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I guess you are right...

Then I guess for me -50 mV is the most I can go without crashing. Or if I really want to push it, -75 mV will work but it's extremely unstable.
Unstable is no good. -50 is my max too

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Hello Peeps,

I have a Nexus 5 with Cataclysm Rom and Faux123 Kernel.

I was wondering what is the safest and most effective undervolt settings for the Nexus 5.

I am currently at -50 mV.
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