SetCPU Profiles

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  1. awsolot

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    I was interested in what profile setups u guys are running.
     
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    Mine are:
    1.2GHzmax 250Mhz min-OnDemand
    Profiles:
    Charging
    250max 250min-Powersave
    Sleep/Standby
    250min 250max-Powersave
    Battery Profiles:
    <50%
    550max 250min-OnDemand
    <30%
    550max 250min-Powersave
    <20%
    550max 250min-Powersave
    Failsafe Profile:
    Battery>37.1C
    550max 250min-OnDemand
     
  3. awsolot

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    How's ur battery life with that?
     
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    Pretty decent with normal usage, lasts all day, as long as I'm not flashing roms constantly.

    Edit: Sometimes I back it down to 800max if what I'm doing doesn't need all the horses unleashed.
     
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    Current Phone Model:
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    This set up runs excellent for me. Great temps, battery, speed.

    Min 250Mhz - Max 1000Mhz with ondemand (Advanced: 62500, 80, 0, 0)
    Charge: Min 250 -Max 600
    Sleep/Standby: Min 250 - Max 250
    power < 41% Min 250-Max 600
    Power: <31% Min 250 - Max 250
    Failsafe: >46.4c (114F) Min 250 - Max 500
     
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    hmm. this looks reasonable. I'll try ur settings after the first guy's to see which one runs better for me. But I like where ur failsafe is set.
     
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    I just realized he added the multiple battery profiles, which was my suggestion :D
     
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    When I'm charging, I keep her at 1Ghz and Performance profile. :D
     
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    Do u use "OnDemand" all across the board?
     
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    I'm wondering how you got about using those settings under the Advanced option on the setCPU home page??? You're using 62,500 yet mine is set at 250,000 for the sampling rate and for the last one, powersave bias I believe it is, yours is 0 and mine is -1. Any explanation you could give me as to what those do?? I'd appreciate it, thanks.
     
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    a sampling rate usually refers to how often the program checks the cpu speed and load to see if it needs to bump it up or slow it down. i'm guessing the higher the number, the faster it checks, the quicker your phone speeds up/slows down, but you probably waste a little battery/cpu power by checking so often.

    on the other hand, lower the number, check less often, but now your phone will ramp up/down slower, but you might save a bit of battery and some cpu cycles by not checking as frequently.

    no clue about powersave bias.
     
  12. Ataranine

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    You know, I just use the Standby profile.. I set it to 250Min 250Max, powersave.
    And when I'm using the phone I keep it at 800, Performance.

    I've been getting KILLER battery life.
     
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