Post a screenshot of your Qadrant Standard results

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  1. HarleyDad09

    HarleyDad09 Member

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    I am running UD 8.0 with Chevys 1.25 ULV scaled back to 1ghz

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    Not bad compared to stock! Anyone have any tweaks so I can get it higher??

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    I find quadrant results to be misleading. I can boost my kernels and get it higher but really don't notice it running any faster. I have got up to 1700's depending on what rom and kernel I run.
     
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    What is a legit test to base performance on?
     
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    1/4 mile, 0-100-0.
     
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    nah 0-100-0, 5-60 street start, slalom, and skidpad. Have to make sure it performs in all situations.
     
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    nah, just give it to the STIG :)

    in all seriousness, i dont think there is a great way to monitor performance on a phone. just do what feels right. i have UD8 and chevys 1.25 ULV kernel and it runs great...do i notice a difference with it between 800mhz and 1.25ghz....no, not really, but the quadrant scores are about 400 apart.