Poll: Need some info about OC (only Project T users)

Does OC work for you?

  • OC does work on ZE551ML

    Votes: 5 33.3%
  • OC doesn't work on ZE551ML

    Votes: 8 53.3%
  • OC does work on ZE550ML

    Votes: 2 13.3%
  • OC doesn't work on ZE550ML

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    15
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TheSSJ

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  • Feb 25, 2010
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    Hi, I need some info from all the Project T users out there (both phone models).

    As I made some tests I discovered that the OC code in ZE551ML doesn't seem to work consistently (or not at all according to some users).
    I know that UC works, but depending on your feedback I will just continue with one UC'ed build or keep the normal and the OC/UC build

    So here my Poll question:
    Who has real performance improvements with the OC code?

    1) ZE551ML and OC does work
    2) ZE551ML and OC doesn't work at all
    3) ZE550ML and OC does work
    4) ZE550ML and OC doesn't work at all

    Thanks!
     

    ansebovi

    Senior Member
    It doesn't improve performance but yes showing 2ghz in 1.8ghz..
    And as I said I can test any build which have 1.8ghz to 2.3ghz if you want and zenfone zoom is going to have 2.5ghz, gpu @640mhz, if they released source, try to implement what they did in that, becoz basically all are same hardware with different clock,. .
     

    glock24

    Senior Member
    Sep 26, 2012
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    It shows 2.5GHz, but geekbench score is not higher than using 2.33GHz. The score for 2.5GHz is even a little bit lower. Tested with performance governor.
     

    TheSSJ

    Senior Member
  • Feb 25, 2010
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    Yeah, I feared that...let's see what this poll says, then I can decide if I at least keep the underclocking and keep only the UC version
     

    ziddey

    Senior Member
    Aug 26, 2007
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    Intel processors are probably well locked. If tdp throttling is an issue, that can be worked with, but playing with the multiplier is probably out. If anything building a kernel with support for implausibly high frequencies could be a good test. If the phone "works" at 4ghz....

    Sent from my ASUS_Z00A using Tapatalk
     

    Xda909

    Member
    Sep 12, 2008
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    As I sayed in the Kernel-Thread, all my testing makes clear, that on my phone OC doesn't really work. I see the higher clock used in CPU Spy / Kernel Adiutor but there is no performanceimprovement (551ML).

    Thank you for your work. And maybe, there is a solution to unlock the SoC.
     

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      I can see the phone running at 2000mhz in the freq table... But no much performance boost...
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