WPrime and WEI Benchmarks for Tablet PCs

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  1. ToG

    ToG Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Lenovo X220 Tablet, i5 CTO
    Stock except for 8GB Kingston Pnp 1866Mhz Ram

    32M - 18.565 Seconds
    1025M - 599.167 Seconds

    edit: I have the Lenovo Stock applications in the background. I suspect I'm about the same as the T901. Same processor

    edit2: As stated, it's the same as the T901, An Intel i5-2520M @2.50GHz
     
  2. e-schreiber

    e-schreiber ƒ(x) / fashion Senior Member

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    First ThinkPad benchmark added! Any other ThinkPad owners out there?

    Thanks, ToG!
     
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    Lenovo X220t - 64 bits - i7-2620M - 2.7 Ghz - 8 Gb

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    I ran my Fujitsu T901 i5-2520M three more times to verify scores. My results were:

    18.392 sec
    18.173 sec
    18.127 sec
     
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    e-schreiber ƒ(x) / fashion Senior Member

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    Thanks Audois and cmenice for your updates.
     
  6. AndreR

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    The wPrime software feels very unreliable. In some other tests the Core i7 is equal in performance despite whether it´s and Sandy Bridge or not. In this test, the difference is big. Also my old HP tx2500 performs a lot better than I think it deserves compare to my x201. So I also tried the Cinebench to measure render performance with both the CPUs (to compare to wPrime) and the OpenGL performance with the GPUs since the HP tx2500 feels faster with it´s integrated Radeon chipset in 3D applications as games. As you can see the Core i7 performs a lot better in the Cinebench, and this could be more relevant for people using graphical softwares which doesn´t use the GPU? (Autodesk Sketchbook, Adobe Photoshop, PDF-viewers)?

    The computers:
    Lenovo Thinkpad x201t, Core i7 640lm
    HP Pavilion tx2500, Turion X2 ZM-80

    wPrime
    Lenovo x201t: 27s
    HP tx2500: 47s
    The x201t performs 74% faster.

    Cinebench CPU
    Lenovo x201t: 1.67 pts
    HP tx2500: 0.62 pts
    The x201t performs 170% faster!

    Cinebench GPU
    Lenovo x201t: 1.14 fps
    HP tx2500: 3.71 fps

    Also important things to consider except calculation performance is battery life, fan noise and computer heat. The HP tx2500 is very hot and sounds like an hairdryer while the x201t is quiet and cool. The battery will also last a lot longer with the x201t than with the HP tx2500 which makes this "heavy performance" state almost unacceptable on the tx2500. For almost three years I had to use the tx2500 clocked to 50% speed which made it practically even slower.
     
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    e-schreiber ƒ(x) / fashion Senior Member

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    Thanks, AndreR! List updated.
     
  8. 2disbetter

    2disbetter Function over Form

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    Hello ran it on the Lenovo x220t i7 and got the same score you already posted. I would like to mention that this test only testing x86 processing and threading. It does not do native x64, which is what a lot of the cpus you have listed are. I would expect their results in a x64 based test to have improvements.

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  9. excalibur1814

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    Super low scrore: :)

    Dell Latitude ST Tablet
    WPrime 32M
    = 150.166sec (1500.2Mhz)
     
  10. e-schreiber

    e-schreiber ƒ(x) / fashion Senior Member

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    Funny how the OEMs configure the hardware in different ways and we get different speeds for a given CPU. Another case that comes to mind is the throttling that Samsung put in place on the S7S.

    Well, the difference between the ST and the Q550 is marginal and the former has a pen silo, so, to my mind, the ST is better! I think that a manufacturer that doesn't put a silo in a tablet is hoping the owner will lose his stylus at some point and order a new one. ($$$)


    Thanks for the score, excalibur!
     
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