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10th August 2014, 12:48 PM |#1  
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can you share yours?
heres mine:

384000: 812500
432000: 825000
486000: 837500
540000: 850000
594000: 862500
648000: 875000
702000: 887500
756000: 912500
810000: 937500
864000: 950000
918000: 962500
972000: 987500
1026000: 987500
1080000: 1012500
1134000: 1025000
1188000: 1050000
1242000: 1050000
1296000: 1075000
1350000: 1087500
1404000: 1100000
1458000: 1112500
1512000: 1125000
1620000: 1137500

please tell me if theres something wrong with my table.
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16th September 2014, 10:16 AM |#2  
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And how can we know them ?
16th September 2014, 05:57 PM |#3  
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And how can we know them ?

Use Trickster Mod to adjust.
17th September 2014, 12:22 AM |#4  
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384000: 825000
432000: 850000
486000: 850000
540000: 875000
594000: 875000
648000: 900000
702000: 900000
756000: 925000
810000: 925000
864000: 950000
918000: 950000
972000: 1000000
1026000: 1000000
1080000: 1025000
1134000: 1025000
1188000: 1050000
1242000: 1050000
1296000: 1075000
1350000: 1075000
1404000: 1100000
1458000: 1100000
1512000: 1125000
1620000: 1150000
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17th September 2014, 08:18 AM |#5  
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384000: 825000
432000: 850000
486000: 850000
540000: 875000
594000: 875000
648000: 900000
702000: 900000
756000: 925000
810000: 925000
864000: 950000
918000: 950000
972000: 1000000
1026000: 1000000
1080000: 1025000
1134000: 1025000
1188000: 1050000
1242000: 1050000
1296000: 1075000
1350000: 1075000
1404000: 1100000
1458000: 1100000
1512000: 1125000
1620000: 1150000

Is this a good table to bring good battery life? Or is it more on the performance side?

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17th September 2014, 02:58 PM |#6  
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Is this a good table to bring good battery life? Or is it more on the performance side?

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voltage can't give you any performance, lowering voltage can help with lesser heating
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17th September 2014, 03:03 PM |#7  
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My voltage table with thunderzap

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17th September 2014, 04:52 PM |#8  
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voltage can't give you any performance, lowering voltage can help with lesser heating

Does the ac current affect heating also or not?

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17th September 2014, 04:56 PM |#9  
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Does the ac current affect heating also or not?

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if you mean faster charging then yes, it heats motherboard too
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if you mean faster charging then yes, it heats motherboard too

So what settings would you recommend for the least heating of the phone? Thanks.

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