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I just tried this version, and it does seem a bit faster than the original AOSP.. It is fast, but not very smooth, as scrolling seems rather jittery...

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[Phone]Samsung Google Nexus S Gt-i9023 VDF Crespo(Soju)
[Rom]Setting.Out@CyanAOSP Port Kitkat 4.4.4_r1 KTU84P
[Gapps]Banks@Standard 4.4.4_r2 KTU84Q Factory Image
[Kernel]Guru@CyanogenMod M8 409Mb Ram MTP 3.0.101+ v094
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for me is the best ;p
Try Illusion 3/16 ( I made a bootable version, as the original had a flaw in the updater script, link is on the page) and flash the boot.img from your AOSP rom.. I was getting 5500's in antutu on stock speeds and 6500's overclocked, smooth scrolling and better battery life as well...

Don't try Devil with this rom as it breaks the playstore..
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no need for custom kernel just boot up latest nightlie from Cyanfox and cyanfox gapps and it's the fastest 4.4 rom for nexus s there is ! !!
 
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no need for custom kernel just boot up latest nightlie from Cyanfox and cyanfox gapps and it's the fastest 4.4 rom for nexus s there is ! !!
I haven't tested Cyanfox since 2.02, it is a quick rom.. the site is down, gearing up for version 3, I wonder if our device will still be supported?.. C-rom is very fast with Devil kernel, (the initial release, the second release is slightly slower than the first) and has tested higher than any rom I've tried to date, even higher than when I tested Cyanfox.. If our device is supported in version 3, I hope the rotation bug is fixed..
device: i9023 Nexus S
rom: Modded and Fast
kernel: MARMITE (My lid is licked)
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CyanAOSP KitKat (4.4.x) [port]
The War Against Obscurity
(ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK)

Follow this link to see how your rom compares!!

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I haven't tested Cyanfox since 2.02, it is a quick rom.. the site is down, gearing up for version 3, I wonder if our device will still be supported?.. C-rom is very fast with Devil kernel, (the initial release, the second release is slightly slower than the first) and has tested higher than any rom I've tried to date, even higher than when I tested Cyanfox.. If our device is supported in version 3, I hope the rotation bug is fixed..
I'm using it with devil kernel now as well and it's slightly slower for me than cyanfox's latest nightlie,
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