Did I o/c correctly?

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    So I downloaded bekit's 7 slot, 1Gz, "low voltage" kernel.

    I used SetCPU to make my "Max" - 1000MHz, and "Min" - 600MHz. I also set CPU Governor to "performance".

    Now, would these settings be a reasonable setup? Also, how do I know that the "low voltage" kernel is working correctly, and I don't kneed "medium", or "increased voltage"? Would I have to manually notice a speed increase to know that it's working, or would the fact that SetCPU says it's running at 1000MHz be enough proof that the kernel is indeed working?

    Sorry, if the above is confusing, I don't have much experience with kernels.

    EDIT: Also, can someone please explain what "Min" is used for exactly? Like when would the processor actually start running at the speed I have set for this option?
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    Ya it's good. Drop you Max and min to the lowest than swipe through your homescreens, Then set your max and min to the highest and do the same, it's quicker... The low voltage runs cooler. You would need temp monitor to see the temps...
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    Thanks. Would you be able to answer the question I just added above?
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    When your phone is sleeping it would use the min, It shouldn't be set lower than 600 IMO or the Droid will take a little longer to wake up when a call is received.
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    Oh, thanks. Just one more thing. Do you know what the difference between "conservative", and "powersave" is?
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    Not really but i think Powersave would be more of a powersaver than conservative...
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    Alright; thanks for all your help!
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    No problem, Make sure to check Set on boot...
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