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[Q] Over clocking? Kernel? P930 BENCHMARK?

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By dniz_tha_shiz, Junior Member on 16th April 2012, 01:59 PM
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I am looking for a great overlock for my lg nitro hd.... I know there is one that sets the CPU all the way up to 1.83 GHz but does anyone know the benchmark score of the updated processor...

On average stock the phone pulls around 2500... What is the highest you guys have gotten and how?


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17th April 2012, 04:31 AM |#2  
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2500? Which benchmark-prog? Seems a little low to me, if your using Antutu or CF-bench...

With (for example) the optimized kernel from HO!NO! http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1547505 you can bring speed (not just speed, its stable too) to your phone. Together with the V1b ROM the benchmark was getting from 5200 to 7500 in Antutu and in CF-bench up to 8400. Also the performance on daily usage is way better than on stock!

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My score is 6494 running stock clock speed of 1512mhz.

I'm running CM9 Nightly 4/17.

Haven't tried overclocking yet, but that might help add some perspective.
19th April 2012, 08:31 AM |#4  
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My score is 6494 running stock clock speed of 1512mhz.

I'm running CM9 Nightly 4/17.

Haven't tried overclocking yet, but that might help add some perspective.

That sound pretty good too. Unfortunatly i cant try CM9, not working for LU6200.
I also experienced no more heat, i guess its because the kernel is also undervolted.
On stock it was like a oven under heavy usage, thought it was a broken phone. But since i have the new kernel even under heavy usage, no heat anymore.
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That's my main reason for wanting a cm9 compatible kernel, the undervolting. While I was running honos rom was the only time my phone didn't get too hot during normal use.

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19th April 2012, 06:14 PM |#6  
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Yeah I can't wait for a custom CM9 kernal come out.
19th April 2012, 06:36 PM |#7  
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2500? Which benchmark-prog? Seems a little low to me, if your using Antutu or CF-bench...

With (for example) the optimized kernel from HO!NO! http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1547505 you can bring speed (not just speed, its stable too) to your phone. Together with the V1b ROM the benchmark was getting from 5200 to 7500 in Antutu and in CF-bench up to 8400. Also the performance on daily usage is way better than on stock!

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Originally Posted by dniz_tha_shiz

I am looking for a great overlock for my lg nitro hd.... I know there is one that sets the CPU all the way up to 1.83 GHz but does anyone know the benchmark score of the updated processor...

On average stock the phone pulls around 2500... What is the highest you guys have gotten and how?


Thanks,
Dniz

8041 - HO!NO! ROM and Kernal @ 1836 MHz (stable but not as smooth operation as stock ROM, I found)

7730 - Stock Bell Optimus 4G LTE P930 ROM with HO!NO! Kernal overclocked to 1836 MHz works the best for me as far as daily operating speed.
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