for Nvidia Denver K1 Dual 2.5 Ghz
58 for Qualcomn 805 Krait Quad 2.7 Ghz
58 for Intel Bay Trail Z3745 Quad 1.86 Ghz
55 for Qualcomn 801 Krait Quad 2.5 Ghz
45 for Qualcomn 600 Krait Quad 1.9 Ghz
43 for QualComn 410 ARM A53 Quad 1.2 Ghz
29 for Nvidia Tegra 3 ARM A9 Quad 1.2 Ghz
26 for QualComn 400 ARM A7 Quad 1.2 Ghz
22 for RockChip RK3066 ARM A9 Dual 1.6 Ghz
19 for QualComn 400 Krait Dual 1.4 Ghz
Besides benchmarking it's possible to interact with the volume.
Drag to rotate. Pinch to zoom.
Clip volume, with first action bar button and then long press on a cube face and drag.
Change the volume transparency and contrast with second action bar button,.
drag up down to remove soft tissue, right left to increase contrast.
Third button to reset.
performance of any Android, iOS and Windows Phone 8 smartphones and tablets for
Simply press "Run Benchmark", the tests will be started.
The benchmark covers a comprehensive suite of tests and produces
an objective overall score and group scores in five different areas, including system,
memory, graphics, web browsing and camera.
While the full version provides all the detailed score breakdown for further analysis, which is meant for product development purpose, the free version is designed for consumers which has the same workload as the full version, but only displays the final score of overall performance and grouped area performance.
More information: http://www.rightware.com/consumer/basemark-os-ii/
You can check the performance of other devices and compare with your own on Rightware's official database Power Board, which collects results from over 1500 smartphones and tablets. http://results.rightware.com/
A Samsung i7500 with 1.5 scores 2000, a Nexus One with 2.2 around 4900 points.
Also look out for An3DBenchXL in the Android market. It's a similar free benchmark with much more demanding tests for higher end devices.
- simple title screen
- options menu
- Timing fix for fast devices (Like Galaxy S)
- Fixed rescale problem
- Benchmark the performance of the whole device, not its isolated components.
- Tests are based on everyday activities, not abstract algorithms.
- Scores reflect real-world performance, not unachievable maximums.
- Tests use real applications and native APIs whenever possible.
- See every test in action instead of watching progress bars.
- Our guide tells you what is being measured and how scores are calculated.
- 100% free. No ads. No in-app purchases. No restrictions.
PCMark for Android app is 23 MB. The Work benchmark is a further 400 MB download, installed when you first run the app.
With PCMark for Android you can choose which benchmarks you install. Right now, there is one benchmark called Work available to download. More benchmarks will be added over time. You can uninstall benchmarks to free up storage space, while leaving PCMark for Android installed and available to browse your saved scores and the Best Devices list.
PCMark for Android is protected by rules for manufacturers and supported by a detailed technical guide that explains exactly what's being measured and how the scores are calculated. Better benchmarking starts here.
PCMark for Android technical guide:
Futuremark benchmark rules:
OS: Android 4.1 or later
Memory: 1 GB (1024 MB)
Graphics: OpenGL ES 2.0 compatible
Storage: 23 MB app only, 423 MB app + tests
This benchmark app is for non-commercial use only. PCMark for Android Professional Edition adds the ability to automate your benchmarking using adb (Android Debug Bridge).
- Business users should contact email@example.com for licensing.
- Members of the press please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also from Futuremark:
3DMark - The Gamer's Benchmark
This time will be send to a server, and they can compare their device to the other services.
» OMEGA benchmark is completely ad-free and free «
› in english & german
Omega Benchmark uses this algorithms:
• generate random numbers
• generate prime numbers
• complex calculation
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Also, we gladly accept suggestions for improvement.*
Free professional gaming performance benchmark app for all users
-- Especially designed for mobile devices
-- Reflect real gaming performance to smart phones/tablets
-- Test target smart devices with different benchmarking measures and game scenes
AnTuTu 3DRating Benchmark is a professional GPU performance benchmarking app, and helps users know deeper to smart phones/tablets in real gaming performance.
-- Support OpenGL ES 3.0
-- Reflect real 3D operation performance
-- Execute different scenes to measure device in real gaming performance
-- Higher benchmarking score means higher 3D gaming performance
AnTuTu 3DRating Benchmark focuses on the solution of benchmarking 3D real gaming performance to smart phones/tables, so every users can figure out which kind of games can be played on their own devices.
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Some sample average values:
Galaxy Nexus: 13.59
Incredible 2: 26.138
Motorola Xoom: 20.492
Motorola Droid3: 23.97
Charts rendered with aChartEngine!
There are many designs of barn doors, but the simplest is the original Haig design, consisting of two bits of wood driven apart by a bolt that is turned once per minute. This design is adequate for single exposures or a series of exposures totaling 10 to 15 minutes, after which incremental "tangent error" causes stars to form noticeable trails.
Barn Door Clock enables a Haig-design barn door tracker to track celestial objects for up to three hours without any incremental tangent error. The clock slowly speeds up to correct for tangent error.
This allows simple, lightweight manual barn door trackers to have the same tracking accuracy as larger, more complex barn doors. Simply input the number of seconds initially required for each cycle of the bolt, the initial angle of the barn door, and the number of prompts per cycle the clock should display. With only a little creativity, the clock can give other rates, like half-sidereal or lunar rate.
The clock also enables you to take rests. In-between sets of exposures, tap the Rest button and quickly dial two cycles ahead (advancing to the "twelve o'clock" position). The clock will beep when you need to resume precise tracking.
The clock design is night-vision friendly.
For more information on building your own barn door tracker, this design demonstrates the simplicity of the concept:
RACE THE CLOCK!
Find as many words as you can before the clock runs out! Bigger words get more score and give you extra time.
Use your bonus letters wisely to get the maximum score, and chain words together to get combo scores!
SOLVE THE PUZZLE!
Find the nine-letter word hidden in the scrambled letters. Unlock hints by making 6, 7 or 8 letter words.