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    Default Glitch Kernel Voltage Setteing

    Just curious is anyone else here is using the Glitch kernel and what voltage settings they are using and happy with.

    I am currently on Medium Leakage kernel, have it OC to 1.5 Ghz, but have not UV'd at all..... yet!

    Anyone willing to share... for the good of the community!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JOrtenzi View Post
    Just curious is anyone else here is using the Glitch kernel and what voltage settings they are using and happy with.

    I am currently on Medium Leakage kernel, have it OC to 1.5 Ghz, but have not UV'd at all..... yet!

    Anyone willing to share... for the good of the community!
    I.ve been playing with the HL for a couple days....fantastic kernel. 1.6 ghz. Uv -25 1400 to 1200. Left 1000 alone and running -50 800 to 100. It got real laggy when I tried uv higher than the 1400.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmac9 View Post
    I.ve been playing with the HL for a couple days....fantastic kernel. 1.6 ghz. Uv -25 1400 to 1200. Left 1000 alone and running -50 800 to 100. It got real laggy when I tried uv higher than the 1400.
    Did you leave 1600 and 1500 as is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOrtenzi View Post
    Did you leave 1600 and 1500 as is?

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    Yeah so far. Did you try the HL first or.go straight to ML?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmac9 View Post
    Yeah so far. Did you try the HL first or.go straight to ML?
    Started at ML... from what I read, most people were having success with that kernel

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    Dumb question perhaps - never tried OC'ing or UV'ing - running Glitch ML atm - what tools do you use to OC/UV and is there a thread describing recommended procedures for trying out new settings? Thanks.

    * never mind I'm reading the Glitch thread now - wish you could see posts in a threaded view to skip to replies and follow one conversation weaving in and out of the others ...

    Still any tips for a n00b to OC/UV are welcome. That's why I liked the PBJ kernels because it was baked in - time to get my hands really dirty ...

    ** Do you use Voltage Control or Pimp my CPU ... SetCPU? Going to try Voltage Control.

    *** Using Voltage Control I'm now trying 1.4 with -50 on all steps just to see what happens. So far so good.
    I'm a little lost with the I/O Scheduler choices. I have it left on deadline - what are the other choices and which is best?
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    Quote Originally Posted by icu View Post
    Dumb question perhaps - never tried OC'ing or UV'ing - running Glitch ML atm - what tools do you use to OC/UV and is there a thread describing recommended procedures for trying out new settings? Thanks.

    * never mind I'm reading the Glitch thread now - wish you could see posts in a threaded view to skip to replies and follow one conversation weaving in and out of the others ...

    Still any tips for a n00b to OC/UV are welcome. That's why I liked the PBJ kernels because it was baked in - time to get my hands really dirty ...

    ** Do you use Voltage Control or Pimp my CPU ... SetCPU? Going to try Voltage Control.

    *** Using Voltage Control I'm now trying 1.4 with -50 on all steps just to see what happens. So far so good.
    I'm a little lost with the I/O Scheduler choices. I have it left on deadline - what are the other choices and which is best?
    Biggest tip to give is not to set anything as a boot setting until you've run it for a day or so. Those settings look good. -50 is about as low as you want to start with when you are starting out.....each phone will react differently to the same settings so take it slow while you test the waters.
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    What is the difference between high, low, and Mid Leakage. I read the OP but I'm still a little unclear. Can someone explain a little more thoroughly? Thanks in advance
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jgonzo1299 View Post
    What is the difference between high, low, and Mid Leakage. I read the OP but I'm still a little unclear. Can someone explain a little more thoroughly? Thanks in advance
    The way i understand it (and I'm no where near an expert....and am probably wrong but) is that the different voltage leaks will help the different chips process. The better chips need less voltage to run and thus will work better running the LL. I ran the HL for a week....tough on battery but the phone flew. Switched to the ML today to see if I can get same results with better battery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by icu View Post
    Dumb question perhaps - never tried OC'ing or UV'ing - running Glitch ML atm - what tools do you use to OC/UV and is there a thread describing recommended procedures for trying out new settings? Thanks.

    * never mind I'm reading the Glitch thread now - wish you could see posts in a threaded view to skip to replies and follow one conversation weaving in and out of the others ...

    Still any tips for a n00b to OC/UV are welcome. That's why I liked the PBJ kernels because it was baked in - time to get my hands really dirty ...

