Colin on 05 Dec, 2017 03:22 PM
You can find more information about each benchmark on our Knowledge Base here, which includes links to more details on the CPU and Compute workloads. For example, the details on the CPU workloads here has more information on the AES workload.
If you have any other questions, please let me know and I would be happy to help out.
thanks for your letter，it's very helpful to me。by the way，the geekbench test for single core，our phone has 8 core， four big cores(the frequency high), and four small cores(the frequency low)，the workload work on witch core？i think it work on big core，but why？ the system schedule？ or the geekbench bind？
Colin on 27 Feb, 2018 04:00 PM
I'm very sorry for the delayed response. The system's scheduler choses which core to run the single-core workloads on. It is also possible for it to select a sequence of cores, as the work can migrate over the duration of the test.