multi-core evaluation only android

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mostafa_said

25 Jul, 2018 04:17 PM

Hi
I have purchased geekbench 4 pro and I have three questions about it
1- is it possible to run only the multi-core test mode? each time I run it both single core test and multi core run together and I wanna only the multi core one
2- I wanna have an idea about the number that I should put in Workers, Memory Workers, Iterations options inside the pro version
I do not want to put some arbitrary numbers like 10000000000! so I think if I knew the defaults then I can play around those default numbers
3- is it possible to choose the cores that geekbench is running on? for example in my phone there are 8 cores (4 big and 4 LITTLE) can I run on a specific set of them for example the big cores only?
Thanks

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Sarah on 26 Jul, 2018 04:41 PM

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    Hi Mostafa,

    There is no option on Geekbench 4 Pro for Android to run only the multi-core test, or to choose the cores that Geekbench is running on.

    The default values for Workers, Memory Workers, Iterations and Workload Gap are the following:
    Iterations: 5
    Workers: 0
    Memory Workers: 0
    Workload Gap: 2

    Let me know if you have any other questions and I'll be glad to help out.

    All the best,

    Sarah
    Primate Labs Inc.

  2. 2 Posted by mostafa_said on 26 Jul, 2018 05:00 PM

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    Thanks for the reply Sarah
    "There is no option on Geekbench 4 Pro for Android to run only the multi-core test, or to choose the cores that Geekbench is running on."
    is there any way to turn around? I am using that in my research and it is important to test each mode individually

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