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Hey there.
I made a full tests with I/O Schedulers to make everybody clear which one is better.
For me actually all is the same i think any of them perform prety good and there wouldnt be noticable inreal usage differience.

Device Sm-n9005
Kernel: [KERNEL] Kernel Sapec 2.1 TW_KK_Update 7_N9005
Rom: X-NOTE build 15.0
Benchmark used: AndroBench

Kernel Settings:
CPU Max Freq 2.8ghz
Internal_storage read-ahead: 2048kB
ExternalSD read-ahead 2048kB

All tests were made 3 times and average score was taken.


IMG in dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/isre15gs9hglvnm/Capture.PNG
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Hey there.
I made a full tests with I/O Schedulers to make everybody clear which one is better.
For me actually all is the same i think any of them perform prety good and there wouldnt be noticable inreal usage differience.

Device Sm-n9005
Kernel: [KERNEL] Kernel Sapec 2.1 TW_KK_Update 7_N9005
Rom: X-NOTE build 15.0
Benchmark used: AndroBench

Kernel Settings:
CPU Max Freq 2.8ghz
Internal_storage read-ahead: 2048kB
ExternalSD read-ahead 2048kB

Would be much better if we could get a bigger and clearer photo ^^
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Would be much better if we could get a bigger and clearer photo ^^

You can give me link for imghosting that u like most or open image in new tab and download fullsized.
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You can give me link for imghosting that u like most or open image in new tab and download fullsized.

I usually use Imgur as you can just toss it in there and share. But dropbox public works too!
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I usually use Imgur as you can just toss it in there and share. But dropbox public works too!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/isre15gs9hglvnm/Capture.PNG

Ye i tried to use link from dropbox at first. but i saw only broken image logo.
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/isre15gs9hglvnm/Capture.PNG

Ye i tried to use link from dropbox at first. but i saw only broken image logo.

You can always throw in the raw data into a Google spreadsheet and make it public from your drive. That way it fits everyone's screen.

Anyways, I can read it now from the dropbox link, will help lots of people reference schedulers
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You can always throw in the raw data into a Google spreadsheet and make it public from your drive. That way it fits everyone's screen.

Anyways, I can read it now from the dropbox link, will help lots of people reference schedulers

Hope so
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