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Discussion in 'Droid X Roms' started by lithiasales.js, Oct 20, 2010.

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    Right now I am curious as too if anyone has done any testing over the last 2 days of what the best ROM is for Overclocking? OTA , FLYX , RUBIX , ZAPX , APEX ? I want to get the best battery life and still maintain a great ROM to go along with it.

    Currently I am on APEX RC2 and it is OK I am overclocked to 1.3 GHZ

    If anyone has done any further testing Please Post Here.
    When I get a chance I will do some myself but working all the time.

    4000 / 30
    7000 / 35
    9000 / 45
    1300 / 65

    Theme, Incognito

    Also 1 more question regarding Corporate Sync on APEX RC2 ... Is there a problem with APEX RC2 Syncing too servers with this ROM because on OTA I had no problem Syncing. Is that because of blurless that is preventing me from Syncing Thanks

    Edit: Additional Question

    Question 3? Is it confirmed that the 1.38 GHZ overclock off ROM Manager works with every CPU ? 2nd Question. Does this install install-recovery.sh incase it does not work ? ... From What I know everyone that overclocks is on a X to X bases depending.
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    I am on Rubix 1.0 overclocked to 1.38 using the scaling from beesley on Rom Manager. Been using it all day with absolutely no problems.
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    Just download and install from rom manager? What about insmod commands, what is that?

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    su
    insmod /system/lib/modules/overclock.ko
    setscaling100.sh

    Just do that in terminal emulator after installing of ROM MANAGER
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    how does one overclock, i have the set cpu and rooted, is there something else i need?
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    I don't think that 1.38gHz thing works on all X's... I installed that then ran the insmod commands:

    su
    insmod /system/lib/modules/overclock.ko
    setscaling100.sh

    Afterwards, my phone entered what I believe was turtle mode. I thought it was locked up at first, but it did actually respond to some of my commands, albeit very slowly. I thought I was going to have to do a battery pull, but then I got to quickboot and just rebooted. It was fine after rebooting since I guess it doesn't save that information for overclocking on bootup (thank God!).

    Maybe I did something wrong?
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    Nope..mine does that too
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    I tried again after editing the setscaling100.sh file with these values:

    1.25 gHz

    300/27
    600/38
    900/44
    1250/59

    Result: turtle mode

    edit: Stable at

    1.15 gHz

    300/27
    600/38
    800/50
    1150/56

    Quadrant score before OC: 1397
    Quadrant score after OC: 1515

    Running RubiX Focused 1.0 with Sephtin's Blackbar Mod Tweaked

    I must add that I can actually notice some speed increase. It's not a giant difference, but it is noticeable. Without increasing the voltages the battery life should be equivalent with slightly faster performance.
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    Okay, so for us unlucky launch day X owners it appears we can't get past 1.15gHz stable. That is still a noticeable increase, however. Another thing we can do is undervolt all the settings except the max, which will give us a battery boost.

    I currently have these settings stable:

    1.15 gHz

    300/20
    600/31
    800/44
    1150/58

    More battery life and more speed. Best of both worlds but our quadrant scores won't quite get to 1600 this way. We don't really need 1600+ quadrant scores though, right? I have no performance complaints like this!
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