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  • Apples to Apples Comparison of Mobile CPUs and Desktop

    Hi there,

    I came across this old thread:

    http://www.passmark.com/forum/showth...PU-performance

    Given that smartphones/tablets now can do 64bit and SMID instructions as well -- what is best way to do an apples to apples comparison for these two tables:

    Apple MacBook Pro 15 - Intel Core i7-4740HQ
    Apple MacBook Pro 13 - Intel Core i5-4250U
    Asus Transformer Book T100TAZ2760 - Intel Atom Z2760
    HP Chromebook 11 - Samsung Exynos 5250
    Dell Latitude E7440 Touch - Intel Core i5 4300U
    Lenovo G580 - Intel Core i5-3210M
    Lenovo IdeaPad U430 Touch - Intel Core i5-4200U
    Lenovo ThinkPad X240 - Intel Core i5-4200U
    Acer Aspire E1-510P-2671 - Intel Celeron N2920
    MSI GS70 Stealth - Intel Core i7-4700MQ

    and


    Galaxy S5 - Snapdragon 801
    HTC One (M - Snapdragon 801
    iPhone 5s - Apple A7
    Nexus 5 - Snapdragon 800
    Moto X - Moto X8
    Moto G - Snapdragon 400
    LG G2 - Snapdragon 800
    Galaxy Note 3 - Snapdragon 800


    Thanks in advance.



  • #2
    Given that smartphones/tablets now can do 64bit and SMID instructions as wel
    I think you mean, SIMD, not SMID.
    The Snapdragon 800 isn't 64bit and Android isn't 64bit either. Even for Apple, which does now have some 64bit support, it will be a while before it becomes more than a niche. SIMD support also isn't anywhere near as broad as x86 CPUs.

    The old thread is still valid in terms of how to do a comparison.

    But at some point, probably in the next 12 months, we are going to have to do a 64bit release for iOS and Android.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by David (PassMark) View Post
      I think you mean, SIMD, not SMID.
      Ah! Yes, you are correct. Thanks for clarification.

      Originally posted by David (PassMark) View Post
      The Snapdragon 800 isn't 64bit and Android isn't 64bit either. Even for Apple, which does now have some 64bit support, it will be a while before it becomes more than a niche. SIMD support also isn't anywhere near as broad as x86 CPUs.

      The old thread is still valid in terms of how to do a comparison.

      But at some point, probably in the next 12 months, we are going to have to do a 64bit release for iOS and Android.
      For the CPUs I mentioned above, where on the site do I find:

      Integer Test
      Floating Point Test
      Prime Number Test
      String Sorting
      Compression Encryption

      This is for a blog post on differences between mobile and desktop CPUs -- more than happy to source PassMark in the post.

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      • #4
        We don't make the raw numbers available, but you can load baselines within PerformanceTest to see results for a particular baseline of a computer with that CPU type.

        The following numbers are averages from PerformanceTest V8 of variety of mobile CPUs as of 29/May/2014:

        Intel Core i7-4960HQ
        Integer Test ~153888 MOps/Sec
        Floating Point Test ~7058 MOps/Sec
        Prime Number Test ~43.2 Million Prime/Sec
        String Sorting ~6487 Thousand Strings/Sec
        Compression ~11340 KBytes/Sec
        Encryption ~1595 MBytes/Sec

        Intel Core i5-4300U
        Integer Test ~5788 MOps/Sec
        Floating Point Test ~2638 MOps/Sec
        Prime Number Test ~11.6 Million Prime/Sec
        String Sorting ~2660 Thousand Strings/Sec
        Compression ~4498 KBytes/Sec
        Encryption ~634 MBytes/Sec

        Intel Core i5-3210M
        Integer Test ~6005 MOps/Sec
        Floating Point Test ~2782 MOps/Sec
        Prime Number Test ~11.8 Million Prime/Sec
        String Sorting ~2776 Thousand Strings/Sec
        Compression ~4808 KBytes/Sec
        Encryption ~651 MBytes/Sec

        AMD A10-4600M
        Integer Test ~7239 MOps/Sec
        Floating Point Test ~2570 MOps/Sec
        Prime Number Test ~8.4 Million Prime/Sec
        String Sorting ~2528 Thousand Strings/Sec
        Compression ~4238 KBytes/Sec
        Encryption ~538 MBytes/Sec

        Intel Celeron N2920
        Integer Test ~4105 MOps/Sec
        Floating Point Test ~1242 MOps/Sec
        Prime Number Test ~3.7 Million Prime/Sec
        String Sorting ~1621 Thousand Strings/Sec
        Compression ~2084 KBytes/Sec
        Encryption ~311 MBytes/Sec

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        • #5
          The following numbers are averages:

          Samsung Galaxy S 5 (SM-G900F )
          Integer Test ~401 MOps/Sec
          Floating Point Test ~783 MOps/Sec
          Prime Number Test ~165 Thousand Prime/Sec
          String Sorting ~2541 Thousand Strings/Sec
          Compression ~2371 KBytes/Sec
          Encryption ~8.7 MBytes/Sec

          HTC One m8
          Integer Test ~382 MOps/Sec
          Floating Point Test ~750 MOps/Sec
          Prime Number Test ~161 Thousand Prime/Sec
          String Sorting ~2636 Thousand Strings/Sec
          Compression ~2753 KBytes/Sec
          Encryption ~9.4 MBytes/Sec

          Nexus 5
          Integer Test ~320 MOps/Sec
          Floating Point Test ~698 MOps/Sec
          Prime Number Test ~143 Thousand Prime/Sec
          String Sorting ~2177 Thousand Strings/Sec
          Compression ~1892 KBytes/Sec
          Encryption ~7.6 MBytes/Sec

          Moto X (XT105)
          Integer Test ~147 MOps/Sec
          Floating Point Test ~284 MOps/Sec
          Prime Number Test ~62 Thousand Prime/Sec
          String Sorting ~1037 Thousand Strings/Sec
          Compression ~1103 KBytes/Sec
          Encryption ~4.1 MBytes/Sec

          LG G2 (LG-D802 )
          Integer Test ~355 MOps/Sec
          Floating Point Test ~703 MOps/Sec
          Prime Number Test ~137 Thousand Prime/Sec
          String Sorting ~2217 Thousand Strings/Sec
          Compression ~1943 KBytes/Sec
          Encryption ~7.2 MBytes/Sec

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