Originally Posted by hayzooos
Out of curiosity, what problems were you having? I have Voltage Control set to apply noop/ondemand at startup, but I just temp changed it back to msm-dcvs for kicks to see how it goes. I know it's the stock governor that came with the phone, so I'd like to stick with that if possible.
I thought I remembered seeing the speeds always be towards the higher end before, but I'll run it again now and see what happens. I'm using FreeGS3, v0.1.1 right now for what it's worth.
With the stock CM10 kernel, as soon as I touch the screen, the frequency jumps to 1134MHz and stays there until you turn the screen off. Then, it drops to the min. speed until you turn on and touch the screen again, at which point it jumps back to 1134MHz and locks itself there.
With the KT747 kernel, the speed more-or-less limits itself to 702MHz, and it's nearly impossible to make it scale any higher. KToonsez refuses to acknowledge the problem, so it won't be fixed anytime soon.
I've gotten CPU Spy graph screenshots to illustrate the problems (comparing the stock ROM to AOSP ROMs while doing the same task), but all parties still deny the problems exist. I don't really know what to do to get them to fix it at this point, so I just gave up. I'm hoping it's just some JB driver issue and it'll be fixed when the official JB kernel source is released.