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Default [Q] rom with fully working project butter??

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just want to know if theres a fully working project butter rom? i.e tripple buffering, vsync, etc etc

ive used both galaxy nexus and nexus s... and theres a huge difference in ui performance..
im new to this forum and number of roms available is huge and its difficult to try out all the roms..so just want to know if theres a rom with fully implemented project butter......
 
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you sure it doesn't have anything to do with the extra 200Mhz or 512mb RAM??

i'm currently running bb7 and it's pretty smooth/fast... RasbeanJelly was hands down the best experience i had with a ROM on this phone... it just lacks some features i want and bb7 has them and does a fine job too...
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I'm sure there's an app on the Store who gives the phone another core, can't remember the name now though...

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I'm sure there's an app on the Store who gives the phone another core, can't remember the name now though...

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