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2nd June 2014, 02:49 PM   |  #1  
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Xda I didin't understand anything, please tell me how to UNDERVOLT CPU with synapse to be stable and not heating please tell me how the hell undervolt my sm-n900 with Halaszk Kernel ! what to do ? or show me the tutorial please, THANK YOU !
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I would start by lowering the highest frequency you use by say -25mV then test for stability. Once stable then lower by another -25mV and test again. Once stable/satisfied, lower the rest of the frequencies by the same mV.
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I would start by lowering the highest frequency you use by say -25mV then test for stability. Once stable then lower by another -25mV and test again. Once stable/satisfied, lower the rest of the frequencies by the same mV.

you mean I should decrease every Mhz ? e.g 1300-25; 1250-25 etc..

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you mean I should decrease every Mhz ? e.g 1300-25; 1250-25 etc..

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Try this mate

http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...t-cpu-t2072087
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Try this mate

http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...t-cpu-t2072087

Meh ... fail I want someone who has undervolted cpu to tell me stable mvs

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Meh ... fail I want someone who has undervolted cpu to tell me stable mvs

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Dude I heard different phones working with different undervoltage. So my settings are not said to be working for you.-25 should work for most devices and in the link is described what and how to change.
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