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Question: CPU O/C to 800MHz...isn't that risky, the hardware O/C at 768MHz gets unstable, so how will battery/stability be affected by such a high clock speed...also anyone know how hot it runs at 800MHz?
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can you add savagedzen governor?
 
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Question: CPU O/C to 800MHz...isn't that risky, the hardware O/C at 768MHz gets unstable, so how will battery/stability be affected by such a high clock speed...also anyone know how hot it runs at 800MHz?
I was thinking the same thing.
My phone crashes at 768MHz

Also, could you possibly enable undervolting?
(Can the Wildfire even BE undervolted?)
 
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Question: CPU O/C to 800MHz...isn't that risky, the hardware O/C at 768MHz gets unstable, so how will battery/stability be affected by such a high clock speed...also anyone know how hot it runs at 800MHz?
I thought about this, depending on your device (some have more kick than others) you might be able to get this high, I did this because I have seen phones with 1GHz processors overclocked to 2GHz.
If you are stable at 768, you could try higher, but it is your choice.
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can you add savagedzen governor?
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I was thinking the same thing.
My phone crashes at 768MHz

Also, could you possibly enable undervolting?
(Can the Wildfire even BE undervolted?)
You will have to use a lower frequency then, I can't go any higher than 691MHz without crashes, but some people are fine on 768.
I am not sure about undervolting though.
 
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I'm running stable at 710MHz, didn't try anything between 710 and 768 tho.
 
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thanks for savagedzen.... it work?

for freq stay on 710, max 728 and phone doesn't crash.
 
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thanks for savagedzen.... it work?

for freq stay on 710, max 728 and phone doesn't crash.
Savagezen works, using it now.
Next version will have up to 768MHz but with more intervals

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Yeah likewise, I am stable and very few if any system FCs at 728 MHz...so theoretically you can add near 80% more CPU speed with the right governor? Haha wishful thinking I know but imagine the Wildfire at 810+ :]

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Yeah likewise, I am stable and very few if any system FCs at 728 MHz...so theoretically you can add near 80% more CPU speed with the right governor? Haha wishful thinking I know but imagine the Wildfire at 810+ :]

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Yeah, I am going to put the CPU max speed back down to 768, and add some more governors.
I think 800MHz is a bit crazy, 768 is good.

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