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#1 Nickos-V

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Posted 11 August 2011 - 12:25 PM

Quadrant With Some Linpack & Neocore Benchmarks For Cortex A8 & A9 CPUs

Quadrant Advanced
http://www.aurorasoftworks.com/

Linpack (FPU bench)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LINPACK

Neocore 3D Bench
https://market.andro...x.neocore&hl=en


[1] EV2 - 2 x A9 @ 533 MHz + PowerVR 530
*Great CPU & Linpack scores because of multi-threaded tests, weak to Ok 2D scores, Ok 3D score.

A9N
http://micdigi.com/2...d-on-dual-core/

Linpack: 18.5 Mflops
Quadrant: 1394
CPU: 3890, Memory: 710, I/O: 1918, 2D: 110, 3D: 341

Rena 3
http://4pda.ru/forum...&noform=1&st=20

Linpack: 18.5
Quadrant: 1226
CPU: 3415, Mem: 687, I/O: 1502, 2D: 164, 3D: 386


[2] Amlogic AM8726 - A9 @ 800 MHz or 1 GHz O/C + ARM Mali-400
*Great Linpack & CPU scores, great 2D, weaker I/O and good 3D.

7" Anku?
http://www.androidat...id=58&Itemid=70

Linpack: 21.6 Mflops
Quadrant: ???
CPU: 2655, Mem: 1297, I/O: 489, 2D: 236, 3D: 444

W10
http://www.pcpop.com.../657420_1.shtml

Linpack: 19 Mflops
Quadrant: 997
CPU: 2768, Mem: 1032, I/O: 501, 2D: 238, 3D: 447

Ten SmartQ (aml8726) (1024x768)
http://www.isyo.net/...php?tid-33.html

Quadrant: 2434
CPU: 2142, Mem: 1289, I/O: 8178, 2D: 120, 3D: 442
Neocore: 29.7 FPS

Zenithink C91 (aml8726 @ 1 GHz) (1024x600)
http://b.it168.com/t...714746-1-1.html

Quadrant: 1748
CPU: 2661, Mem: 935, I/O: 4627, 2D: 144, 3D: 373

Ainol NOVO 8 (1280x768)
http://micdigi.com/2...s-of-haipad-m8/
http://bbs.imp3.net/...315006-1-1.html

Quadrant: 2000
CPU: 2667, Mem: 1175, I/O: 5652, 2D: 99, 3D: 407
Neocore: 25.1 FPS


[3] Samsung S5PV210 A8 @ 1 or 1.2 GHz + PowerVR 540
*Very strong 2D & 3D scores, weaker I/O & CPU score though Linpack (FPU) gives good score to Samsung. Quadrant must have ran some CPU tests that the Samsung CPU was not happy about and may not reflect real world performance. S5PC110 should get similar performance with better battery life.

Aishuo A815
http://www.shenit.co...d-tablet-video/

Linpack: 14 Mflops
Quadrant: 955
CPU: 1432, Memory: 1622, I/O: 568, 2D: 266, 3D: 887

HeroTab MID816
Linpack: 15
Quadrant: 1019
CPU: 1520, Memory: 1671, I/O: 750, 2D: 263, 3D: 889

M728/T9 (800x600)
http://dealer.zol.co...et_5215438.html

Linpack: 13.73
Quadrant: 926
CPU: 1371, Mem: 1511, I/O: 621, 2D: 256, 3D: 870
Neocore: 58.1 FPS


[4] Freescale i.MX515 + Adreno 200 (AMD Z430?)
*Weak CPU score, good 2D and weak 3D.

OhPad @ 1 GHz
http://mid.pconline..../2340642_2.html

Quadrant: 1020
CPU: 970, Mem: 947, I/O: 2796, 2D: 180, 3D: 209


[5] Rockchip 2918 + Vivante GC800
*Very good 3D but weaker 2D Quadrant scores in almost all benches below except for the Arnova 10G2 which has good 2D #. This could point to a driver (firmware) issue rather than badly designed 2D GPU? Could affect fast action, higher res display or high detail 2D type games. Also, Linpack (FPU) scores are tad low but Quadrant CPU scores were great. ie, different CPU tests in these benches gave different CPU/FPU scores.

