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Evoreviews :: Updated 3/16/11 sz.2.0 results

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By skydeaner, Senior Member on 23rd September 2010, 06:21 PM
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9 clicks out of 10000 people again, please help me out more or I'm not gonna spend the time doing this. PLEASE SUPPORT THE ADS ON MY SITE... I must not tell you to click on them per TOS, but if you see something that interests you....


Lots of good info on my webpage, I will no longer be using the name I used before because I will be putting up a large app review section, as well as choosing the top dawg roms and reviewing them.

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Ziggy 471 kernels added. Perform damn well for HTC based kerns. Very excited!

:::::::::::::UPDATE 3/16:::::::::SavagedZen 2.1's:::::::
ok, this new kernel rocks. SZ .2.0 Is up on my website for download and for voting and it's on the graphs. Amazing results to say the least. Most significant battery changes in a long long time. Closest to 42 on linpack ever. They just released a .2.1cfs so I assume they forgot something in the .2.0's. Usually that is what happens when they release a .x.1 right after a .x.0 So I will update the downloads accordingly. But I know that the .2.0s perform bugfree for my everyday use. Maybe it was just the SZ governor they forgot to merge again or whatever, I dunno, I'll look into it. Enjoy the results.




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23rd September 2010, 06:29 PM |#2  
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Wow, great work, that's a lot of info in there.

Are you planning to test some of the non-sense kernels? I saw somone post a quadrant score over 1700 with the MiUI test rom, would be interesting to see some of the AOSP results.
23rd September 2010, 06:29 PM |#3  
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awesome work man... its gonna be great to see everything side by side like that


one question tho: no love for the AOSP kernels?


edit: apparently I have been beaten to the punch
23rd September 2010, 06:47 PM |#4  
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looks like King's # 6 is the best all around...

from what i saw....i could be wrong
23rd September 2010, 06:55 PM |#5  
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yeah, AOSP kernels would be great to see data for compared to all of these 'almost the samey' kernels.
23rd September 2010, 07:06 PM |#6  
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and I'm back from work lol!

Yeah aosp kernels I am going to do add in next. I just tested snap with turbo, and LOL omfg 2500 in quad is insane.
Linpacks didn't go up though, so it must not have been dalvik vm optimizations. I wonder what turbo really is.... hrmm

And yeah, on sense roms i use kings 6bfs as my daily driver. Error free, smooth as silk, and lightning fast, all with amazing battery life.. Kings 7bfs and 8cfs had some really weird problems and I wont touch it. It was jerky as hell, didn't score well. I tried several wipes/reflashes/redownloads, etc. without resolving it.
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23rd September 2010, 07:36 PM |#7  
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very nice!! thanks for the contribution!

ive been doing the same thing charting rom (with and without custom kernels) development progress from 2.1 stock all the way till now with fresh and netarchy.
Its just fun to see how fast the phone has gotten through the months since release.
Dunno if and when i'll get the time to illustrate the data, but its been my little side quest too!!

cheers homie.
23rd September 2010, 08:03 PM |#8  
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Can't wait for the AOSP kernel results! nice work!
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Great work. However, if I may offer a suggestion, please add the stock kernels so we have an idea as to how they compare?
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I too would love to see a comparison to stock. I haven't made the jump to a new kernel yet, but I want to soon and this thread is great for helping me pick which one.
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Great work. However, if I may offer a suggestion, please add the stock kernels so we have an idea as to how they compare?

This is a great idea. I don't know how I overlooked that. I will add them very very soon. Possibly tonight if i have time.

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