[KERNEL] Kernel (deprimed_test) - Break It If You Can

Discussion in 'Droid Kernels' started by prime, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. BrUhNiGGs

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    So could it just be the rom that has an issue with it?

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    I'm using it on PE right now, it has never worked on DC I've tried it and had the same problem you ran into
     
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    I'm looking forward to a fresh update when you do get some time for it, Prime. Thanks in advance!

    - onDroid
     
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    Oh, alright thanks. But I think Ill just stick with ChevyNo1 for a while with BB. Runs great and Android OS usage is low. I would usually get above 20% with deprimed.
     
  5. prime

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    I always advise use what works best for your needs, be it my kernel or another developers.

    I have had good luck with Chevy's stuff, though his vsel values are set fairly high even on his ULV kernels...heat up quicker but still works good.
     
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    any idea what they are? i always used to run his ulv 1250 kernels with no issue so im curious as to what their vsels were
     
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    I thiiiink if you have set cpu you can check the voltages but I haven't used it in so long I don't remember for sure.

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  8. prime

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    I believe in this thread or the primed thread I posted the values, its been awhile back so I don't remember.

    I compiled the overclock module with his vermagic string to view the used vsel values, SetCPU won't help you view them.
     
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    mustve been in the primed thread which seems to have disappeared? oh well i only have like 4-5 days left with my og so im going to experiment and try to go as fast as i possibly can (tested at like 1.285 or 1.29 GHz before lol) and according to the only old chart i found the vsels listed for 1.25 GHz were all well above 80 vsels (from 88 to 85) so if superfast speeds are too unstable or the vsels are too ridiculously high (88?) then i'll just stick to 84 @ 1.25 GHz...if my phone fries then it'll be a perfect reason to upgrade asap...
    btw if i can get up to 1.29 GHz or even 1.285 GHz then i'll be happy to post benchmark scores for the curious ;)

    its sad i cant run 1.3 GHz now, i used to run at 1.32 GHz way back on sapphire (kernel was based off p3droids i believe which ran 1.25 GHz at 88 vsels so maybe thats one reason my cpu doesnt run that high anymore?)
     
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    Interesting, I found a bug or 2 on the cpu by messing with custom speeds... apparently certain speed slots don't read correctly... For example I'm running at 1.265 ghz but the info in setcpu says its 1.2495 ghz or something like that... Also there is a major one with running 1.3 ghz, it somehow reads 2.6 ghz but is super slow and freezes but even changing it to 1.301 works just fine (I doubt anyone really wants to run that constantly though lol)
    At any rate I'm loving my linpack scores of 20+ right now :p
     
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    1.301Ghz on a 600Mhz CPU....priceless

    What's the CPU temperature after heavy use? 165° F or more?
     
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    surprisingly it was only about 130-135 at the highest, definitely not stable though, only went 15 minutes before a reboot, 1.275 seems stable enough though
    btw what are good load averages?
     
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