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18th November 2013, 05:35 PM |#101  
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2 on my bin

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Forgot to add, can go to max kernel allows.

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18th November 2013, 05:49 PM |#102  
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Lol me too

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18th November 2013, 07:31 PM |#103  
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Told you I'd fix it, just had to wait to test on nexus 5 since that's the stuff I want to be damn sure about before giving it to testers.

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18th November 2013, 07:48 PM |#104  
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4 on mine. Reboots on 2.7.

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18th November 2013, 10:52 PM |#105  
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4 on mine. Reboots on 2.7.

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So the lower bin means you can run higher freq?mines at 2 and i can run 27264 no problemo. Thought the ones with lower bins had issues or so it had been conveyed.

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19th November 2013, 12:42 AM |#106  
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So the lower bin means you can run higher freq?mines at 2 and i can run 27264 no problemo. Thought the ones with lower bins had issues or so it had been conveyed.

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The higher the bins, the lower the voltages, they all should run the same frequencies, in theory only at lower voltages, and typically those with lower voltages are thought to have "more headroom", yes, BUT:

We are ocing, going above where the chips should go, so devices will react differently than in the lab.
Not every voltage is binned either, and I'm pushing the chip in more areas than just cpu.

I mostly want to see the bins so I can see if there is a pattern, tweak the table for that bin only (should a paTtern emerge) to see if we can maximize on the number of devices that can hit a certain clock speed.

I could see building more than one version down the road to satisfy different "wants"

The more feedback I get, the more we can squeeze out.

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19th November 2013, 12:57 AM |#107  
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What is for example 2 on my bin where do you set this trickster? If so where is that setting?

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19th November 2013, 01:47 AM |#108  
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What is for example 2 on my bin where do you set this trickster? If so where is that setting?

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Read up like 3 or 4 posts, morfic detailed how.

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19th November 2013, 07:05 AM |#109  
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WiFi still doesn't work

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U also dropped the OC mine worked perfectly fine on 2.8 GHz

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19th November 2013, 09:18 AM |#110  
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WiFi still doesn't work

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U also dropped the OC mine worked perfectly fine on 2.8 GHz

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Check the op for the wifi

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19th November 2013, 05:18 PM |#111  
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I personally think this is the best kernel. I get a couple of random reboots during the day. I have wifi a scanning off. I have tried to get a kmsg but it has came at the wrong time like when I'm driving or something. My device also will reboot while doing a benchmark. Will post a kmsg for that.


Edit: here is the log files after a benchmark random reboot... it didn't generate a last kmsg tho...The file does have a logcat and system log.
https://db.tt/crunTaOE


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