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[FROYO-Kernel-OC/UV-BLN] Infusion Kernel 2.0, now with 2 cores to choose from!

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25th July 2011, 06:17 AM   |  #1  
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What started as a modification of the Community Kernel has grown into it's own beast....

As always, what you flash from me has not warranty as you have already borked your manufacturer's anyways.....

Now presenting the Choose your own Core version of Infusion Kernel. Since I couldn't deliver Dual core speeds, I thought that I would deliver 2 different cores!

Both Cores have the following....

BLN
Voodoo Sound 10
Voodoo Lagfix
TinyRCU
Insecure boot (ro.secure=0)
bfq and cfq schedulers

And now for the differences:
Core A has the standard frequencies
100
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
Nothing new here....

Core B however has
104
208
416
624
832
1040
1248
1456
1664

"Nani?" you say? (Nani is Japanese for what)
What I have done here is overclocked the whole CPU/GPU bus from the ground up. Thus making a more user oriented experience and preventing bouncing the GPU all over the place. It's still a beta status (since the 1664 can freeze with large amounts of playing games, but is stable for everyday use), so I would not expect as smooth as the standard 200 MHz bus, but if you feel daring, have fun!

Many thanks to:
Hardcore/Unhelpful: for the HUGE work with the SGS/Infuse processor
gtg465x: for the community kernel
supercurio: for Voodoo of course!
drowningchild/Entropy512: for the help and pushes to the kernel
You: for encouraging me and choosing my kernel!

Last but not least, the Insanity Crew:

crazynfo
gb96
Unknown #1
2sl0w
ookba
motumbo
(If you're not here yet, either the info hasn't went through yet, or I don't know who donated what.... Feel free to drop me a line. )
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25th July 2011, 06:23 AM   |  #2  
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Previous Versons, known issues, ect.
Previous versions of the Infuse Kernel can be found here.

Known issues:
No CPU states in Core B.
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25th July 2011, 06:25 AM   |  #3  
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Downloading now! Thanks!
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Working great. Loving these funky CPU clock speeds,

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Originally Posted by TehInternetzOozer

Quadrant is crashing every few tests I take. When it finishes, I get always over 2300. It seems like it scores more when CPU is hot.

Careful with that though, I'm seriously thinking of taking the CPU/GPU from 208 to 206 due to 1664 being too close to my top speed of 1670 and freezing up 15-20 min into a graphically intensive game.... Great benches, with Nenamark 1.0 at 51 FPS (only top frequency and performance/Ondemand), but stability is key.
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BLN seems to be working well! Thanks!
25th July 2011, 06:52 AM   |  #10  
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Is there any difference between Core A and Infusion 1.8?

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