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Stock 1512 Mhz 1 20.00%
1566 Mhz 1 20.00%
1620 Mhz 2 40.00%
1674 Mhz 0 0%
1728 Mhz 1 20.00%
1782 Mhz 0 0%
1836 Mhz 0 0%
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[Q] Overclocking

26th May 2014, 02:24 AM   |  #1  
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Im taking a poll on the average rezound user cpu frequency for development
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Im taking a poll on the average rezound user cpu frequency for development

lol... I would always underclock to the 1200Mhz range to save battery, or use the stock 1512 with a more conservative governor like Intellidemand, rarely ever overclocked and when I did it was just to test something or run a quick benchmark, never really saw any real gain to it at all, always thought it was better to lower the bottom end as low as you could get it to 96-192Mhz so that even if something kept it awake, it would barely be running.
26th May 2014, 09:52 PM   |  #3  
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Whenever I'm running "Intensive items" I sometimes overclock. Most of the time I try to underclock to save battery as ace said. Although Doesn't really save that much battery. I stay at stock 1.5GHz a lot though...
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Whenever I'm running "Intensive items" I sometimes overclock. Most of the time I try to underclock to save battery as ace said. Although Doesn't really save that much battery. I stay at stock 1.5GHz a lot though...

True... Underclocking the top end doesn't do much, although if you can lower the bottom end, and undervolt some, it can make a big difference when sleeping.

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26th May 2014, 10:44 PM   |  #5  
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True... Underclocking the top end doesn't do much, although if you can lower the bottom end, and undervolt some, it can make a big difference when sleeping.

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O you're saying when sleeping. Holy crap YES!! It makes a HUGE difference. I run sense 5 a lot (running that right now) and the battery life on "sleep" is already great, but when I underclock like I did the other day, I forgot to plug my phone in that night, it was at 5% I woke up and it was at 4% 8 hours later only 1% lost. Of course thats on Snuzzo's funky kernel and underclocked, but DANG!!! NEVER seen my battery life that good. The 4% also lasted another 5 hours without use! Don't know how but it did.
28th May 2014, 12:35 AM   |  #6  
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Depends what I'm doing, usually under clocked to save battery throughout the day. I used to record YouTube videos on my rez, I would over clock for recording and benchmarks, finding the perfect i/o scheduler, governor and clock speed to run stable was fun.

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29th May 2014, 02:47 AM   |  #7  
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1728. Fastest mine goes without being unstable.
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Im taking a poll on the average rezound user cpu frequency for development

1728 all the time.

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