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Question [Q] [Q?] [HTC: Buzz] Regarding CM7 CPU Settings

Hello Guys, I have searched along the internet and on XDA Forums and still have found no answer to my very specific question please try not to get frustrated with me as I have had no previous experience on Forums before and i know little about Android although I am an IT student and I do understand most technical terms and situations.

My Specs:
HTC Wildfire (Buzz)
Cyanogen MOD 7 Latest version (Stable, Not Nightly)

My Question:
I need to know what to do regarding my CPU speeds as I know that CM7 comes with the CPU Settings Functionality but I do not know what settings would be best for my Buzz for example my Buzz is quite slow and I want it to be faster for games and such and I know that I will need to increase the CPU speed to obtain this so what I would like to know is:

What "Available Governors" should I use (To speed up my phone)
What Min and Max frequency should I use?

Thank you for your help in advance and please try not to be too harsh on me :/
 
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It can be anything your phone is stable at. For some, it is stable at 768, but, for others, the phone gets unstable at above 710/729, so, there are no "recommended" settings globally. Try from 672 and go one step higher till the phone is stable. For governors, you can use SmartassV2.

But remember though, OC'ing will only bring marginal performance games. Don't expect your games to start running smoothly after OC, because, it won't. It's not for the 528MHz default CPU speed, but it because of the lack of a GPU chip.
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the best frequency for wildfire is 691 MHz, "no lags no bugs"
 
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Iam having overclocking about 633 MHz.....and if u r an IT student u should know increasing speed upto 700 MHz can be too dangerous....be in 600 MHz and try to not disturb governors as cm7 is a battery drainer and if u r willing to change governor then ur next thread will be battery draining lol....

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Iam having overclocking about 633 MHz.....and if u r an IT student u should know increasing speed upto 700 MHz can be too dangerous....be in 600 MHz and try to not disturb governors as cm7 is a battery drainer and if u r willing to change governor then ur next thread will be battery draining
True but disagreed, I can get 2 to 3 days on my current setup at 728 mhz running stable and fast, using the"interactive"governor...however go with 3xeno s above for now because every persons setup is different and will determine how far you can overclock.

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Some handset support and some dosen`t.....I think I had low quality HTC wildfire that's why I can't overclock it....good luck...

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Hello Guys, I have searched along the internet and on XDA Forums and still have found no answer to my very specific question please try not to get frustrated with me as I have had no previous experience on Forums before and i know little about Android although I am an IT student and I do understand most technical terms and situations.

My Specs:
HTC Wildfire (Buzz)
Cyanogen MOD 7 Latest version (Stable, Not Nightly)

My Question:
I need to know what to do regarding my CPU speeds as I know that CM7 comes with the CPU Settings Functionality but I do not know what settings would be best for my Buzz for example my Buzz is quite slow and I want it to be faster for games and such and I know that I will need to increase the CPU speed to obtain this so what I would like to know is:

What "Available Governors" should I use (To speed up my phone)
What Min and Max frequency should I use?

Thank you for your help in advance and please try not to be too harsh on me :/
I have overclocked buzz to 748 max n 672 min it runs perfectly smooth n lag free
howevr i hv tested a step at a time
current governererformance
battery:1.5 days(average use)
 
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What minimum speed did you select? I've just lowered the default to 176 MHz (previously/default 264 MHz), but I've read that a minimum speed below 200 MHz could even be worse than keeping it at 200 MHz. But then, this has been told about the Samsung Galaxy S which clocks a lot higher than the 614 MHz I selected for my Wildfire.

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