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[Kernel][Stock1.3][Already included in CM7] Dalingrin's OC kernel [09/01/11]

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20th July 2011, 10:23 PM |#3991  
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Are you finding that battery drain takes a hit at 32? As far as screen quality, I also see no difference with 32. I'm on 16 at this point.
 
 
20th July 2011, 10:54 PM |#3992  
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Are you finding that battery drain takes a hit at 32? As far as screen quality, I also see no difference with 32. I'm on 16 at this point.

Battery seems exactly the same to me.

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21st July 2011, 08:46 AM |#3993  
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I was wondering what kind of voltage are people using for high stepping with speed around 1.350mhz.
I have stock 1,375 voltage, but it doesn't seem very stable.

Sent from Nook Color on Cm7 Nightly 129 @1.350Mhz
21st July 2011, 12:45 PM |#3994  
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I was wondering what kind of voltage are people using for high stepping with speed around 1.350mhz.
I have stock 1,375 voltage, but it doesn't seem very stable.

Not all NC's can do the same speeds, yours apparently can't go that fast. I haven't tried above 1300 myself, and it stays at 1100.
21st July 2011, 01:34 PM |#3995  
BTW - as past testing in this thread has found, people will have a better performing nook with the CPU maxed at 1200. For some reason, past this clock speed, the GPU really slows down, hurting your game performance...

ONe example: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=4380
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21st July 2011, 06:03 PM |#3996  
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Does anyone have a copy of the new kernel they can put on megadownload? The server seams to be down.
21st July 2011, 07:53 PM |#3997  
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Does anyone have a copy of the new kernel they can put on megadownload? The server seams to be down.

http://coachz.inetpro.org/~dalingrin/nook/kernels/

Newest one is June 30. This is the same kernel built into CM7 now, I believe.
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21st July 2011, 07:57 PM |#3998  
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I was wondering what kind of voltage are people using for high stepping with speed around 1.350mhz.
I have stock 1,375 voltage, but it doesn't seem very stable.

Sent from Nook Color on Cm7 Nightly 129 @1.350Mhz

I have been running with these settings for a while now, with no problems. vary stable

quadrant: 2625
nenamark1: 22.9
neo core: 29.6

cm7 emmc n138 16bit

conservative gov:
300 600 800 1100 1200

voltage:
300 @ .8125v
600 @ 1.0v
800 @ 1.1625v
1100 @ 1.2375v
1200 @ 1.2875v
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21st July 2011, 08:54 PM |#3999  
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http://coachz.inetpro.org/~dalingrin/nook/kernels/

Newest one is June 30. This is the same kernel built into CM7 now, I believe.

Thanks. I didn't check but overclocked kernels aren't part of the nightly downloads. Unless they changed something recently.
21st July 2011, 09:02 PM |#4000  
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Thanks. I didn't check but overclocked kernels aren't part of the nightly downloads. Unless they changed something recently.

Since Nightly 132, the OC kernel has been included in nightlies.

http://cm-nightlies.appspot.com/?device=encore
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