can you share your governor setting please?
These setting's might not be good for you because I have set them based on my usage but here it is:
above_hispeed_delay:20000 533333:20000 800000:50000 998400:20000
target_loads:65 200000:98 400000:50 533333:55 800000:60 998400:39 1094400:90 1190400:95 1209600:99
I didn't changed other setting's, and again try different thing's based on what you do with your phone. and just in case you don't know what everything does:
hispeed_freq - An intermediate "hi speed" at which to initially ramp when CPU load hits the value specified in go_hispeed_load. If load stays high for the amount of time specified in above_hispeed_delay, then speed may be bumped higher. Default is the maximum speed allowed by the policy at governor initialization time.
ii) go_hispeed_load - The CPU load at which to ramp to hispeed_freq. Default is 99%.
iii) min_sample_time - The minimum amount of time to spend at the current frequency before ramping down. Default is 80000 uS.
iv) timer_rate - Sample rate for reevaluating CPU load when the CPU is not idle. A deferrable timer is used, such that the CPU will not be woken from idle to service this timer until something else needs to run. (The maximum time to allow deferring this timer when not running at
minimum speed is configurable via timer_slack.) Default is 20000 uS.
v) target_loads - CPU load values used to adjust speed to influence the current CPU load toward that value. In general, the lower the target load, the more often the governor will raise CPU speeds to bring load below the target. The format is a single target load, optionally followed by pairs of CPU speeds and CPU loads to target at or above those speeds. Colons can be used between the speeds and associated target loads for readability. For example:
85 1000000:90 1700000:99
targets CPU load 85% below speed 1GHz, 90% at or above 1GHz, until 1.7GHz and above, at which load 99% is targeted. If speeds are specified these must appear in ascending order. Higher target load values are typically specified for higher speeds, that is, target load values also usually appear in an ascending order. The default is target load 90% for all speeds.
vi) above_highspeed_delay - When speed is at or above hispeed_freq, wait for this long before raising speed in response to continued high load. The format is a single delay value, optionally followed by pairs of CPU speeds and the delay to use at or above those speeds. Colons can be used between the speeds and associated delays for readability. For example:
80000 1300000:200000 1500000:40000
uses delay 80000 uS until CPU speed 1.3 GHz, at which speed delay 200000 uS is used until speed 1.5 GHz, at which speed (and above) delay 40000 uS is used. If speeds are specified these must appear in ascending order. Default is 20000 uS.
vii) timer_slack - Maximum additional time to defer handling the governor sampling timer beyond timer_rate when running at speeds above the minimum. For platforms that consume additional power at idle when CPUs are running at speeds greater than minimum, this places an upper bound on how long the timer will be deferred prior to re-evaluating load and dropping speed. For example, if timer_rate is 20000uS and timer_slack is 10000uS then timers will be deferred for up to 30msec when not at lowest speed. A value of -1 means defer timers
indefinitely at all speeds. Default is 80000 uS.
viii) boost - If non-zero, immediately boost speed of all CPUs to at least hispeed_freq until zero is written to this attribute. If zero, allow CPU speeds to drop below hispeed_freq according to load as usual. Default is zero.
ix) boostpulse - On each write, immediately boost speed of all CPUs to hispeed_freq for at least the period of time specified by boostpulse_duration, after which speeds are allowed to drop below hispeed_freq according to load as usual.
x) boostpulse_duration - Length of time to hold CPU speed at hispeed_freq on a write to boostpulse, before allowing speed to drop according to load as usual. Default is 80000 uS.