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  1. root@bacon:/ # cat /proc/last_kmsg | grep bin: -i [ 1.037692] clock-krait-8974 f9016000.qcom,clock-krait: Speed bin: 3 [ 1.037849] clock-krait-8974 f9016000.qcom,clock-krait: PVS bin: 7 About voltages can't really say, I'm still experimenting, but 1.2V are the defaults @3033MHz.
  2. I'm looking at this website: https://www.ubreakifix.com/blog/lg-g3-teardown/ As you open the phone, the first on the board can be seen the storage NAND memory: (Orange) Toshiba THGBMBG8D4KBAIR 32 GB on-board NAND flash memory Then if we flip the board we can see the big chip in the center: (Orange) SK Hynix 2GB/3GB LPDDR3 RAM layered on the 2.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor. So are you saying your are cooling with the copper shim the 32 GB on-board NAND and the cold passes through it and cools the GPU on the other side of the board? Can't understand your expl
  3. I'm a little bit reluctant to try and test benching in low temperature environments. I'm just curious how you are cooling your phone, I've studied the LG G3 Disassembly Teardown guides available on the internet and it seems that the tiny Qualcomm CPU is actually beneath the motherboard directly under display. So what exactly are you cooling in your screenshots, looks to me you have some frosting on your battery.
  4. Dar de asta ce zici? http://hwbot.org/submission/2730729_ Sincer nu e mare performanță, dacă poate telefonul, aia e frecvența...
  5. Not sure if you know or if you handle this but if your temp hits 70 degrees you will throttle and won't be able to keep 2.88 GHz for all benchmark.
  6. When I search for "801 MSM8974AC" I get three results on the main site. One contains almost all phones with a Snapdragon 801 phone: http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/snapdragon_801_msm8974ac_v3_2457mhz/ Another one contains only guys with Samsung Galaxy S5 phones. http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/snapdragon_801_msm8974ac__8974_v3_2457mhz/ Should those two categories merged? Last one contains phones that are not matching a valid frequency (2500MHz is not correct, 2457MHz is the stock frequency): http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/snapdragon_801_msm8974ac_v3_2500mhz/
  7. Data viitoare să pui și 4700HQ, pentru că este varianta soldered a lui 4700MQ.
  8. Lollipop e mult mai eficient pe stock runs, dar câteva din tweakurile care îmi aduc puncte babane pe Kitkat, pe Lollipop mă penalizează grav... Am reușit și 4K+ pe Lollipop acum 2 săptămâni din întâmplare, dar nu a vrut să îmi facă submit, nu știu de ce uneori refuză să îmi facă submit la scoruri, iar acum nu mai pot să reproduc scorul ăla...
  9. Device is One Plus One. It should be capable of reaching 4K points, but nowhere near 14K. Just saw that I was so close of breaking the world record of 64 cores CPU: http://hwbot.org/submission/2482566_dhenzjhen_hwbot_prime_4x_opteron_6386_se_14505.64_pps
  10. Can someone delete this result? I know how I did it, but don't know how to reproduce again the issue. Also, why I have that spam of competition appearing multiple times in my page? http://hwbot.org/submission/2711540
  11. I see another submission being misidentified. http://hwbot.org/submission/2653476_hippogriff_hwbot_prime_snapdragon_s4_msm8260a_1500mhz_2620_pps/ Because of the CPU at 2457MHz I would say this is again the One Plus One phone.
  12. Unfortunately, I just can't get this working with worthy results. Last night I stripped out all references for the apache http functionality and also removed all references to awt, swing and jaxb , basically removed all classes in the sun "javax.*" domain, only to see the score. However the results are disappointing... got no idea what I'm doing wrong or where is the problem. I can get scores over 3200 points in the original Android application, while running directly in dalvik I get: No native cpu speed library for linux yet... falling back to OS tools. --------- HWBOT Prime
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