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    I used to have my phone OC to 900mhz, I saw no diiference in performance and actually caused some performance issues. Plus my phone ran real hot and the battery life decreased, ended up going back to stock where it was more stable.
    Did you used sholes rom because sholes rom has problem with other developers kernel or have set CPU set currectly.

    the newer OC kernels are far more stable than before and works alot better with Bugless Beast rom
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    On Tuesday I jumped from the Taz OC 1.1GHZ to 1.3GHZ kernel running SetCPU min 250MHZ/ max 1.3 GHZ w/ondemand settings... have TempMonitor watch both Battery and on CPU temps and see CPU temp idle ~70F to Max 130F when running benchmarks... Seems WELL within chip temp specs... I run a pretty stock setup other than OC kernel, no ROM/Theme installs and use my Cell as primary work phone and secondary work email so pretty heavily... Battery usage hasn't really seemed to change noticebly.

    NOTE: you mileage Will vary.... I'd estimate half the folks trying overclocking have been stable over 950MHZ... much smaller percentage at 1.3GHZ so I was one of the lucky one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtbnet View Post
    On Tuesday I jumped from the Taz OC 1.1GHZ to 1.3GHZ kernel running SetCPU min 250MHZ/ max 1.3 GHZ w/ondemand settings... have TempMonitor watch both Battery and on CPU temps and see CPU temp idle ~70F to Max 130F when running benchmarks... Seems WELL within chip temp specs... I run a pretty stock setup other than OC kernel, no ROM/Theme installs and use my Cell as primary work phone and secondary work email so pretty heavily... Battery usage hasn't really seemed to change noticebly.

    NOTE: you mileage Will vary.... I'd estimate half the folks trying overclocking have been stable over 950MHZ... much smaller percentage at 1.3GHZ so I was one of the lucky one...

    Agreed 100% with what you're saying. I'm curently pushing the limits and testing stable @ 1.5 GHz for the last 48Hrs. Core temp is within Specs and Bugless Beast rom is running smooth as silk.

    Battery life has not drastically decreased as one would have expected, keeing the batt usage outlined to the daily routine of normal use and limiting the number of APN connections with another program to 3m connects every 15m unless screen is active. I have actually noticed a gain even with the OC.
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    How in the world are you running at 1.5GHz???

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    Quote Originally Posted by natediddy1120 View Post
    How in the world are you running at 1.5GHz???

    ooops! That's my mistake. 1.3GHz to be accurate.

    Wondr if we could push the 1.5 GHz though?

    What do you think? Possible?
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    1.3 wouldn't work on mine, but 1.1 is amazingly stable. I'm happy with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoKz View Post
    1.3 wouldn't work on mine, but 1.1 is amazingly stable. I'm happy with that.
    1.3 may be a little buggy for some. We have noticed that the number of apps and resource memory will effect the stability of 1.3 Ghz
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    Quote Originally Posted by victorythagr8 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by spillner View Post
    I used to have my phone OC to 900mhz, I saw no diiference in performance and actually caused some performance issues. Plus my phone ran real hot and the battery life decreased, ended up going back to stock where it was more stable.
    Did you used sholes rom because sholes rom has problem with other developers kernel or have set CPU set currectly.

    the newer OC kernels are far more stable than before and works alot better with Bugless Beast rom
    I used Droid Root Pro with setPCU if that helps.
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