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Posts: 101
Registered: ‎02-25-2011
My Device: Playbook, q5, z10

Re: Querying processor Information

[ Edited ]
QProcess process;
QString m_output;

process.start("uname -a"); if (!process.waitForStarted()) { qDebug() << "Error: Could not start process!" << endl; m_output = ""; } else { process.waitForReadyRead(); m_output= process.readAll(); } qDebug() << m_output; process.terminate(); process.waitForFinished();

 you can find out, which process is used ... it is also possible to replace "uname" with another qnx command

-> more commands: https://developer.blackberry.com/native/reference/bb10/com.qnx.doc.neutrino.utilities/topic/about.ht...





oh sry, i thought you wanted to know which processor is build in ... but you are looking for information like frequencies?

mappau Dev Team
twitter: mappau
Regular Contributor
Posts: 66
Registered: ‎11-13-2010
My Device: Not Specified

Re: Querying processor Information

The OP got the CPU information and figured out the frequency stuff.






RIM should offer to provide some technical assistance and bring more benchmarking apps to the platform (i.e. glbenchmark and 3dmark).  It is bad PR for RIM when these companies don't know what they are doing and give an inaccurate benchmarking picture --- and then a thousand bloggers are repeating that inaccurate benchmark score.




That's the geekbenchmark score (1480) that every blogger is repeating.




While people are actually getting more higher geekbenchmark scores (some as high as 1940 scores) --- which means that the Z10 is faster than some 4 core smartphones.  The OP has a red LE Z10 running on old OS --- get him on a new OS so that he can get the 1900 scores and be able to write a new blog entry about it.