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Default [Q] Rom for speed

ive been using cm7.0.3 and have overclocked to 710 MHz but still think its a bit slow, so i was thinking if there was a better rom that works super smooth on the wildfire and is really responsive, if not what i could do to speed up my phone and make it more responsive, thanks in advance
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ive been using cm7.0.3 and have overclocked to 710 MHz but still think its a bit slow, so i was thinking if there was a better rom that works super smooth on the wildfire and is really responsive, if not what i could do to speed up my phone and make it more responsive, thanks in advance

JUST SOME THINGS TO SPEED UP:

--disable display animations.
--try to keep the number of home screen widgets minimum.
--Enable JIT (if it was disabled on your device). Pls search for this.
--turn off predictive text input.
--check whether the device is stable or not at that clock. If unstable it becomes worse. Try decreasing the clock and check the performance.
 
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Try LauncherPro instead of ADW. Swiping across homescreens and the app drawer is far more responsive.
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Try LauncherPro instead of ADW. Swiping across homescreens and the app drawer is far more responsive.
And, totaly off the question, the cube transition effect of launcherpro is FANTASTIC.
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yeah i use launcherpro and think its really good, but im really looking for something that has htc sense but runs really smooth, what are peoples views on these two (ones i think have stood out, if there are any others please mention them): jokerdroid and dk custom froyo ?
 
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I have used WildPuzzle, and, had no issues with it. Not tested the other 2 you have listed, but, going by the users views on these, seems these are great ROMs with no problems as well.
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Jokerdroid is definitely top of my list to try out


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