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27th March 2012, 11:13 PM   |  #261  
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I'm not talking about using anything as a player. I'm talking about stressing your phone to see if it's stable. And you don't want hardware decoding when doing so. You want to use the software decoding that's in mobo player. This is what glitch uses to break the phone when he tested leakages in the past. so that said, the fact you can't play a single video smoothly means you probably have done work to do on your voltages.

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You can use Software Decoding with MX Video Player as well and it will do the same thing. Save the trouble of having both MX and Mobo and just use MX for both watching and testing purposes.
27th March 2012, 11:44 PM   |  #262  
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edit: new LiveOC Values, phone didn't like the old one very much. this is pretty stable so far! Tried a 720p Software decoding video off MX Player as well as Modern Combat 3. so much smoother gameplay on that one. flying phone.

Freq - 120% LiveOC - ARM - INT
1000 ------- 1200 - 1375mv - 1150mv
800 --------- 960 - 1225mv - 1125mv
400 --------- 480 - 1075mv - 1100mv
200 --------- 240 - 925mv - 1100mv

Your mileage might vary!
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28th March 2012, 01:28 AM   |  #263  
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finally found my optimal settings after a day of testing. tests include HD video play with S/W Decoding, music player playing while screen's locked, browsing while listening to music, etc.

Again your mileage might vary so don't blame me if your phone explodes.

Freq - 126% LiveOC - ARM - INT
1000 ------- 1260 - 1425mv - 1175mv
800 -------- 1008 - 1275mv - 1100mv
400 --------- 400 - 950mv - 1050mv
200 --------- 200 - 825mv - 1025mv
100 --------- 100 - 825mv - 1000mv

Most values are unchanged except 100-400 because "SINCE V14 BETA 6(Icy Glitch), 100, 200 and 400 MHz steps won't be affected by LiveOC. It should help to stabilize your overclock in most cases."

Once again, your mileage might vary!

This is the first ive heard of how the selective live oc works. Good to know what steps are affected

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29th March 2012, 03:42 AM   |  #264  
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Yea I find I'm having the same issue with chrome on 1440 oc. every other app runs fine

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Thanks for your response. I feel that this is a chrome issue and its something that we can't really report to google as a bug. I guess we'll have to wait out and see if they fix the issue as they move it out of beta eventually. I love chrome, but this issue is keeping me from using it as often.
29th March 2012, 01:14 PM   |  #265  
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This is the first ive heard of how the selective live oc works. Good to know what steps are affected

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You can change the affected states yourself. This is just the default which I decided is the best.

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29th March 2012, 02:02 PM   |  #266  
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ROM: ISCSGS 4.2,
Modem: KF1
Kernel: Glitch V14B6

Freq - 123% LiveOC - ARM - INT
1000 ------- 1230 - 1375mv - 1150mv
800 --------- 984 - 1225mv - 1100mv
400 --------- 400 - 975mv - 1100mv
200 --------- 200 - 900mv - 1100mv
100 --------- 100 - 875mv - 1000mv

@ all: Please post ROM, modem and Kernel Version and please don't post screenshots. Please also don't post settings you haven't tested properly!
@ Glitch team: again great work, thanks!
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29th March 2012, 02:56 PM   |  #267  
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Back to v14b5 @126%.

The new liveoc targets giving me instabilities even with new nstools test version.

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29th March 2012, 07:30 PM   |  #268  
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Back to v14b5 @126%.

The new liveoc targets giving me instabilities even with new nstools test version.

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New nstools version freezes my phone, when changing any setting , but the offical 1.15 works fine for me.
29th March 2012, 10:19 PM   |  #269  
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ROM: CM9 nightly 2012-09-16 (Android 4.0.4)
Kernel: CM9 stock
CPU/Voltage control app: NSTools 1.16
GApps: 2012-04-29-ICS version
Other important changes: Froze default browser (Browser 4.0.3-eng.pawitp.20120307.105323) using Titanium Backup and installed Dolphin HD Browser. Default browser was unnecessarily hogging CPU and draining my battery.

Here are all of my (very stable) settings:
LiveOC: 120%
OC Target Low: 100 MHz
OC Target High: 1500 MHz
Min CPU freq: 240 MHz
Max CPU freq: 1200 MHz
Max ARM volt: 1500 mV
Max INT volt: 1300 mV

Frequency voltages:
Code:
Freq (MHz) ARM Volt (mV) INT Volt (mV)
---------- ------------- -------------
1500       1500          1200
1400       1450          1175            
1300       1400          1150
1200       1375          1100
1000       1300          1100
 800       1225          1100
 400       1050          1100
 200        950          1100
 100        950          1000
I ran all of the following stress tests in the following order to successfully test the stability of the phone:
  1. 720p AVC (High@L3.1) 29.97 fps video within a MP4 container playing in MX Video Player using software decoder
  2. Electopia
  3. Stability Test (CPU/GPU Test, Classic Test)
  4. AnTuTu Benchmark
  5. NenaMark1
  6. NenaMark2
  7. Neocore
  8. Vellamo
  9. KFS OpenGL Benchmark

It's worth noting that setting my minimum frequency to 240 MHz provides a very fast and snappy UI, i.e. widgets refresh and redraw much faster and overall UI responsiveness is better. Setting my minimum frequency to 120 MHz (lowest setting) does result in some lag, which is why I tried the next frequency step up.

Good luck, and please remember to press the Thanks button below if my settings and information helped you in any way.
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30th March 2012, 07:36 PM   |  #270  
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@1000 (multiplier) with 123% OC
1000/1350/1150 or 1000/1375/1175 for 125% OC
800/1225/1100

I am not sure how you guys are testing your overclocks, but I test by multiplier on one set frequency:

1. set to governor to performance (to maintain max freq or test freq)
2. select multiplier to test (eg. 800, 1000, 1200)
3. select OC/Bus speed (eg. 110%)
4. stress test (eg. moboplayer on 720p works well)
5. a) if successful, increase OC in increments of 2% and repeat 4)
5. b) if crashes, restart phone and increase Arm voltage in increments of 25mV, and repeat from step 1). Repeat until OC can not be increased at that particular Int voltage.
6. increase the Int voltage in increments of 25mV and repeat from step 1)
7. select matching max OC's from the different multipliers.

I love graphs, so I put my results in Excel.
(my personal max voltages I was willing to use were 1425/1200mV for Arm/Int)
- it does show a linear progression for OC vs. Arm/Int voltages
- could not get OC higher than 117% on 1200 multiplier

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