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I got to gather my findings before I can,but I'll see what I can do.

The major speed increase with GPU Govern set to "performance" while 400Mhz is my biggest accomplishment of findings.
I will need to devise a series of steps for each of my findings,so it might take a long while.

The 32bit Color Depth does seem a lot more vibrant and crisper than 24bit.
I have all for cores running on Performance max thanks to Kernel Tuner and the GPU on Performance at 400 with Tweak mod and i switched to 32 bit and im running a bit slower now with FF Type Zero in PPSSPP compared to before. I think im going to switch back to 24 bit and hopefully get a bit more speed back.
 
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THAT IS WHAT I SAID NOT TO DO!

The CPU cores all set to that height will majorly overheat your device,and might kill it.
The most you should do is use Kernel Tuner to set the minimal speeds up to something around 50% full.
I reccommend either leaving it at the default or setting it around the 500 range.

Leave the CPU Govern alone,but GPU on performance mode with Trickster Mod is fine.
The Kernel Tuner's 32bit option does not negatively effect the performance enough (if at all),so you can keep it on with no problems.

The framerate of PPSSPP is dependant on what settings are used.
I have almost everything enabled and I get fluid 60fps with DBZ Budokai Shin.
I also get a nearly stutterless fps with SRB2PSP which normally runs abysmal on the actual system.

My PPSSPP settings...
Graphics:Non buffered,frame limit unchecked with 50% alternative speed,all of performance enabled, and the two speedup hacks enabled.
System:Multithreading and I/O disabled with native 330Mhz PSP clock speed on 2000/3000 mode.
A majority of games will have visual issues (Simpsons Game 3D graphics broken [I blame Qualcomm]) while the two I have tested (DBZ Shin and the SRB2PSP homebrew/port) work nearly flawlessly at full rates.

The 50% alternative rate is really helpful for better performance,since the game still goes up to full speed.
 
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THAT IS WHAT I SAID NOT TO DO!

The CPU cores all set to that height will majorly overheat your device,and might kill it.
The most you should do is use Kernel Tuner to set the minimal speeds up to something around 50% full.
I reccommend either leaving it at the default or setting it around the 500 range.

Leave the CPU Govern alone,but GPU on performance mode with Trickster Mod is fine.
The Kernel Tuner's 32bit option does not negatively effect the performance enough (if at all),so you can keep it on with no problems.

The framerate of PPSSPP is dependant on what settings are used.
I have almost everything enabled and I get fluid 60fps with DBZ Budokai Shin.
I also get a nearly stutterless fps with SRB2PSP which normally runs abysmal on the actual system.

My PPSSPP settings...
Graphics:Non buffered,frame limit unchecked with 50% alternative speed,all of performance enabled, and the two speedup hacks enabled.
System:Multithreading and I/O disabled with native 330Mhz PSP clock speed on 2000/3000 mode.
A majority of games will have visual issues (Simpsons Game 3D graphics broken [I blame Qualcomm]) while the two I have tested (DBZ Shin and the SRB2PSP homebrew/port) work nearly flawlessly at full rates.

The 50% alternative rate is really helpful for better performance,since the game still goes up to full speed.
Yeah i just did performance govern for a temp performance test, i get the same speeds on ondemand just fine. but i'll try turning off multithreading and I/O and test it again with the other tweaks you said for PPSSPP.
 
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For what its worth, I noticed the lag immediately following updating to the latest fw. On the original fw the ftv felt so fast and snappy and now is feelz slow and laggy.
 
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It must be related to new bloatware like the kiddy mode and music management.
If you press alt+tab on a keyboard to view recent apps,the media options like apps games videos and photos will be listed,which means they run every time you pass the related options.

Root users need not worry,because rbox will have the homescreen options mod for removing the options soon.
I want to wittle it down to search,home,and settings so I can access things much faster.
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