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I have a simple dude, I know 320 frecuency and 480 frecuency lost the equal energy of processor but 729 or 748 have same energy use or that's different? I want to know what frecuencies have more energy to use it. Anyone have a list or something for me? Thanks...
 
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Hi, sorry for creating this.

I have a simple dude, I know 320 frecuency and 480 frecuency lost the equal energy of processor but 729 or 748 have same energy use or that's different? I want to know what frecuencies have more energy to use it. Anyone have a list or something for me? Thanks...
If I remember well, P500 only have two entries in voltage table, one for below 480MHz and above 480. Technically the power comsuption is the same but higher clocks mean higher temperature and the system can get unstable.
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If I remember well, P500 only have two entries in voltage table, one for below 480MHz and above 480. Technically the power comsuption is the same but higher clocks mean higher temperature and the system can get unstable.
Yes, the power consumption in 320 and 480 are same. That's why I'm on 480/729 but I want to know if 710 or 748 have same power consumption than 729. Thanks for ur answer.
 
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I heard for the O1 600 n anything above have the same power consumption

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Can someone post the best frequency setting for the p500 to get the best battery/performance? I am currently on 729/320 but it seams here that I can get better performance and the same battery if I switch to 480 min? Thanks!

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This thing that the frequencies with the same voltage have the same power consumption is wrong.

The formula for power consumption of an actual processor is very complicated, but for the sake of simplicity it's better to assume that the power consumption has a linear growth in relation to the frequency (f) and a quadratic growth in relation to the voltage (v^2).

With the CPU awake (not in deep sleep), it's always better to be at a lower frequency. So it's not a good idea to have 480MHz as minimum clock if you do tasks that keep your phone awake all the time (I think listening to music with the screen off keeps the phone awake, so it's a good example).

But in an usage where the only things the phone does with the screen off is like syncing your data, it's possible to set a higher minimum clock (like 480MHz) and make the phone stay awake for a shorter time for these syncing activities (meaning a longer time in deep sleep), thus giving an increase in battery life.
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Can someone post the best frequency setting for the p500 to get the best battery/performance? I am currently on 729/320 but it seams here that I can get better performance and the same battery if I switch to 480 min? Thanks!

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I think you should set it in 480 minimum and the oc maximum frequency just set you. I'm using 480/710 frequencies with conservative governor and all is running fast now.

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I think you should set it in 480 minimum and the oc maximum frequency just set you. I'm using 480/710 frequencies with conservative governor and all is running fast now.

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I'd think that if you do alot of gaming, the max could be higher but if you just want to call, text, and listen to music, the max could be lower to save battery and phone temperature.

Am i right in saying this?
 
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I'd think that if you do alot of gaming, the max could be higher but if you just want to call, text, and listen to music, the max could be lower to save battery and phone temperature.

Am i right in saying this?

Yup, u are right. I think the best frecuency for me and normal usage, with some calls and some games is 480/710 mhz. Test u and u'll know what's ur best combination.

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