Nah. 2700 MHz is far from dangerous. Especially that the devs made sure to undervolt the cores this way less heat generates. Furthermore we have three different types or thermal protection agains any kind of cpu damage caused by overclocking. vdd_restriction, msm_thermal and core_control which is set to default. It'll turn off cores that reach a dangerous temperature preventing them from getting damaged. I used this kernel to play some mediocre games with cpu freqs set to 652-2700 MHz also 1100 MHz GPU. This kernel is completely safe. However I never tried to play PUBG, Fortnite or other cpu/gpu needy mainstream games on phone. These type of games weren't meant to be played on our mido.
those rings and colors are just "apply on boot" optionsThanks for the quick response. I raised max clock speed now [emoji4]. Fantastic! The device is very fast and there is no lag. I use the interactive governor. I turned on the 3 protection you wrote. I hooked up a picture. On the right there are rings. Would they stay gray or have I turned blue? I do not understand the relevance of the setting. Thanks
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My bad. You can find it in the telegram group. Just search it there. Sorry
No worries. I forgot to mention that it isn't recommended to activate two or more core-protection functions for they could/might/will collide thus leading to system errors, bugs. At least that's what I heard. I'm not sure since I never tampered with those restriction features and left them to default where only core_control is enabled. In Ex Kernel Manager when you click on the power icon next to a feature it'll turn blue. When it is blue it means the feature will be set automatically after the device reboots.Thanks for the quick response. I raised max clock speed now [emoji4]. Fantastic! The device is very fast and there is no lag. I use the interactive governor. I turned on the 3 protection you wrote. I hooked up a picture. On the right there are rings. Would they stay gray or have I turned blue? I do not understand the relevance of the setting. ThanksView attachment 4668146
Core Control : Enable / disable throttling, this enables the thermal engine and enable VDD restriction and core throttle
VDD Restriction : Limits CPU voltage, limiting it will decrease temperature
Core Throttle : Throttles CPU when enabled, this decrease CPU frequency to a lower step when it reaches a specified temperature
I'd love to use darkness control but the question how often does it get updates? The newest one I could find on the web is this. Seems rather outdated?