[Kernels] 3/3/11 - Faster GB/Froyo Kernels!

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  1. ChevyNo1

    ChevyNo1 Premium Member Premium Member Developer

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    . :)
     
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    Glad to hear it!
     
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    Cool :)
     
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    10 hours since flashing. Zero problems and my average CPU temperature is between 27-37C.

    Sooo. Sweet.

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    So the low end is 125 now across the board?
    Edit* NM downloaded & found out.
     
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    I do use setcpu but the thing is that from 125 to the next slot is a big gap which may lead to lag on the low end of things and too much drain on the other end. Ya see what I'm saying, that big of a gap may need a median..
    But maybe its just me because there nothing wrong with the kernel 125 is just to low
     
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    Don't worry about locking the min at 250 or any other frequency for that matter. If you're not doing anything they're just empty cycles.

    Edit* just loaded up ulv800 & it's icy cool :). Wifi, compcache, etc are smooth so far on PE. I'll try it on CM7 tonight hopefully. Thanks Chevy!
     
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    Chevy everything's gravy but man my load averages are low! Which is a good thing it's just I'm wondering if they're even correct because they're so low.[​IMG]
     
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    The one thing that I have always loved about your kernels, that no one else seems to notice or care, is that all your kernels are the only ones that include all "data collection, battery data collection, debugging stats" honestly Im not sure the technical name, but your kernels seem to be the only ones that provide & list all of the "time in state" "cpu" info speeds. I know its not a "required" item but its nice to be able to have that info to really help to understand what & how your phones running even when its asleep.
     
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    I also agree, the ability to monitor is very important...

    But the consistent stability of Chevy's kernels have been what's kept me coming for them (and donating when I can). I've never seen that level of stability with anyone else's kernels.

     
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    Do these kernels show a clock speed in System app?

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    Im not exactly sure which u are referring to but, I use android system info, as well I have System Panel installed & in Setcpu "info" tab....all of them display the real time clock speed as well as in "android system info" app it logs & shows "time in state" history, which setcpu provides as well.....Im not knocking on other devs kernels, but I have found that Chevys are the only kernels that every kernel provides that info, I have found that most other devs kernels only thier 800mhz seems to provide that info if at all....(i think cvpcs kernels provide all that info to but they are not very stable on my d1)
     
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    Will these kernels work in other roms. I have LGB 1.3 and the stock kernel is acting funny.

    Sorry if this is a dumb question.
     
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    Yes, my kernels should work on ANY rom ... let me know if you find otherwise!
     
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