Originally Posted by masteryx
Short answer: if you want performance -- like when you play games -- then you can simply turn MP-Decision back on. In a short while it will replace the values you set with its own, based on its algorithms. For example (and this answers your second question), if you underclock and leave MP-Decision on, the service will be like: "well, the CPU is cool enough to step up the frequency for better performance" and as soon as an application demands this performance MP-Decision will overwrite your underclocked value with the highest value safe for the CPU's temperature at that moment. If your CPU is cool then MAX_freq will definitely be set at 2,23 GHz. I'm sorry, I don't know exactly what frequencies are set at which temperatures.
I see you like my long answers. Then maybe you'll also like this
, best explanation of MP-Decision wrote by Trickster Mod's developer. He understood how it works an implemented a hack in his app to enforce user values (called "frequency lock") but for me it doesn't work -- the values are still overwritten if MP-Decision is enabled.
Thank you again
The last 2 doubts.
1) In this moment i'm with Pardus HD 7.6 and bruce 0.41. I use ondemand/row , and to have better perfomance , i have turned up the value "sampling rate"( from 10k to 160k). Do you know that value?
2)In roms not stock based (cyanogen/PA ecc) i have more 3/4 °C compared to stock.
In that roms , is there MP -decision on ? Or is only a question of rom/kernel?