How to Improve Speed/Quadrant Scores?

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    I use a droid 2 on which I have flashed CM7 and I average around 2,500 on the Quadrant Standard App.

    I just rooted and installed Cyanogenmod on my GFs original Droid and ran Quadrant Standard and am only able to get around 800 on it.

    Although better than stock, 800 is not what I was expecting. Any suggestions to help speed this guy up a little?
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    Throw Pete's 1.2ghz kernel on it, worked wonders on my D1

    Sent from my cyanoblurred D2G
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    i use deprimed 20 kernel 900MGz bumblebee govener, advanced task kill on aggressive mode, and auto memery manager on aggressive. i scored a 1316 and have amazing battery life. i am acctually teathering right now while playing angry birds rio with almost no lag
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    Task managers and memory managers on autokill do more bad than good for your phone. You're better off simply uninstalling one of them, then disabling the autokill and ending tasks manually; through the app is fine. Automatic=bad(it drains more battery than manual), manual=ok.
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    Unfortunately I just couldn't get CM to run right on the Droid, finally gave up and installed the latest offering from ChevyNo1. It was fast and smooth out of the gate but quickly became buggy, laggy and hard on battery.
    Are there any offerings out there for the Droid that could be expected to run better than stock while still offering decent battery life?
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    Most of the time if a ROM is fast/smooth at first boot and becomes slow over time, it's due to user error. More than likely you are restoring apps from a backup, downloading apps/widgets that hog your cpu and take up too much memory or tweaking the rom beyond usability. Just a couple of my pennies....
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