Originally Posted by lilraven974
thank you for your answer, but i think i didn't explain very well. first of all, i was on #106 when i used smartmax+deadline. secondly i am on repacked version of renovate thread, repacked by Mwilky. then i really use undervolting for, well, 5 minutes then go back to stock (i'm saying that, because it could explain the lag if it's stocked somewhere else than system tuner app, i don't know. and finally i used gaming boost when i was "hopeless", i mean just before post this.
and yes i read your thread (very good one btw), and that's the reason i posted this, because i followed all your advice but i can't see what i'm doing wrong.
should i play with the cache values, the LMK values ?
again thanks for you answer and thanks for further tips you can give me
EDIT : i think the main reason of lag seems to be heating. i have no clue how to reduce it, so any advice would be appreciated
The heating would be actually the only reason of lagging i can see, if you're following my undervolting guide and using small UV on freqs what i've listed you shouldn't encounter any laggs what so ever but yet again theres a chance you have variant 0 chip and that sure does sux , that variant can barly do any UV and OC, and like you said earlier you reach up to 75C you're talking about CELSIUS right ? IF so i strongly recommend you reflash the kernel as soon as possible, that kind of temperature can burn your chip down, (and no if you're curious undervolting is not the reason for over heating ) the other thing that is very wierd is that you actually managed to push that high your temperature , i've been runing nfs for more then 20min on charger while testing my uv values and i couldn't pass 45C at all with HIGH brightness. The only way i can think of to help you is for you to give me the info on my questions:
What brightness level do you use , how much UV on mainly used freqs ( 1000-1500 ) , what governor for gaming or better yet on which governor scheduler you get high temps , did you underclock, did you use gaming boost IF it did work , did you change governor values. And does your battery drain quiet fast even on regular usage, by quiet fast i mean this * you should get avarage 30 mins screen on time with 6-12% depends on usage) Please provide me the info i asked you about and i'll try to help out.
Edit - LMK and cache values shouldn't overheat your phone , and nah you don't need to play with those , with Mwilkys repack you already have 4096 cache and his LMK values , leave it as it is. Oh and the *battery drain* what i wrote above, test if you're under 90% of the battery , battery indicator is quiet a mess on HTC and android overall especially on 90-100% , it tends to jump down fast sometimes.
Originally Posted by drivenby
There's really no reason to oc in the hox. Processor wise 1.5x4 should be more than enough for any application on android atm .
To even spot a difference you would need 1.6 or 1.7ghz and only the 10 variant 3 owners on xda would benefit >_>
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Lol i'm variant 3 and i want 1.7 OC only cuz of benchmark purposes , i'd like to test this kernel and my hox at it's maximum potential , the kernel is quiet cool and doesn't overheat what ever you do , which is why i want to test this freq and see what benches we can get. besides we can ALWAYS
underclock the cpu back to it's original 1500 freq. So i don't see any harm of having oced kernel, but of course that depends of this great dev Xmister.
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Originally Posted by high_voltage
For me the best option is default 1500MHz quad(like now) and the possibility for manual OC up to 1.6GHz/1.65GHz.
i doubt many will be able to oc 1.65 , max what 90% of hox users in here can do is 1.6 , only variant 3 could hit 1.7 or perhaps even 1.8
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Originally Posted by skeleton1911
i know that.
i wont to know if the noop scheduler is better for smartmax governeur or the deadline
Think of it on this way , deadline is faster and more battery hungry then noop , tho that battery hungry is very small percentage , maybe from 100% to 1% you would lose probably around 5-10% more with deadline ( just a guess can't really tell how much more power it uses ) Anyway whit everyone hiting avarage 5-6hours with this kernel and heavy usage i think we can pretty much enjoy ourselves even with interactive governor, we'll surely hit at least 5 with it. It's a huge difference compared to previous lifetime we had