Cube U9GT @ 1.2 GHz
http://www.chinadigi...et-pc-u9gt.html

Quadrant: 1180
CPU: 2314, Mem: 954, I/O: 1938, 2D: 94, 3D: 601

Arnova 10G2
http://www.arctablet...-512-mb-review/

Linpack: 10.9
Quadrant: 1246
CPU: 2341, Mem: 986, I/O: 2119, 2D: 175, 3D: 607
Neocore: 39.3 FPS

Huaye RK2918
http://www.okpbw.com...40-5/5513-2.htm

Linpack: 8.5
Quadrant: 1172
CPU: 2712, Mem: 886, I/O 1723, 2D: 77, 3D: 462
Neocore: 39.9 FPS

UZone F4
http://www.szuzone.c...tail.asp?id=287

Linpack: 10.2
Quadrant: 1350
CPU: 3106, Mem: 970, I/O: 2041, 2D: 71, 3D: 562
Neocore: 36.5 FPS

Uzone F2C
http://www.ereadcn.c...ews-3939-page-4

Linpack: 11
Quadrant: 1303
CPU: 2908, Mem: 992, I/O: 1865, 2D: 129, 3D: 619
NeoCore: 46.5 FPS

Taipower T760 (1024x600)
http://www.gaopad.co...ad-138-1-1.html

Linpack: 9.4
Quadrant: 1286
CPU: 3087, Mem: 895, I/O: 1800, 2D: 97, 3D: 552
Neocore: 35.5 FPS

Wopad i7 (800x480)
Benches done on my tablet

Linpack: 12.9
Quadrant: 1333
CPU: 2921, Mem: 954, I/O: 1971, 2D: 117, 3D: 700
Neocore: 58.0 FPS
Vellamo: 360


[6] TI OMAP A8 1 GHz + PowerVR 530
*Ok 3D but more on weaker side which can be seen in Quadrant 3D & Neocore scores. 2D seems pretty good. Linpack & CPU scores are good. So-so for 3D gaming but should do everything else well. Avoid if you want great 3D performance.

Archos 101 IT (OMAP 3630)
http://www.arctablet...io-100-tablets/

Linpack: 12.8
Quadrant: 1202
CPU: 2639, Mem: 1201, I/O: 1647, 2D: 203, 3D: 319
Neocore: 24.2 FPS


[7] Nvidia Tegra II - 2 x A9 @ 1 GHz
*Notice the really great 2D & 3D scores which only the PowerVR 540 (found in Samsung S5P CPUs) can almost match. This CPU+GPU scores very well in all areas since very powerful hardware.

Toshiba Folio 100 (Tegra 2)
http://www.arctablet...io-100-tablets/

Linpack: 36.09
Quadrant: 2762
CPU: 5858, Mem: 2541, I/O: 4217, 2D: 210, 3D: 986
Neocore: 55.9 FPS


[8] Vimicro VC882 A8 @ 1.3 GHz + Vivante GC400

Haipad M8 (1280x768)
http://micdigi.com/2...s-of-haipad-m8/
*2D score on lower side, 3D score good in Quadrant but pretty low Neocore score tells different story about 3D performance. Only suggest for lighter 2D gaming and to avoid 3D games.

