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Ohh then soff is not causing the issue for you.
I talked with couple of guys about the issue... They are saying that there were some similar issues.. Long back during gb era.. Where the culprit was Nand memory.. Getting screwed

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Interesting theory. But I fail to see the connection between NAND and CPU/GPU.

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I just had a thought: What if memory was wrongly formatted? Is RUU actually formating internal memory back to it's original file system?

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Well memory is involved in all components. It could very well be failing NAND. It's incredibly rare for memory to fail like that, but not impossible.
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I just had a thought: What if memory was wrongly formatted? Is RUU actually formating internal memory back to it's original file system?

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AFAIK the RUU completely wipes Nand partitions and it does that by formatting them.. And then it feeds those partitions with stock junk... That's why you even lose recovery when you do a ruu run.

But Terepin you can do that again.. Do a format of all partitions and then freshly install a rom.. Either stock or custom..

But if Nand is really screwed then the performance fluctuations really do happen when there are i/o and read/write operations involved.. also the system and data partitions are in Nand.. Which are used almost every time

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Well memory is involved in all components. It could very well be failing NAND. It's incredibly rare for memory to fail like that, but not impossible.
But my SXE is only 2 weeks old! And it started happening after S-OFF. I don't believe in coincidences.
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Isn't there something that can check for errors in NAND?

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But my SXE is only 2 weeks old! And it started happening after S-OFF. I don't believe in coincidences.
I seem to have found a problem for you.
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Now this is interesting. Even with performance governor the max frequency is jumping from 1.5 to 1.2 GHz. See for yourself.
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Now this is interesting. Even with performance governor the max frequency is jumping from 1.5 to 1.2 GHz. See for yourself.
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