Battery

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  1. musclemilk

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    Have you guys found better life on low ..medium or ultra low voltage?

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  2. RoyR80

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    Ugh, the same, age-old question....

    No one but you/your phone can answer this adequately. It seams many phones differ, and only by trial and error will you truly know.
     
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    Well its been tough these random roms are eating my battery lol.

    The medium voltage 1ghz gives best performance.

    The low 1ghz one is a bit sluggish.

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  4. yakitori

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    I use p3 250-1000 lv Oc to 1000mhz. No lag..cool temps..great performance...quick boot time. I tried all and it seems best for my phone. Each phone is different so try many.

    Also for battery life ..calibrate your CPU batt stats.

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  5. Larry_ThaGr81

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    This just verifies what RoyR80 says about it depending on the phone. P3 kernels of any sort make my phone run extremely hot at idle, yet they work well for yakitori. It's been almost a year since I've tried anything other that Chevy's kernels, they manage to keep my phone the coolest.

    It's funny that I ran across this thread, because I just came to the realization prior to seeing this thread that I need to stop denying the fact that my phone not only has a better battery life, but performs better on Chevy's Medium voltage kernels vs the low voltage kernels.
     
  6. RoyR80

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    Larry, Thx.

    @Musclemilk. Sorry, hope I didn't come off as rude. :-/