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  1. recDNA's Avatar
    Any Noticeable Difference Overclocking to 1.4 ghz along with undervolting?

    Could you give an example (if any)?

    Thanks
    10-27-2011 08:36 PM
  2. jd07bos's Avatar
    I would only go 1.2 ghz so its stable and not a battery drain

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    10-27-2011 09:01 PM
  3. orgelbau's Avatar
    My TB transitions smoother and is generally snappier. Battery life doesn't seem to be affected much, meaning it does not appear to suffer from the overclocking. I have had no issues except some force closing when I first open Google search, but this may not be caused by the overclock/undervolt. Currently running BAMF Forever 1.07.
    10-27-2011 09:06 PM
  4. recDNA's Avatar
    But would I even notice a difference? If so what?
    10-27-2011 09:06 PM
  5. dragonsamus's Avatar
    When I had cm7 I would over clock to 1.4. I did not notice any difference using the phone. It did not seem faster. So I've gone back to 1.0.
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    10-27-2011 10:52 PM
  6. spartanguy81's Avatar
    Would you notice? Maybe, just depends how close you pay attention. I just went back down to 1ghz to see if I could squeeze out a bit more battery. I'm not doing physics on my phone or anything, so it's not generally noticeable.
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    10-27-2011 11:00 PM
  7. orgelbau's Avatar
    I have noticed a difference. Everything seems faster and more fluid. I'm using the IMO 4.14 kernel and used the built-in script to overclock to 1.4Ghz and undervolt. Try it, I don't think you will be disappointed.
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    10-27-2011 11:57 PM
  8. dragonsamus's Avatar
    Would you notice? Maybe, just depends how close you pay attention. I just went back down to 1ghz to see if I could squeeze out a bit more battery. I'm not doing physics on my phone or anything, so it's not generally noticeable.
    Yeah, since I didn't notice a difference I went back to 1.0 hoping it would help with battery life.
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    10-28-2011 03:22 AM
  9. recDNA's Avatar
    Is there a way to save the stock kernel so I can revert if I don't like the imo kernel I try?
    Can I use his lean kernel while stock rooted?
    I'm hoping it helps with my keyboard lag.
    10-28-2011 11:00 AM
  10. Tmiv44's Avatar
    Is there a way to save the stock kernel so I can revert if I don't like the imo kernel I try?
    Can I use his lean kernel while stock rooted?
    I'm hoping it helps with my keyboard lag.
    +1 on this question. or is there a place to download just the stock kernel, or the BAMF Forever kernel?

    -Tm
    10-30-2011 05:41 PM
  11. spartanguy81's Avatar
    IMO used to have the stock kernel listed on his threads, but apparently he has removed them. Version 5.0 is based on the stock kernel (the source code having recently been released). Adr also has a new kernel based on the source code. Forever already uses the stock kernel. I'm sure you could find the stock kernel with a bit of looking, but flashing (or re flashing)a forever ROM will give you the stock kernel.
    10-30-2011 06:13 PM
  12. recDNA's Avatar
    I hope someone posts it.
    10-30-2011 06:21 PM
  13. jackmei2's Avatar
    if no one posts the stock kernel, you could flash the rom again without clearing data (you should probably clear the caches tho) and it will put you back on the stock kernel.
    10-31-2011 01:06 PM
  14. recDNA's Avatar
    I know that but it requires a wipe. I don't think we'd need to wipe data to flash a new kernel by itself?
    10-31-2011 01:56 PM
  15. jackmei2's Avatar
    you don't need to wipe data, just the caches. you won't lose anything by doing so.
    10-31-2011 02:32 PM
  16. Mortiel's Avatar
    Simply enough, just make a nand backup from CWR. That also backs up the current kernel version.
    10-31-2011 03:12 PM
  17. recDNA's Avatar
    I only want the kernel, not the whole rom. It takes forever to restore a nandroid of an entire rom or even to flash a new rom (and sometimes you do have to wipe data to change roms depending onnwhich rom you're coming from and which rom you're going to).
    11-01-2011 08:03 AM
  18. jackmei2's Avatar
    right, but you can flash bamf (since it doesn't wipe on the install) again without losing any of your data. you wouldn't need to wipe since you aren't changing ROM's. it's a whole lot faster than restoring a nandroid backup.
    11-01-2011 10:38 AM
  19. recDNA's Avatar
    I understand. I'm still surprised stock kernel isn't out there - especially since htc has released it.
    11-01-2011 10:45 AM
  20. paintdrinkingpete's Avatar
    Hmmm...It used to up on imoseyon's page for the GB Sense kernel, but I don't see it anymore.

    I recommend making a Nandroid backup regardless, and you can always use that to go back to stock if you don't like a particular kernel.

    EDIT: I'm a moron who didn't see the whole second page of this thread...sorry for the repeated info!

    To the OP: I generally find that the transitions and such are faster/smoother with the CPU OC'd to 1.2 or 1.4. Most custom kernels will also undervolt a bit, to prevent the faster CPU speeds from causing increased battery drain.
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    11-01-2011 11:29 AM
  21. recDNA's Avatar
    I don't know if imo's new lean kernel based on the recently released htc kernel allows use of terminal to set overclocking?
    11-01-2011 12:05 PM
  22. MhzMonster's Avatar
    I don't know if imo's new lean kernel based on the recently released htc kernel allows use of terminal to set overclocking?
    Yes, it works. I just did it last night using Terminal.
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    11-01-2011 12:25 PM
  23. recDNA's Avatar
    How do you like it so far?
    11-01-2011 12:28 PM
  24. MhzMonster's Avatar
    I'm diggin' it so far. It definitely has better performance, things open faster and are smoother. I'm calibrating the battery now so I'm hoping for noticeable results in battery life. I'm running it on extreme (extremely undervolted, overclocked to 1.41Ghz) and using smartassV2 governor. So far I'm at 80% after 5hrs 22mins (1st battery cycle still) normal usage at home using WiFi (bad cell signal at home).
    11-01-2011 02:36 PM
  25. recDNA's Avatar
    I'd liie to try it but I thought I'd wait for the next version. Version 2 of anything is usually better.
    11-01-2011 03:10 PM
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