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Playing 3d games at these specs:
04-16-2013, 04:41 PM (This post was last modified: 04-16-2013 04:54 PM by VIRGIN KLM.)
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RE: Playing 3d games at these specs:
I have 3 devices that have exactly the same chipset, 2 of them are exactly the same phone model but with a different ROM. All of them perform significaly differently speed and quality wise on PPSSPP. Adding to the fact that PowerVR is a bit problematic on PPSSPP means that any suggestion is a bit over-optimistic or really vague. This is the world of computing... :/ Even the slightest factor that you could ever even imagine that could affect something can be proven taxing to the final outcome. Like in Android, there are so many factors that it gets 10 times messier than PC world. For example, there is a device that shares exactly the same internals with an other, yet since one of those companies has a bad reputation (or is really cheap generaly) ends up having a bad implementation of Open GL ES 2, then it's enough to kill completely the expectations. Secondly there is a device that again shares the same internals with an other but the chipset has more responsive and more good clock-by-clock rate than the other one yet the chipset has exactly the same name and the device does not indicate the revision. The habit of giving specs and expect a general idea of how your PC will perform is already a bad way of virtualy benchmark a device, now this is on CISC computing, on Android that is RISC computing this is completely silly since for example, the clock rates of a RISC based core is not doing the same thing a CISC core does with it's clocks at all, it's a completely different idea of computing. And the list goes on unfortunately on the Android market. Sad
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RE: Playing 3d games at these specs: - VIRGIN KLM - 04-16-2013 04:41 PM

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