Quick CyanogenMod Question

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    Hey all,
    I'm currently running sapphire and the default kernel and loving it. I was going to play around with cyanogen but I don't see what kind of kernel it's using and any built-in overclocking ability. In sapphire I go to the gem settings and can adjust my overclocking right there. Is there something similar in cyanogen or do I then have to rely on setcpu? Just curious if I should even give it a try, thanks.
     
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    Several months ago, I had Cyanogen. I used a kernel from 3P and Chevy. They both worked fine.

    In view of the time since I used Cyanogen, I suggest that you check the developers site to see what kernels he recommends.

    Mike
     
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    cyanogen does not have the build in clock speed settings, as far as i can tell, so you would need setcpu. also, the slayher kernels are popular right now for CM6.
     
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    Any Froyo kernel should work for Cyanogen. I have ran Slayher, Chevy, and P3Droid's kernels with Cyan 6. But CVPCS, JDLFG, and any other froyo kernel should work with Cyan.
     
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