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[Modification] CPU, Ram and other IC Cooling for OCers

6th January 2014, 09:44 PM |#21  
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I have used 1mm thick on mine.

I also used 1mm thick but I highly recommend using 0,5mm thermal pad and avoiding bulky look and possibly screen popping up slightly.
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how this enormous OC affected battery life? will it last through the day?

If you use custom kernels and governor you could prolong battery life even when OC-ed.
 
 
10th January 2014, 10:26 PM |#22  
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Can you upload a video ?
13th January 2014, 10:27 PM |#23  
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Can you upload a video ?

sorry I have not taken any video while doing this process but you could see pics in first post attachment. Maybe that would give you idea about process.
14th January 2014, 05:56 AM |#24  
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sorry I have not taken any video while doing this process but you could see pics in first post attachment. Maybe that would give you idea about process.

performance ? Sorry bad English
14th January 2014, 05:27 PM |#25  
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performance ? Sorry bad English

I can surely tell that performance is significantly better and noticable. I bumped speed @1.2G and it was rock stable, I tortured it through antutu and cpu stability test. 1.3G is semi stable cause It requires slight voltage bump which I did not play with (I still have to do this).
Bat temp is around 44C after 20 min of torturing which is very good starting from low 20-23c.

This is tested on KK cyanaosp v2.4.0 with build in kernel no special teaks or whatsoever. I will report back when I test more with voltage bump.
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14th January 2014, 07:21 PM |#26  
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I can surely tell that performance is significantly better and noticable. I bumped speed @1.2G and it was rock stable, I tortured it through antutu and cpu stability test. 1.3G is semi stable cause It requires slight voltage bump which I did not play with (I still have to do this).
Bat temp is around 44C after 20 min of torturing which is very good starting from low 20-23c.

This is tested on KK cyanaosp v2.4.0 with build in kernel no special teaks or whatsoever. I will report back when I test more with voltage bump.

Wow! Thanks for replied
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