Quadrant: 1477
CPU: 2782, Mem: 1116, I/O: 2952, 2D: 118, 3D: 415
Neocore: 13.6 FPS


[9] AllWinner "A10 chip", Cortex A8 @ 1 GHz + Mali-400 GPU

Novo 7 Advanced (800x480)
http://www.slatedroi...post__p__254290

Quadrant Total: 1411 - check Wopad A7 for idea of score breakdown
Neocore: 53.9 FPS
Linpack: 16.01 MFLOPS

Wopad A7 (800x480)
From McBub site, "Wopad A10 5 Points Touch 2160P Decoding Prototype Hands-On Review"

Quadrant Total: 1537
CPU: 4471, Mem: 1495, I/O: 688, 2D: 232, 3D: 798


[10] Samsung Exynos, Dual Core Cortex A9 @ 1.2 GHz + Mali-400 MP GPU
*Uses multicore Mali-400 GPU

Samsung Galaxy S II phone
http://blog.clove.co...essive-results/
http://dnlgee.me.uk/blog/?p=691

Quadrant Total: 3344
CPU: 6692, Mem: 3925, I/O: 4067, 2D: 859, 3D: 1179
NeoCore: 59.7 FPS


[20] Ingenic Xburst, MIPS 24K CPU @ 1 GHz + Vivante GC860 GPU

Novo 7 Basic
http://bbs.imp3.net/...458038-1-1.html

Quadrant Total: 1270
CPU: 4377, Mem: 816, I/O: 431, 2D: 201, 3D: 527
Vellamo: 331


NOTES
A] Some CPUs get high Quadrant scores because of I/O which are somewhat important but not that much. Better to look at individual scores rather than the totals when doing comparisons.

The S5PV210 & AM8726 seem to score really low in I/O which brings their total score down. GPU (2D & 3D) is most important to check for the best gaming anyways!

#1 For the Linpack (FPU) scores; the Galaxy Tab (A8 @ 1 GHz) scores 19.5 and Samsung S5PC110 Dev Board @ 1 Ghz scores 13 Mflops for comparison. Quadrant CPU likely measures CPU not FPU performance, ie # of instructions and integer math.

#2 A9N scored higher in CPU but multicore only improves multitasking/OS responsiveness and when using multi-threaded applications. Many games and lots of applications tend to be single threaded. In most cases, 70% or higher. Plus, the somewhat weaker GPU means so-so gaming performance.

#3 For EV2 chip, single threaded programs will only use 1 x A9 @ 533 Mhz which maybe underpowered. Also, high CPU requirement, single threaded applications will use 1 core and may not run really well or at all @ 533 MHz.

#4 The A9N (EV2) uses 3.7v battery and will last longer; almost twice of tablets using 7.4 volts. Almost all China tablets use 7.4v (3.7v + 3.7v in series) and so they only have half the battery capacity. 2 x 3000 mAh @ 7.4v (in series) = 3000 mAh. 2 x 3000 mAh @ 3.7v (in parallel) = 6000 mAh. That also explains why the iPads get 10+ hours of battery time since they run off of 3.7 volts!

#5 The difference in I/O is really crazy. The S5PV210 & AM8726 score very low in this test meaning they will be slower to boot, open, copy and write files but this should be considered a minor negative because their CPUs & GPUs are pretty good performers and should run everything pretty well.

#6 Higher resolutions affect Quadrant 2D & 3D & Neocore scores; give lower gaming performance. If gaming is very important to you then choose a lower resolution tablet. Higher res makes text crisper and better for web browsing & reading.

Conclusion
If you want (1) to ensure all single threaded, high CPU requirement applications run properly and/or (2) are into gaming then avoid buying EV2 tablets like the A9N and Rena3 and go for a higher speed, single core A8 or A9 with PowerVR 540 (S5PV210) or Mali-400 GPU (AM8726).

THIS IS WHY BENCHMARKS ARE IMPORTANT. TO SEE AND CHECK THE PERFORMANCE AND QUALITY OF TABLETS BECAUSE NOT EACH IS EQUAL!!!


Edit #1: added in Amlogic benches
Edit #2: added in many more benches, some other A8 chips and revised some content.
Edit #3: added in more RK2918, TEGRA 2, OMAP 3630, AML8726 benches & cleaned up content for better reading.
Edit #4: added in Ainol Novo 8, INLE M728/T9 & Haipad M8 + point #6.

Edited by Nickos-V, 13 November 2011 - 08:35 PM.

