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Last edited by houstonn; 7th October 2013 at 10:17 PM.
Well, our cpu are made at some quality standards. We have 4 different quality of cpu for apq8064 from Qualcomm. so depending on which one is on your phone it selects frequency table from slow, nominal, fast and faster. Google kernel source have same frequency table for fast and faster. So those with faster are not getting their extra advantage
You can identify you CPU chip by below command in terminal.
adb shell dmesg | grep PVS
It will give you some output as given example below
And faster binned CPU has lot to do with UV, when you look as frequency table of faster, it is already preconfigured to have lower voltages than fast, and lot lower than slow binned.
Phones with faster binned should have better battery than slower binned phone out of box without any other configuration.
And for UV its already hardcoded and can be adjusted by System Tuner app further. And OC I am not willing to add. ( I don't think there's any gain in running our phones hotter with higher voltages by OC'ing)
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