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By The_Flashaholic, Senior Member on 3rd January 2014, 04:02 PM
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4th January 2014, 10:00 PM |#11  
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it was smooth since release 4.1 and its smooth now 4.3 all stock

I agree with you.

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4th January 2014, 11:38 PM |#12  
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Its also depend on your hardware.
1.most important is, cpu temp of your phone. Qualcomm s4 save temp range between 0 to 65c. Then it will start to downclock your cpu to 1.2ghz. If u keep playing then it will drop till 700mhz if ik not mistaken.
2. Gpu. Adreno 320 clock at 400mhz. Its also will be downclock to reduce your temp.
3.amount of RAM and total running apps.i know android managing their memory well but sometime this also cause system to lag and etc.
Try to download android tuner in playstore and monitor your hardware status.
Btw, galaxy s2 resolution way too low to compare with our z.so it need less power to rendering at same clock speed with our gpu. Mali400 clock at 400mhz.

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Mali 400 in the s2 is clocked at like 266mhz plus i always do a restart before gaming i have set the cpu governor to performance but still lag :/ anw what do you think is the best rom for gaming ? And thx in advance

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Change the governor is not a good solutions. Qualcomm s4 is as hot as its name. Mine always reach 65++ in celcius. Even I change the governor, it will revert back ti normal.

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Originally Posted by kayrowl91

Its also depend on your hardware.
1.most important is, cpu temp of your phone. Qualcomm s4 save temp range between 0 to 65c. Then it will start to downclock your cpu to 1.2ghz. If u keep playing then it will drop till 700mhz if ik not mistaken.
2. Gpu. Adreno 320 clock at 400mhz. Its also will be downclock to reduce your temp.
3.amount of RAM and total running apps.i know android managing their memory well but sometime this also cause system to lag and etc.
Try to download android tuner in playstore and monitor your hardware status.
Btw, galaxy s2 resolution way too low to compare with our z.so it need less power to rendering at same clock speed with our gpu. Mali400 clock at 400mhz.

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The adreno 320 is 3x as powerful as a mali400, and that on 1080p.

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