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*MINIX NEO X5 (RK3066) - OK. Not fun because uses mouse cursor.
*YUANDAO N80 DUAL (RK3066) - Very good
*CUBE U30GT (RK3066)- Defective; buttons broke in 2-3 weeks; Bad quality control!!! I will never buy a Cube again!!! - Very good while working
*WOPAD I7 (RK2918)- About OK. Sluggish because has weaker ARM chip (RK2918) & less RAM (512 MB).

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Posted 11 August 2011 - 07:25 PM

Here is a table with performance benches for some of the A8 & A9 chips. Much easier to look at for compare but written in Chinese.

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*MINIX NEO X5 (RK3066) - OK. Not fun because uses mouse cursor.
*YUANDAO N80 DUAL (RK3066) - Very good
*CUBE U30GT (RK3066)- Defective; buttons broke in 2-3 weeks; Bad quality control!!! I will never buy a Cube again!!! - Very good while working
*WOPAD I7 (RK2918)- About OK. Sluggish because has weaker ARM chip (RK2918) & less RAM (512 MB).

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Posted 12 August 2011 - 01:11 PM

@Nickos-V

Yes, a benchmark database would be an extremely worthy addition to the SlateDroid Wiki. If you do not currently have access, I would like to encourage you to please contact one of our wiki admins mogrith or Mark Adams via PM for editing privileges.

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Posted 12 August 2011 - 08:36 PM

@Nickos-V

Yes, a benchmark database would be an extremely worthy addition to the SlateDroid Wiki.


Ok, but first I will have to format the results I grabbed into a comparison table. Right now my first post has the benches I found off the Internet but not laid out for easy reading. A table works best for less data. Though I was thinking more of people choosing particular tablet(s) (or specific A8/A9 chip(s)), the info retrieved from the server and displayed onscreen and allowing side-by-side comparisons. ie, a system kinda similar to the TabletDB you have now would be required if you wanted to take this to the next level.

The benchmark results I have found should provide a good enough idea to users about what performance to expect from the different A8 & A9 CPUs used in Chinese tablets to help them decide which tablet would fit them best.

*MINIX NEO X5 (RK3066) - OK. Not fun because uses mouse cursor.
*YUANDAO N80 DUAL (RK3066) - Very good
*CUBE U30GT (RK3066)- Defective; buttons broke in 2-3 weeks; Bad quality control!!! I will never buy a Cube again!!! - Very good while working
*WOPAD I7 (RK2918)- About OK. Sluggish because has weaker ARM chip (RK2918) & less RAM (512 MB).

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Posted 04 September 2011 - 09:52 PM

I updated the info in my first post and added a bunch of tablets to it, like Tegra II, Ainol Novo 8, INLE M728 (T9), Haipad M8 and many others. Lots of information to help you guys out. I also am giving a quick summary below for best 2D & 3D gaming CPU+GPU.

Best For 2D Gaming
#1 Samsung S5P V210/C110
#2 AmLogic AML8726
#3 Tegra II & TI OMAP - scores very close

*All of these CPUs scored over 200 in Quadrant 2D @ lower resolutions which is very good. Any of these is a really good choice.
*Scores were pretty close except for Samsung CPUs which lead with pretty big difference.
*Rockchip rk2918 had very low 2D Quadrant score and really not sure why. It did not make the cut scoring on the very low end. Could be bad 2D driver, bad 2D GPU design or problem with 2D Quadrant test.

Best For 3D Gaming
#1 Samsung S5P V210/C110 & Tegra II - pretty close
#2 Rockchip RK2918
#3 Amlogic AML8726
#4 TI OMAP

*based off Quadrant 3D & Neocore scores. Samsung & Tegra II really outscore the rest.
*The others have difference of about 5-10 FPS per rank.

CPUs That Give Best Battery Life
#1 Renesas EV2
#2 Tegra II ???
#3 Samsung S5PC110 tablets & Wopad i7 (RK2918)

*No actual tests done but from the info I gathered on my own
*All of these should get 6+ hours of battery use

Edited by Nickos-V, 04 September 2011 - 09:54 PM.


