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View Poll Results: In your opionion did the tweaks here speed up your X1 ?
Yes its zippy -my Xperience was improved 277 36.79%
No now it crawls like a slug 87 11.55%
Dont know ? / No difference, most tweaks are in my current ROM. 389 51.66%
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Turbo Speed X1 - ROM 1 - Performance Thread, tweaks and benchmarks

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Hi Chongbh

Nice Bitmaps, I bet your runnin a 4gb card ?
 
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Nice Bitmaps, I bet your runnin a 4gb card ?
Yes, you are right. Still running on default 4GB MicroSD Card.
 
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Mine with Jacks 1.06 ROM

Integer: 329.2297
Floating point :7.486
Ram access:1481
Draw Bitmaps:789
Main storage (write):10326.05
Main storage (read):15794.66
Ramdisk (write): 5394.21
Ramdisk (read): 16925.62

Although I think i've slowed it down a bit by installing/uninstalling too much stuff, perhaps it'll be better with a fresh installation
 
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Hi, THJahar

Whats the ramdisc, that more than 10 X my SD write, you,ve taken the lead, for now ha ha
 
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Mine with Jacks 1.07 ROM

Integer: 328
Floating point :7.442
Ram access:1470
Draw Bitmaps:787
Main storage (write):11548
Main storage (read):15022
Ramdisk (write): 5242
Ramdisk (read): 15835

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Thanks for this write up. I got:

Integer: 328.89
Floating point :7.521
Ram access:990
Draw Bitmaps:786
Main storage (write):8641.35
Main storage (read):11273.39
Storage card (write): 409.03
Storage card (read): 15633.59

Why are my numbers lower?

ok ran it again just to be sure:

Integer: 331.2134
Floating point :7.54
Ram access:1510
Draw Bitmaps:798
Main storage (write):8904.35
Main storage (read):13444.20
Storage card (write): 425.54
Storage card (read): 16605.41

Yay at least everything went up the 2nd time haha.
 
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Hmmm whats the down side of applying all those tweaks?

battery life?
heat?

Can we undo all of those changes and get the phone back to what it was just in case something goes wrong ?


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what about the camera recording/encoding at vga?
any enhancement with these tweaks?
 
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Hmmm whats the down side of applying all those tweaks?

battery life?
heat?

Can we undo all of those changes and get the phone back to what it was just in case something goes wrong ?


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memory leaks = more freq. soft resets. they're all just registry changes so easy to revert.
 
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memory leaks = more freq. soft resets. they're all just registry changes so easy to revert.
What are you talking about? Most tweaks are just use more memory for caching to increase performance. The SD cab probably just enable DMA to increase throughput. All of them has nothing to do w/ memory leak.

BTW, why use SKtool instead of SPB Benchmark? SPB takes much longer but provide more detail.


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