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Back on the Google Groups page we had a discussion going about what the processor speed was. Well, the Archos 7 Home Tablet uses a 600 mhz ARM9 processor. so, that should prove that ARM9 is capable of running at that speed.One thing i noticed is on video the Archos was playing back video and running the ebook reader app much smoother. http://www.engadget.com/2010/05/13/archos-7-home-tablet-review/
 

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Archos 7 HT Android uses a different CPU, it is equipped with Rockchip 2808 , a soon to be very popular chipset in the world of android tablets , its obvious potential is that it supports hardware acceleration for videos up to HD so videos must be smooth on that , too bad this device does not have it, but i think as long as they don't put 256mb of ram on it , it's not gonna matter much.
 

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[quote author=KingDani link=topic=31.msg126#msg126 date=1273796918]Archos 7 HT Android uses a different CPU, it is equipped with Rockchip 2808 , a soon to be very popular chipset in the world of android tablets , its obvious potential is that it supports hardware acceleration for videos up to HD so videos must be smooth on that , too bad this device does not have it, but i think as long as they don't put 256mb of ram on it , it's not gonna matter much.[/quote]I know it's a different chip. But I'm using it as evidence that the ARM9 core does support clocks higher than 475 mhz. Meaning, it's likely that our chip really is what it says it is.
 

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i believe our chip also has vid accleration up to hd....ill recheck though
 

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nevermind, it doesnt...to bad XP
 

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Hi there,i just ran CaffeineMark and got the following results:Sieve score = 410 (98)Loop score = 515 (2017)Logic score = 402 (0)String score = 465 (708)Float score = 284 (185)Method score = 354 (166650)Overall score = 397I think, that's in range of the G1, correct me, if it's not.
 

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Google Nexus one ( Android 2.1)Sieve score = 1034(98)Loop Score = 1229(2107)Logic Score = 910 (0)String Score = 1802(708)Float score = 734 (185)Method Score = 724 (1666650)Overall score = 1017
 

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wierd though , the more i run it , the better nexus gets :Dnow overall score is 1156i don't think it's a very precise tool but will clearly show the gap between SlateDroid innards and the likes of beastly N1 or Droid
 

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Numbers from my Magic 32A running Rogers Android 1.5 with Sense:Sieve 622Loop 638Logic 531String 620Float 371Method 535Overall 544And my phone runs very fast - even an iPhone user was surprised how smooth things are. Hardware-wise, the Eken isn't that far behind and definitely should be seeing better performance so the software must be the bottleneck.
 

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HTC Incredible (for comparison):Sleve score = 1060 (98)Loop score = 1158 (2017)Logic score = 898 (0)String score = 1952 (708)Float score 900 (185)Method score = 981 (166650)Overall score = 1111
 

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then:if eken gives a overal of 390and the nexus one gives a overal of 1017.nexus one are a procesor of 1g THENthe eken are a 300 mhz procesor?
 

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Not necessarily ... it could be running a 600 MHz processor but performance could be limited by memory bottleneck. The Eken uses only one single memory chip (Zentel A3R1GE4CFF which is a 1Gb or 128MB DRAM chip) which could be slowing the system score down a bit due to narrow memory width.Besides, 397 is closer to 400, not 300. ;D
 

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yes yes ikanosyou are right is this, since i reading of the procesor speed, i think is a 300 procesor overclock perhaps?o the test results can be modified for the vercion of android.
 

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The datasheet for the the WonderMedia WM8505 specifically states the ARM926EJ-S RISC as being 300MHz.Why is this still being discussed like it's some kind of mystery?OK, so maybe it's overclocked a bit; but it's NOT 600MHz. :
 

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we dont know for sure is why, whats so wrong with wanting to know if its 300 or possibly more? (or less)
 

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Nothing wrong with that. I would also like to know what the actual clock speed is.I just keep seeing people repeating that it's running at 600MHz simple because it says so on the box. I mean really, what reason is there to believe any specs given by the manufactures of these devices. They will tell you anything just to sell them.
 

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It is possible that it is a PRIZM platform chip (a VIA+WM collaboration) that has shown higher than 300mhz CPUs in the past. Once I get mine, I am going to confirm this (don't ask me how, because I don't know yet), just so these threads and questions can be put to rest.
 

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from what i here there may be a free scale mx based cor in there, so it should be able to reach 450+mhz. this is unconfirmed though
 
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