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[Q] Improving nexus 7 graphics?

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5th April 2014, 05:47 PM   |  #1  
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Is there any way that we can significantly improve the graphics performance on the nexus 7?
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Is there any way that we can significantly improve the graphics performance on the nexus 7?

Probably disable Force 4x MSAA if you have it enabled root, unlock then flash an overclocked kernel
12th April 2014, 02:32 PM   |  #3  
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Probably disable Force 4x MSAA if you have it enabled root, unlock then flash an overclocked kernel

Okay, ya I've done all of that but the graphics still aren't that great...Any suggestions for a kitkat kernel with an over clocked GPU?
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Okay, ya I've done all of that but the graphics still aren't that great...Any suggestions for a kitkat kernel with an over clocked GPU?

Sorry, ummm..by improve graphics, do you mean the graphics quality or the performance?
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Sorry, ummm..by improve graphics, do you mean the graphics quality or the performance?

More performance than quality...and thanks for the help so far!
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More performance than quality...and thanks for the help so far!

You're welcome, so far I'm not sure if there are any other ways of improving your gpu performance besides overclocking the core frequency
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You're welcome, so far I'm not sure if there are any other ways of improving your gpu performance besides overclocking the core frequency

Ok, what about chainfire?
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Ok, what about chainfire?

I think chainfire is only compatible with froyo and gingerbread if I recall correctly. have you ever considered trying the new F2FS filesystem development for the N7?
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I think chainfire is only compatible with froyo and gingerbread if I recall correctly. have you ever considered trying the new F2FS filesystem development for the N7?

Yes I actually just flashed over to F2FS the other day I'm liking it and it doesn't seem smoother, but I haven't gotten to test it with any games, I am downloading asphalt 8 right now though Although I did run antutu and the graphics didn't seem to improve
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Yes I actually just flashed over to F2FS the other day I'm liking it and it doesn't seem smoother, but I haven't gotten to test it with any games, I am downloading asphalt 8 right now though Although I did run antutu and the graphics didn't seem to improve

Check this out, it might be helpful, but it's for the one x. Goodluck
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1664391

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