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I was trying to get BOINC going on this POS iRulu tablet but if I am using it even plugged in it depletes the battery.  I guess there's a lesson there about buying a $38 tablet.... 

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post #22 of 66
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Originally Posted by bfromcolo View Post

I was trying to get BOINC going on this POS iRulu tablet but if I am using it even plugged in it depletes the battery.  I guess there's a lesson there about buying a $38 tablet.... 

I wonder if you plugged it into a more powerful charger it might work better?
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post #23 of 66
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Originally Posted by bfromcolo View Post

I was trying to get BOINC going on this POS iRulu tablet but if I am using it even plugged in it depletes the battery.  I guess there's a lesson there about buying a $38 tablet.... 

I'm sure the aforementioned $10 phones would do better...tongue.gif

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post #24 of 66
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ok the numbers are in. Snapdragon 400 1.2GHz quadcore, 1GB ram, running 24/7, WCG gets about 2700-2800PPD. This is avg of 7 days, and avg of 2 devices, so really 14 data points.
As for power consumption, it is about 2-3.5Watts per phone, it jumps around.
I am sure this beats any old school CPU out there in terms of PPD/Watt.
post #25 of 66
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Originally Posted by Tex1954 View Post

Talking about my age again? rolleyes.gif

Well, with a couple exceptions, everything I have is old... body included! 1 and 2 generations back is all I can afford most of the time...

BUT, I have discovered that with few exceptions, old runs as fast as new given the same clock speeds... except where AVX is used... just takes a bit more power to run older stuff...

GPU's are a different story and project dependent...

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My numbers are in, see post above. I am sure it blows your CPU rig out of the water.
Mine gets 2700ppd using 2 - 3.5 watts tops. 10 of these phones will pull 27000PPD, and 20 - 35 watts. Way more PPD and lot less watts.
post #26 of 66
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why is boincstats numbers so much differerent than WCG own numbers? I can see in WCG each phone gets 2700PPD for sure, so over 5000PPD for 2 phones.
However, in boincstats, it shows total of 800PPD. This is weird.
post #27 of 66
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Originally Posted by lesterhung View Post

why is boincstats numbers so much differerent than WCG own numbers? I can see in WCG each phone gets 2700PPD for sure, so over 5000PPD for 2 phones.
However, in boincstats, it shows total of 800PPD. This is weird.

 

The points on the WCG site will always be 7 times greater than what is shown on any of the BOINC stats sites.  The reason for this is that WCG used to have it's own client in addition to the BOINC app.  You can read up on the points differences here: World Community Grid Help - Points

 

Thanks for putting in some numbers on the Android performance.  I think that the performance will be really close.  After the Pentathlon I will work on putting something together with this. :thumb: 

post #28 of 66
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oh boy... if points on WCG are different, then what is the standard? like... how would I compare PC performance to phones? I do not have a PC ready to run 24/7 without anything else.
post #29 of 66

The points are different across the board regardless of the hardware it is run on.  You can still compare the two, you just have to use the same standard.  As long as you say if the points were from your WCG page or one of the BOINC stats sites we can keep it straight.  It would probably be best to stick to stats from Free-DC or BOINC Stats since those are the two most popular ways to track BOINC stats.

 

There are plenty of us running PCs, so we will have lots of numbers on the PC side to compare to. :thumb: 

post #30 of 66
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Originally Posted by lesterhung View Post

ok the numbers are in. Snapdragon 400 1.2GHz quadcore, 1GB ram, running 24/7, WCG gets about 2700-2800PPD. This is avg of 7 days, and avg of 2 devices, so really 14 data points.
As for power consumption, it is about 2-3.5Watts per phone, it jumps around.
I am sure this beats any old school CPU out there in terms of PPD/Watt.

Thanks for this!
We will all be boincing with snapdragons biggrin.gif
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