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21st June 2014, 08:02 AM   |  #1  
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Hi guys I have an M8q running ARHD 7.0 I use Elementalx 0.19 kernel.On antutu I get benchmark about 35000 but some guys get benchmark about 40000.If so I would like to know what settings they use to get such high benchmarks(any tweaks,settings in aroma for elementalx)elc.
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Hi guys I have an M8q running ARHD 7.0 I use Elementalx 0.19 kernel.On antutu I get benchmark about 35000 but some guys get benchmark about 40000.If so I would like to know what settings they use to get such high benchmarks(any tweaks,settings in aroma for elementalx)elc.
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Benchmarks mean nothing in the real world. Nothing in the day to day use of your device. So why the need to have such a high score?
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Benchmarks mean nothing in the real world. Nothing in the day to day use of your device. So why the need to have such a high score?

Technically it is for show off
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Technically it is for show off

Fresh flash, totally clean/wiped HD - set performance gov and deadline sched - cool your phone down to the coolest you can then run it. - Usually works well.
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And many of them have the chip overclocked. It is not some magic. Put your phone in ziplock, put it in freezer and start a benchmark. Instant 1.5k score boost without doing anything :P
Add custom kernel, CPU OC and you can go higher.
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