Odd experience with the ultra low voltage kernels

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    So I first tried the 1ghz kernel and it would have random reboots but then just for the hell of it I tried the 1.25 ghz kernel and its been working perfectly! I just don't get why the higher kernel would work but not the lower one. Does anybody have an explanation?
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    Were you running the same clock speed in both kernels? If so .. that would be weird
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    Yea, that's really odd. Usually the random reboots and fc's are due to your processor not being able to handle the higher clock speed and producing unexpected errors for the os. I can't imagine why the higher speed would actually run more stable, but hey, I wouldn't complain.

    That's worth a :icon_ banana:
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    I was stuck running 600Mhz for a while, everything else would constant restart. Once 2.2 came out I been running 1.25Ghz with no problem. Both were builds from Pete. Must be something more than just clock speed and processor's ability to handle it involved I figure.
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    Same as this fine sir.