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28th June 2014, 09:12 AM   |  #1  
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hi all ı want to ask questions about pegasusq. Can anyone use pegasusq ? how is the battery life ? is it stable ?

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sorry my bad english I'm trying to improve
28th June 2014, 09:23 AM   |  #2  
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hi all ı want to ask questions about pegasusq. Can anyone use pegasusq ? how is the battery life ? is it stable ?

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pegasusq in my opinion is the better governor to use, largely because it can tell if is more than one core and respond accordingly. Pair that with CPU Sleeper Dual Core and you're golden as far as power saving awareness. SIO I hear is the best i/o scheduler to use for power consumption, deadline in my opinion is the best for pure performance however be careful because If you do overload and a process misses a deadline it will hiccup or even freeze.
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pegasusq in my opinion is the better governor to use, largely because it can tell if is more than one core and respond accordingly. Pair that with CPU Sleeper Dual Core and you're golden as far as power saving awareness. SIO I hear is the best i/o scheduler to use for power consumption, deadline in my opinion is the best for pure performance however be careful because If you do overload and a process misses a deadline it will hiccup or even freeze.

so battery life is good yeah ?
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so battery life is good yeah ?

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Battery life is also good on abyssplug, but I don't think there's a big difference between the two.

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Battery life is also good on abyssplug, but I don't think there's a big difference between the two.

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