CM 6.1Final Kernels?

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  1. Glueeater

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    I am not seeing any huge reason to not use stock kernel :shrug:
     
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    LV kernels will use less battery at the same speed if your phone can run them, and if you use one like P3Droid you can still have compcache if you so desire. ULV from Chevy should use even LESS juice.
     
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    I would like to know what cpu temps you guys are getting while your using the phone? I am at 120 -130 ave.with gps turned off running Chevy#1 LV 1.1
    I'm not a expert, but I think that is kinda high. I have tried several other kernels with pretty much the same results.
    slayher 1.1lv v1.6
    p3droid 1000 standard voltage
    LFY 1000 slv
    chevy#1 1.2 med v This one was hot 130-140+

    I am not sure what temps are safe to run at. Haven't a problem with the battery temp.
     
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    Average? What are your SetCPU profiles? What governor are you running? Are you tethering? WiFi or 3g?

    As much information as you can provide (including air temperatures where you are using the Droid) that might be pertinent would be useful.
     
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    Not really doing anything strenuous. Using the web browser, maybe a down load, playing a video.
    I can open the web browser and be at 120* in less than 1 min and at 130* in 3 min at 140* in 5 min.
    When I reboot the phone the temp is over 140* 5 out of 10 times.
    That is using wifi. gps disabled. Not tethered, and at 73*-74* room temp.
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    Your full profile is to blame for part of it. Performance locks it in at 1100MHz.
     
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    Web browsing heats the phone up like nobody's business, same with playing a video.
     
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    What temperatures are acceptable and will not hurt the phone?

    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
     
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    The CPU will take 154 in short bursts, the motherboard is much happier with sustained temperatures below 120, but will take higher in short bursts. Try not to go over 140 for any length of time.

    Look up thermal runaway on lithium-based rechargeable batteries for a good time. ;)
     
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    I am having trouble getting setcpu to recognize the kernel, I tried P3droid and chevy, both at the 1.0 Ghz but setcpu says I can only go up to 528Mhz which I believe is stock.
     
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    Open SetCPU. Hit the menu button. Click the button with the little house on it, says Device Selection. Now press Autodetect Speeds Recommended. Should be fine.

    Stock is 600MHz under FroYo.
     
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    O thank you so much... Idk why I couldnt figure that out.
     
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