Amazing!!! Bring Exynos back to the glory again... Golden Age is coming again for Exynos I knew there's alot of sh*t happening on kernel level with Exynos.... I'm glad you got it all sorted (nearly)
But... I will wait till you add or support GPU & CPU undervolt , CPU Overclocking as undervolting CPU will further increase battery life it is obvious
Thank you! For providing this kernel!! I will keep watching it till at least have an undervolting CPU & GPU support (I'm not asking for any ETA'S) Thank you again!
#Exynos is back
The conservative scaling of frequencies should already return some battery life, but slightly worsen the scores of some synthetic benchmarks. This is counterbalanced by the introduction of 16ms PELT which will in return improve real world performance.
The OC build will be much more performance centred.
The UC build should reduce peak power drain, but most battery savings will occur in the standard build. As stated in the FAQ, undervolting is mostly irrelevant with EAS.
Trying to work out the script ATM with a talented Note 9 tester. Hopefully should be introduced soon
I'm really happy to hear that this is like a new year gift to my ears !
But I'm really sorry for not being specific... I know what you mean for the CPU undervolting is irrelevant I have readed the FAQ ....
But what about the GPU? Is undervolting is irrelevant for the GPU too? it is an achievement when maximizing GPU OC with undervolting since the GPU is the weakest part on the Exynos... a significant OC pump frequency with tweaking voltage will bring some performance pump on heavy graphics performance see what I mean?
Waiting for your reply.... as your opinion matters to me alot
Again Thank you.. Thank you!
GPU Voltage control was originally ported over to the Exynos 9810 but the voltage control was seemingly broken. When GPU voltage control is working, I'll introduce it again. Underclocking the GPU and allowing to run at a lower minimum frequency is something I may eventually investigate and measure if there are any benefits.
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