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Default What is the best kernel to use with the new express rom?

I installed the new Express rom without installing a new kernel so I still have the stock kernel that is on the phone. I wanted to change to another kernel that goes well with this rom especially helping with battery life. What do you guys suggest? I was reading on the other forums and read to go with classic sbc kernel? not sure what is or where I would find the kernel to download. Thanks for the help!
 
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There is no right answer. Different people have different results with the same kernel, so just try a few of the popular ones out for yourself. Experiment with different governors and I/O schedulers too.
 
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I installed the new Express rom without installing a new kernel so I still have the stock kernel that is on the phone. I wanted to change to another kernel that goes well with this rom especially helping with battery life. What do you guys suggest? I was reading on the other forums and read to go with classic sbc kernel? not sure what is or where I would find the kernel to download. Thanks for the help!
This is just my two cents but I would personally go with either #1 choice: Underworld Kernel. Plan B: #2 choice: Mason Kernel.
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