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Interactive/InteractiveX
 
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ElementalX
 
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23rd August 2015, 01:23 AM |#101  
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How about arteractive and precognition gov?

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What about yankactive? Or did I miss it?
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It's there, number 52.

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I meant on how to tweak it to be more battery or performance
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Guys is normal that the msm-dcvs uses ALWAYS the maximum speed?? It always uses 1512mhz on my Xperia Z, like performance governor!! I read that is optimized for my processor but I don't think that is good to always have maximum speed!!
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I've added descriptions for those govs now.

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Guys is normal that the msm-dcvs uses ALWAYS the maximum speed?? It always uses 1512mhz on my Xperia Z, like performance governor!! I read that is optimized for my processor but I don't think that is good to always have maximum speed!!

There could be problems with the implementation. You should probably check with your kernel developer as they may have not properly got that CPU governor to work yet. I know this because I've made kernels before and faced this kind of problem when adding new governors.

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I meant on how to tweak it to be more battery or performance

I'll have to see if there are any recommended values to set for that governor.

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@gsstudios the developer of the kernel is Sony!! Because I ma on LB and I can only us stock Kernel... So i thought that at least Sony made all working in his stock Kernel... BTW Thanks for the info I made using interactive right now with multicore power saving to aggressive, what d you think about it?

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@gsstudios the developer of the kernel is Sony!! Because I ma on LB and I can only us stock Kernel... So i thought that at least Sony made all working in his stock Kernel... BTW Thanks for the info I made using interactive right now with multicore power saving to aggressive, what d you think about it?

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Those settings are fine. I would say that having multicore power saving on aggressive is not the best option if you want good smoothness, and it may even cause more heating because the CPU has to work harder (since you are trying to force less cores to work on heavier loads). Normal multicore saving is usually fine for most people.

If it's stock kernel, then it is still Sony's problem for not getting it working properly. It should work fine if implemented properly. So I guess avoiding it is the only option. IMO, that governor is not the best for that phone. There are better governors out there.

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