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I have just updated to CM11.

Can anyone tell me how I can overclock to 1200mhz? In SetVsel I have options for 300, 600, 800 and 1000. Do I simply change the 1000 to 1200? Is there a way to add another box for 1200mhz? Or do you use a different app for the overclocking?

At the moment I have my values at 300/24, 600/34, 800/44, 1000/52.

I have set the GPU to 266mhz.

I have followed the other advice in the CM11 thread such as setting Governor settings in Aero Kernel Control to "on demand".

Thanks for any advice and tips.

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Thanks. I was getting confused between Aero Control and SetVsel.

Do I need to make sure that the settings in both these Apps are the same for the 4 different SetVsel options?

They are both set to apply at boot so I think one may be cancelling out the other?
 
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Thanks. I was getting confused between Aero Control and SetVsel.

Do I need to make sure that the settings in both these Apps are the same for the 4 different SetVsel options?

They are both set to apply at boot so I think one may be cancelling out the other?
If they are both set to apply at boot, then whichever app loads last will determine the settings. That's why your recommended to uninstall SetVsel. You don't need it anyway, since Aero Control is better (i.e. specifically written for our defy).
 
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Aero control is perfect for owerclock settings of defy. I have 1300Mhz of maximum clock and work perfectly in interactive governor. 1300/67 1000/52 600/48 400/22
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