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Default Undervolting our Note 3:

I think that could be a good idea to post the lower voltages that are stable for our devices.

And post the CPU bin for see how much it affects the voltages.

Binning info can be found at /d/acpuclk/pvs_bin


PD: I can't post mine yet...
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Why cant you post yours yet?

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Why cant you post yours yet?

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Because I haven't found my stable values yet

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Mine is 3. Can this be changed to 4 for an undervolt without custom kernel? And what is the "boost_UV"? That has value of 0.

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Mine is 3. Can this be changed to 4 for an undervolt without custom kernel? And what is the "boost_UV"? That has value of 0.

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Im wondering too. I was under the impression that the pvs is constant. Doesnt change.

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Mine is 3. Can this be changed to 4 for an undervolt without custom kernel? And what is the "boost_UV"? That has value of 0.

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I have the same values.

And not, the binning can not be change, cause it is a hardware "problem".



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From my understanding if you have a 3 you are good to go. Pvs is from 0 to 6. I have 0 which is the worst one. It is very sensitive to over clocking and especially under volting. The higher the better. Right?

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From my understanding if you have a 3 you are good to go. Pvs is from 0 to 6. I have 0 which is the worst one. It is very sensitive to over clocking and especially under volting. The higher the better. Right?

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I won't like to have that pin then. And yes, the bigger the better always



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I have mine under volted by -50 very stable. I stressed the cpu using setcpu for 5 minutes. No errors.

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i've been running uv at -75mv across the board @ bin 3. -100mv and i rebooted in less than 5 mins. if i don't have any problems with this i am probably not going to push it. even though i haven't been into modding and stuff the last year android is so good i only go after battery life really. all about stability more than anything really. eager to see what bin 5 and 6's get though.

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