Help with deprimed kernel

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    Well I managed to change my clock rates in the terminal and they're stable. The clock rates (MHz) and vsel values I used were:

    250 28
    400 32
    500 38
    550 40
    750 48
    850 56
    1000 60

    However, when I run primed and edit the 20overclock file I bootloop. Any help there?

    Second question: What is the bumblebee setting in SetCPU?
     
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    Well first, you shoudl ask this in the thread for the kernel. But I'll answer it anyways.

    I'd make sure you have the correct numbers in the 20overclock script, maybe when you changed the vsels and speeds you deleted a 0 so its a way slow speed or way underclocked.

    Also bumblebee is a govenor of primes that is similar to interactive/smartmod. I prefer on-demand
     
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    Thanks. Found out that it was being over 900 MHz that caused me to bootloop. Working fine with anything up to 900.
     
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