I been flashing Franco's kernels since 12.x and loving them. And I been tweaking voltages for optimum performance/efficiency each time as well. Franco just release 16.2, so I flashed it via his updater app. I noticed right off the bat that the voltages he chose for this kernel are absurd. They are ridiculously high for all slots. Also, they are not in increments of 25 as in previous kernels (not that this might necessarily matter, just pointing it out). I gave it a benchmark (Antutu) just to see how it'd do with those V (using francoGazelle), and sure enough, it dropped 2000 points to ~5000. So I started tweaking them, dropping them around to where I had them on previous kernels. I got 1350 to 1175mV without reboot. I moved to 1200 and got it to 1175 as well, but the benchmark suffered greatly, so I tried going up. I tried 1225...set a new benchmark record of 7065 COOL! So I tried 1250 and it froze in the middle of the benchmark test. I ended up pulling the battery so it didn't cook it self to death. Then it boot looped for a while ("set on boot" was NOT set in setCPU/Franco kernel/AOKP ROM...i don't know why it boot looped). I kept pulling the battery and it kept boot looping. This kept happening for a good 30 minutes till it finally booted. But not it started re-activating like I just wiped. My apps are still there, but many of them wont open. Its running very VERY sluggishly and I'm getting tons of errors and FCs. Widgets are messed up and most defaults are erased. What happened!? Is it screwed up? The voltages Franco had the kernel set at were higher than 1250...all the slots were around 1300+ mV!!! Why did it take a dump at only 1250?