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[KERNEL][GPL]2013-03-02 b24 motley kernel for the Prime (4.2.2 alpha)

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13th March 2012, 02:37 PM   |  #111  
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74c is not terrible. It depends on the silicone, alot of higher end gpus run 85+ stock. I'm not sure the upper limit of the 40nm process this chip is based off but 74 is out of my comfort zone. 60 or so would be ideal. Does anyone know how the heatsink on this device is setup? Can we mod it?

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13th March 2012, 02:42 PM   |  #112  
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74c is not terrible. It depends on the silicone, alot of higher end gpus run 85+ stock. I'm not sure the upper limit of the 40nm process this chip is based off but 74 is out of my comfort zone. 60 or so would be ideal. Does anyone know how the heatsink on this device is setup? Can we mod it?

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It's terrible enough to make it shut down. Mine stays around 40C when I'm using the tablet.
13th March 2012, 03:44 PM   |  #113  
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Any chance this supports init.d ?

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13th March 2012, 08:31 PM   |  #114  
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Reporting back from before, turns out atp tweak was the problem. I unchecked enable deadline at boot and was able to boot right up and run some benchmarks at 1.7ghz. Then I opened up atp tweak just for fun and my tab immediately rebooted. So I'd add to the op that people need to uninstall or atleast disable Atp tweak.
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13th March 2012, 08:31 PM   |  #115  
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Any chance this supports init.d ?

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Also, plus 1 on this.

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13th March 2012, 09:46 PM   |  #116  
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It is strange that Antutu can't get past the 2d/3d tests. Something doesn't sound right there.

It never does even in stock kernel - seems like the antutu bug, I do not bother.

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This temp is being reported by the driver for NCT1008 (nct1008.c), a temperature monitoring device from ON Semiconductors. It appears that a thermal shutdown was triggered. EDP will throttle your clock down starting at a certain temp and then thermal shutdown will occur at a max temp.

It is clear - I'd like the people to know/distinguish the 'reboot/freeze' event that caused by thermal shutdown or by chipset overclock instability. This means that true 1.8Ghz can be possibly achieved with some additional cooling
13th March 2012, 10:12 PM   |  #117  
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It never does even in stock kernel - seems like the antutu bug, I do not bother.



It is clear - I'd like the people to know/distinguish the 'reboot/freeze' event that caused by thermal shutdown or by chipset overclock instability. This means that true 1.8Ghz can be possibly achieved with some additional cooling

Where is prime95 when you need it? Lol

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13th March 2012, 11:05 PM   |  #118  
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Originally Posted by marko!

Any chance this supports init.d ?

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Sure, this should be easy to addto the init.rc within the included initramfs in the next version.

For example:
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exec /sbin/sysinit.rc
class_start default
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Then, you would be required to provide your own sysinit.rc or the ROM will already have it setup somewhere. I will check some custom ROMs to see what path/naming convention they are using.




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Reporting back from before, turns out atp tweak was the problem. I unchecked enable deadline at boot and was able to boot right up and run some benchmarks at 1.7ghz. Then I opened up atp tweak just for fun and my tab immediately rebooted. So I'd add to the op that people need to uninstall or atleast disable Atlanta tweak.
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Thanks for reporting back Papa. I have updated the OP with this info under requirements.
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15th March 2012, 02:41 AM   |  #119  
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I've been trying to keep tabs on my clock speed, just for kicks. Its seems that when I'm set to 1.7 using the interactive governor, I almost never hit 1300, 1400, 1500, or 1600. It's not a problem by any means, I'm just curious if it was designed to be like this. I don't know anything about kernels, other than how to install them. And by the way this one is working great. Really hoping for a 1.8 my temp seem to be fine.




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15th March 2012, 08:10 PM   |  #120  
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Interestingly enough I did try this with the new build of the aokp rom and it works marvelously! ! Quite a bit smoother than the kernel they have packaged with the rom. The only problem is wifi doesn't work! Lol ill probably flash back to virtuous when the new build comes out and use this kernel.

Great work!

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