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21st June 2014, 07:02 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.
Any help would really be appreciable

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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