Okay, so I've done a lot of research, and noticed that most people have their phone's "Min" value set to things like 250MHz - 400MHz, and their "Max" set to things like 1Gz. Why is this? When I do this, I notice that it says the speed that is being used most of the time is the minimal value (based on the upper left-had corner).
Since the default/stock setting for the speed is 550MHz, why would someone underclock it even more to things such as 250GHz? This would make the phone even slower, correct? Why do this when you want more speed!? Shouldn't you have the minimal value set to something like 600MHz - 900MHz if you're looking for speed?
All of this is based on the assumption that you're using the "ondemand" CPU Governor, which theoretically scales up to the "Max" setting based on CPU load.
(looking for more than one opinion)
Thanks in advance for the explanations!