*MINIX NEO X5 (RK3066) - OK. Not fun because uses mouse cursor.
*YUANDAO N80 DUAL (RK3066) - Very good
*CUBE U30GT (RK3066)- Defective; buttons broke in 2-3 weeks; Bad quality control!!! I will never buy a Cube again!!! - Very good while working
*WOPAD I7 (RK2918)- About OK. Sluggish because has weaker ARM chip (RK2918) & less RAM (512 MB).

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Posted 19 September 2011 - 03:17 PM

Added in Wopad i7 benchmarks to my 1st post. See 1st post #5 for results.

*MINIX NEO X5 (RK3066) - OK. Not fun because uses mouse cursor.
*YUANDAO N80 DUAL (RK3066) - Very good
*CUBE U30GT (RK3066)- Defective; buttons broke in 2-3 weeks; Bad quality control!!! I will never buy a Cube again!!! - Very good while working
*WOPAD I7 (RK2918)- About OK. Sluggish because has weaker ARM chip (RK2918) & less RAM (512 MB).

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Posted 20 September 2011 - 10:35 PM

very worthy entry, you've given a full introduction to performance of various CPUs. thanks op

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Posted 21 September 2011 - 01:56 PM

Thanks for all the wonderful and useful information on your forum. :)

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Posted 28 September 2011 - 03:04 PM

Thanks Julian & geekbang.

Roman has also done a very good post which is right for the most part. Roman's post provides some extra information. Worth looking over though the benchmarks in this thread speak for themselves about CPU & GPU performance. =)

Roman's Tablet Info Post

Edited by Nickos-V, 28 September 2011 - 03:06 PM.


*MINIX NEO X5 (RK3066) - OK. Not fun because uses mouse cursor.
*YUANDAO N80 DUAL (RK3066) - Very good
*CUBE U30GT (RK3066)- Defective; buttons broke in 2-3 weeks; Bad quality control!!! I will never buy a Cube again!!! - Very good while working
*WOPAD I7 (RK2918)- About OK. Sluggish because has weaker ARM chip (RK2918) & less RAM (512 MB).

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Posted 14 October 2011 - 09:15 AM

I have got a tegra 2 Hannspad scores 2200-2300 normally pretty good^^

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Posted 30 October 2011 - 12:14 PM

Mine skypad alpha tablet scores 1019 in quadrant

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Posted 03 November 2011 - 08:15 PM

I was thinking of buying a Herotab C8, which has the Samsung S5PV210 processor and PowerVR SGX540 graphics. But then I saw the MID T2 (http://www.merimobil..._p/meri0720.htm) which has a Tegra 2. Does this mean the MID T2 is a better (faster) tablet?

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Posted 03 November 2011 - 10:05 PM

I was thinking of buying a Herotab C8, which has the Samsung S5PV210 processor and PowerVR SGX540 graphics. But then I saw the MID T2 (http://www.merimobil..._p/meri0720.htm) which has a Tegra 2. Does this mean the MID T2 is a better (faster) tablet?

Thanks for the post. You are better discussing in this thread.
http://www.slatedroi...887#entry260887

I just saw this post & tablet today and from first impression looks like a more powerful tablet. It scores very well in Antutu with almost double the score of my i7. So yes, it should perform better than the Herotab also. Need more info and benchmarks but looks really good so far. I would say better than the Chinese tablets currently available for performance but still need to read about screen & WiFi. Also, 800x480 is little disappointing on this tablet since text would have looked crisper had they gone with higher res which very few tablets decide to do.

*MINIX NEO X5 (RK3066) - OK. Not fun because uses mouse cursor.
*YUANDAO N80 DUAL (RK3066) - Very good
*CUBE U30GT (RK3066)- Defective; buttons broke in 2-3 weeks; Bad quality control!!! I will never buy a Cube again!!! - Very good while working
*WOPAD I7 (RK2918)- About OK. Sluggish because has weaker ARM chip (RK2918) & less RAM (512 MB).

