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  • theblueredmonk theblueredmonk Dec 11, 2012 5:37 AM Flag

    Motorola Atom Razr I beats ARM dual-core Razr M in battery

    A multi-core benchmark is not the same as a multi-threaded benchmark. In real world performance tests (engadgetDOTcom and others), Medfeld beats Snapdragon. A 32nm 5 year old ATOM, beating a 28nm Snapdragon in battery life and performance.

    ARM is SLOW, cannot run Windows well. Its done.

    I know the difference between multi-core and multi-thread:) Geekbench spawns the correct number of threads for the Atom cores. See for yourself:


    and search on Z2480 .

    As for benchmarks, we now have a variety of tests:

    Java: Snapdragon wins
    Javascript: Medfield wins
    Native: Snapdragon wins
    GPU: Snapdragon wins
    Suites (such as Quadrant, Vellamo, AnTuTu) : Snapdragon wins

    As engadget put it:

    "Expect the greatest screen or the fastest performance and you're likely to be a little disappointed".

    As for windows, I agree with your view that ARM is dead, but not due to performance. Clovertrail is on Geekbench, search for Z2760 and compare it with the ARM solutions in tablets.

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