Tag Archives: Geekbench

My Chuwi Hi12 Tablet Gets Benchmarked Via Geekbench

This evening I installed and ran Geekbench on the new Chuwi Hi12 tablet. Geekbench identifies it as a Hampoo E4D6-HI122LP, but that is typical with Chinese tablets. The scores were not too bad at all…

Keep in mind I have yet to tweak the bios to boost the ram speed up to 1600 MHz, right now it is at the factory default 1066 Mhz.

Below is the result of the Chuwi HiBook with the ram speed boosted, but still not up to the numbers that the  Intel Z8350 on the Hi12 produced, versus the Z8300.

 

Chuwi HiBook

So there are no major surprises just yet and testing and playing on the Hi12 shall continue.

Tim

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
This site currently runs on either a Chuwi HiBook tablet or occasionally my Chuwi Hi12 tablet. Check the About page for details. Registration without participation will result in termination.

Ran A GeekBench Test on the Zotac Today. Results Were Pretty Much Expected

ZBox CI323

So this evening I ran a quick GeekBench test on the new Zotac ZBox CI323 Mini PC After all it is taking over for the Dell Optiplex so it seemed like a great idea to get some solid numbers on it.

As expected it was slower on single core than the aging Dell, but in multi-core, the Zotac was the clear winner and since the web server is using all 4 cores and  the Zotac, with no fan and a Celeron processor was clearly the better choice. Also the SSD on the Zotac easily beats the venerable WD 1TB  hard drive for read/write speeds!

Below are screenshots of both results…

Zotac CI323 Results
Optiplex 745 results!

There are also some previous results from my phone and laptop right here.

Tim

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
This site currently runs on either a Chuwi HiBook tablet or occasionally my Chuwi Hi12 tablet. Check the About page for details. Registration without participation will result in termination.

Did a Little More Benchmark Testing on My Devices Today.

Screenshot_2016-08-28-12-08-03
BLU Studio Energy 2 Results

Last night and this morning I ran some tests on all the platforms I have here at HQ, yes even my smartphone got tested.  I ran them all on Geekbench 3 just out of curiosity and there were no real surprises.

The tests were all run in 32 bit mode since the budget here doesn’t allow for purchasing the 64 bit license, but the results should be indicative of overall comparative speeds either way.

In every case the single core tests ran just about as expected with the BLU Energy2 phone at the bottom of the list, but it also has the slowest processor speed at 1.3GHz. Top of the list for single core testing was the Dell Optiplex PC which was also expected because it is clocked at 2.66GHZ. The Chuwi HiBook was next followed by the Asus X553SA notebook, which seems to not follow logic, because the Asus is actually clocked at 1.6Ghz, versus the 1.44GHz on the HiBook, but the Atom X5 processor can clock up to 1.8Ghz, so this might be the case. The single core scores are list below:

  • Dell Optiplex 745 – 1417
  • Chuwi HiBook – 728
  • Asus X553SA –  685
  • BLU Energy2 – 607

Next we have the multi core scores and there is a bit a change here. The clear winner was the Chuwi HiBook, probably because 4 cores are better than 2. The Optiplex came in well below the Chuwi in second place. Next was the BLU Studio Energy2 phone followed by the Asus X553SA in last place. The scores are listed below.

  • Chuwi HiBook – 2128
  • Dell Optiplex 745 –  1920
  • BLU Energy2 – 1655
  • Asus X553SA – 1516

So overall the results basically follow CPU speed and it is the most important in single core processing and then multi core processing with  4 versus 2 cores is always going to win the day. Below are screen shots of the results, click for full size images (the BLU phone is at the top of the article.

Optiplex-Geekbench
Dell Optiplex 745
HiBook-Geekbench
Chuwi HiBook
Asus--Geekbench
Asus X553SA

Tim

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
This site currently runs on either a Chuwi HiBook tablet or occasionally my Chuwi Hi12 tablet. Check the About page for details. Registration without participation will result in termination.