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Posted 06 November 2011 - 03:02 PM

Thanks Nickos-V... I actually ended up ordering an Ainol NOVO 7. There just wasn't enough information on the MID T2 and I didn't want to risk it. The NOVO 7 was also considerably cheaper than both the MID T2 and the Herotab C8. I looked at a few YouTube videos comparing the C8 and NOVO 7 and it appeared that the NOVO 7 played games faster, so I went with that one instead. I also read a few posts on this forum of people who had both, and almost every review said that the NOVO 7 was faster than the C8.

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 11:06 AM

Here is a table with performance benches for some of the A8 & A9 chips. Much easier to look at for compare but written in Chinese.

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wow

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 06:36 PM

these are all OFW and not CFW ? . what if a 'good' tweaker has gone in there and boosted a tablet ? . prox32 for instance...

Edited by old_fart, 08 November 2011 - 06:37 PM.


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Posted 08 November 2011 - 09:45 PM

these are all OFW and not CFW ? . what if a 'good' tweaker has gone in there and boosted a tablet ? . prox32 for instance...

#1 This is what people should expect with stock firmware
#2 tweaking firmware should have very little impact
#3 overclock would affect performance the most but can cause stability, heating issues and wear out your chip much quicker.

This thread just provides general overview of how well the CPU & GPU performs for the tablets listed and can be used to compare between the different tablets.

*MINIX NEO X5 (RK3066) - OK. Not fun because uses mouse cursor.
*YUANDAO N80 DUAL (RK3066) - Very good
*CUBE U30GT (RK3066)- Defective; buttons broke in 2-3 weeks; Bad quality control!!! I will never buy a Cube again!!! - Very good while working
*WOPAD I7 (RK2918)- About OK. Sluggish because has weaker ARM chip (RK2918) & less RAM (512 MB).

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 09:49 PM

wow

A Chinese seller, forgot which one, had run the tests, taken the results and created a table with all the numbers to make comparing the ARM chips easier.

*MINIX NEO X5 (RK3066) - OK. Not fun because uses mouse cursor.
*YUANDAO N80 DUAL (RK3066) - Very good
*CUBE U30GT (RK3066)- Defective; buttons broke in 2-3 weeks; Bad quality control!!! I will never buy a Cube again!!! - Very good while working
*WOPAD I7 (RK2918)- About OK. Sluggish because has weaker ARM chip (RK2918) & less RAM (512 MB).

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 09:56 PM

Thanks Nickos-V... I actually ended up ordering an Ainol NOVO 7.

Great choice. Allwinner A10 chip seems to be the best performing on the CPU side for Cortex A8 CPUs. The Mali-400 is also pretty good too though the PowerVR 540 runs little better and has the best game compatibility. In any case, I would have chosen the Novo 7A myself too over the C8 because also has great battery life.

I will have to add in some A10 benchmarks too. Roman provided me with them for the Novo 7A. Just have to get around to posting them into this thread.

*MINIX NEO X5 (RK3066) - OK. Not fun because uses mouse cursor.
*YUANDAO N80 DUAL (RK3066) - Very good
*CUBE U30GT (RK3066)- Defective; buttons broke in 2-3 weeks; Bad quality control!!! I will never buy a Cube again!!! - Very good while working
*WOPAD I7 (RK2918)- About OK. Sluggish because has weaker ARM chip (RK2918) & less RAM (512 MB).

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 11:48 AM

Added in AllWinner A10 + Samsung Exynos benches to my first post under numbers 9 & 10.
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*MINIX NEO X5 (RK3066) - OK. Not fun because uses mouse cursor.
*YUANDAO N80 DUAL (RK3066) - Very good
*CUBE U30GT (RK3066)- Defective; buttons broke in 2-3 weeks; Bad quality control!!! I will never buy a Cube again!!! - Very good while working
*WOPAD I7 (RK2918)- About OK. Sluggish because has weaker ARM chip (RK2918) & less RAM (512 MB).