I'm wondering how to compare my desktop cpu to my tablet cpu. They are an intel core 2 duo E6300 (1.86 Ghz, you can see it at http://ark.intel.com/products/27248/) and the Samsung galaxy note 10.1, basically a quad core Exynos at 1.4 Ghz. I would have expected that when running a chess program like stockfish (a top chess engine free to download, open source) I would get more playouts with the Samsung than with my desktop PC. However I get roughly half of the playouts number with the Samsung than with my desktop PC (456 k vs 950 k). Considering that the RAM has little to no effect on the number of playouts, I'm wondering why basically my desktop PC can run programs faster than on my tablet. How do they compare in general? Is the dual core PC always faster than my quad core tablet?