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On Demand vs Conservative

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by droidemere, Dec 2, 2010.

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    I'm not sure which one of these is the best option to select on the scaling governor. Also, I'm running Chevy's 1.1 ulv.... Any suggestions on what should my min-max be set to? I'm trying to find the best settings for my phone..and I know every phone might react differently but I figure different opinons might help..

    What settings do you guys find work best? On Demand? Conservative?
    It worries me when my batter temperature goes above 120 degrees. LoL


    Thanks in advance
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    Anyone?

    Also, does having SetCPU installed conflict with the built-in overlocking in a rom?
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    On demand with a 600 450 screen off profile set at boot for me

    Sent from my etcha-sketch
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    SetCPU for Root Users: CPU Scaling Governors

    Using ChevyNo1's LV1000 kernel, my profiles are like this (sorted by priority):
    set on boot, 1000/250, performance
    temp>55C (battery), 400/250, performance
    cpu temp>55C, 550/250, performance
    screen off, 550/250, interactive
    temp>50C (battery), 550/250, performance
    charging usb/full,550/250, interactive
    charging ac/full,550/250, performance
    battery<20%, 550/250, performance

    I have not mastered the meaning of it all and optimal settings, but I'm very satisfied with my battery life.

    I've seen in changelogs that the rom's o/c is overruled by setcpu.
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    I set my droid to its max and min setcpu values. (800-125) and just set it to ondemand. It let's my phone run at its highest speed when I need it to but when I'm not using much it kicks the processor down to nothing, works great for battery saving when you want it to pick it up and perform fast when you need it. I have tried all the different scaling methods and ondemand works the best for me
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