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Maybe it's my imagination but I run pretty much every rom with leankernel with the powerhal fix and almost always get results like this. And I've flashed them all.

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what fix did you use?
It's the powerhal zip file that allows 1.5ghz. Its right there in the leankernel thread.

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I just noticed at goo.im that Orca is showing as a "trending ROM". Now if Drew would build for the i717 quincyatt........everything would be perfect.

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I'm very tempted to try this rom but I'm on PA and can't see an outstanding difference between the two to make me jump ship (so to speak) Any features I'm missing to help make this decision?
Speed, smoothness and speed.

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Speed, smoothness and speed.

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Running this on my Xoom. Running great. Gonna flash this to my 7 as well. Lots of nice options.

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Rock-steady and great performance, and it works with USB audio using Lean Kernel.

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Going to give a try

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I love this ROM so far! I see a lot of you are rocking lean kernel?

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I love this ROM so far! I see a lot of you are rocking lean kernel?

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Either that or motley. I always have great results with lean kernel.

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