Clock speed is meaningless CPU clock speed has nothing to do with SQL. It is measuring the efficiency of your SQL software and to a lesser extent, the performance of your eMMC or sdcard storage device. CPU clocks won't make your Hard Drive faster.
Interesting result 13.47 seconds on a stock galaxy note 3, seems all these tweaks and overclocks people are doing aren't that effective.
Is this reliable? How can this be reliable when people are posting under 20 seconds with single core processors no matter what over clocking u do it is impossible for a Samsung galaxy s to give under 20 secs especially if clocked at 1.2 ghz as I read in one of the comments either people are down right lying or this app just likes certain phones because my HTC amaze is giving 22 secs at best with both cores overclocked at 1.72ghz per core on gingerbread rooted and let me tell u this is blazing fast phone even with 1 core
4.3 Recently updated, gonna let it sit a night and see if trim make a difference. BTW to everyone who is crying over single cores beating their phones, when I had the Galaxy S with ext4 voodoo lagfix that destroyed every single phone out there when it came to IO performance, also over time nand gets crappy without trim
Maybe it's just me. I know my G'Nex doesn't have the newest hardware, but explain to me how a phone that is over 2 years old performs this test faster?
Good! 16.9 - Galaxy S2. Dormanix Kernel and AOKP M6+ rom. Some other tweaks such as overclocking and read-ahead used.
- Minor interface changes
- Added few new devices in chart
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