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zoman7663

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    How did you get that score? I get same as stock score

    Nothing special, installed v1.7 and ran the benchmark. No prep. But I just found out I'm using an older version of AnTuTu. Just updated it, score is still very similar though.

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    How did you get that score? I get same as stock score

    Installed v1.7 and ran the benchmark. I just found out that I was on an older version of AnTuTu, just updated and scores are very similar. But if your gpu is set to max frequency 865, you should see similar scores.
     

    Surfeur-des-Reves

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    Unfortunately, latest version of the kernel got me stuck on the boot screen forever after flashing it with EXKM on my IN2020 10.5.10 Oneplus 8 Pro. Fortunately, I had a backup of my boot partition, but still, that was scary lol!
     

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    zoman7663

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    Hey, can you tell me if that much GPU OC is safe?

    Safe? I've seen from your many posts that you successfully ran a benchmark at 900. If your phone or app didn't shut down or crash then your good! Besides you can always limit the maximum frequency to stock 587 or something else less than 900. The dev has obviously tuned to frequencies and voltage to work very stable. So yes this frequency is stable. Other phones with this cpu/gpu are running at 900 as well.
     

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    Safe? I've seen from your many posts that you successfully ran a benchmark at 900. If your phone or app didn't shut down or crash then your good! Besides you can always limit the maximum frequency to stock 587 or something else less than 900. The dev has obviously tuned to frequencies and voltage to work very stable. So yes this frequency is stable. Other phones with this cpu/gpu are running at 900 as well.

    If it wasn't safe, it probably wouldn't be enabled that high. If you're worried, change the max GPU setting in a kernel editor. I'm sure nothing makes the GPU get that high to begin with and if it does, it's probably not for long until it starts to throttle.



    Okay, it just amazes to see that an increase in the frequency of about 55% is possible with OC.
     

    zoman7663

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    Okay, it just amazes to see that an increase in the frequency of about 55% is possible with OC.

    TheKnux is correct though, the gpu rarely will ramp up to the max unless put under a total load, like AnTuTu (gpu benchmark) and perhaps some games. But if you didn't have any problems with a benchmark then all is well, enjoy the extra performance!
     
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