    ** Do you use Voltage Control or Pimp my CPU ... SetCPU? Going to try Voltage Control.

    *** Using Voltage Control I'm now trying 1.4 with -50 on all steps just to see what happens. So far so good.
    I'm a little lost with the I/O Scheduler choices. I have it left on deadline - what are the other choices and which is best?
    CFQ seems the most reliable to me. Deadline,SIO, and NOOP, are "primitive" in nature and treat all data throughput almost the same. The truth is, not everything you run on your phone should have the same importance. CFQ is the equivalent of WinXP throughput directing, while BFQ is the newest but is not always as reliable during over clocking. With that said, u are lucky if you can run CFQ as most people need to run SIO or deadline to achieve a decent OC/UV.

    PS. As far as CPU gov, conservative is solid for OCing and provided a little battery saving, I prefer On Demand, as it throttles up the CPU speed "on demand" much quicker and makes my phone FLY!
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    What do you use to alter the voltage settings? Voltage Control, just like in UKB, correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jgonzo1299 View Post
    What do you use to alter the voltage settings? Voltage Control, just like in UKB, correct?
    Yes

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    Have you guys tampered with the Cyanogen Mod Settings? there's a sub menu called performance and it lets you pick the governor and the clock limits. Is this worth messing with at all? or should i just work with voltage control.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jgonzo1299 View Post
    Have you guys tampered with the Cyanogen Mod Settings? there's a sub menu called performance and it lets you pick the governor and the clock limits. Is this worth messing with at all? or should i just work with voltage control.
    that's really for the stock kernel packaged with CM7.... not the Glitch kernel

    While you can choose your governor with the Glitch kernel, the is a built in script that will always revert it back to the ondemand governor (which I am assuming the developer thinks is most stable for it)

    I would personally just leave those setting alone and stick with using voltage control
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    I am taking the plunge and going straight for the LL Kernel. Gonna give that a shot and work backwards. I hope to get better battery life and better performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sushiguy732 View Post
    I am taking the plunge and going straight for the LL Kernel. Gonna give that a shot and work backwards. I hope to get better battery life and better performance.
    good luck! how did it go?
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    good luck! how did it go?
    Probably not good, lol a lot of people have been neglecting to read all the notes. Unlike CWM u need to install kernels via Power Button > Reboot > Reboot to recovery option OR using ADB recovery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JOrtenzi View Post
    good luck! how did it go?
    The install went real well and I have been using it with no voltage control changes and it has been rock solid.

    I *just* changed my voltage settings to 100mhz min / 1200mhz max and set everything to -50. I am not looking to make this the fastest phone out there, I just want to see if I get any performance gain and better battery life.

    I put the I/O Scheduler to cfq and the CPU Governor to ondemand. Any thoughts as to these choices?
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    I just ran the Quadrant Benchmark and got a 1961. It was 1700+ before Glitch LL.
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    I am wondering if someone can answer this.....

    I think the best Kernel to use is the LL one. Is this correct? What I mean by "best" is the one that will give the best battery performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sushiguy732 View Post
    I am wondering if someone can answer this.....

    I think the best Kernel to use is the LL one. Is this correct? What I mean by "best" is the one that will give the best battery performance.

    From my limiterd knowledge, the High, Medium and Low are provided to match up with whatever chip was manufactured for your specific phone. Most were produced using a High Leakage chip so you would get better results using the HL.

    So, just like most kernal settings, we have to mix and match to see what works best for us. I started with the HL and moved to the ML and have been getting better results. Hope that helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmac9 View Post
    From my limiterd knowledge, the High, Medium and Low are provided to match up with whatever chip was manufactured for your specific phone. Most were produced using a High Leakage chip so you would get better results using the HL.

    So, just like most kernal settings, we have to mix and match to see what works best for us. I started with the HL and moved to the ML and have been getting better results. Hope that helps.
    I'll test them all then... thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sushiguy732 View Post
    I am wondering if someone can answer this.....

    I think the best Kernel to use is the LL one. Is this correct? What I mean by "best" is the one that will give the best battery performance.
    From what I understand, the LL kernel is the best one "if it works with your phone." If it doesn't work, then you'd have to try the ML one. If that still doesn't work, you're stuck with the HL one. Personally, I've been lucky and the LL kernel is working great for me. I think I got really lucky with this phone, as it has been very stable throughout several experiments with different roms/kernels, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparesr4sissies View Post
    From what I understand, the LL kernel is the best one "if it works with your phone." If it doesn't work, then you'd have to try the ML one. If that still doesn't work, you're stuck with the HL one. Personally, I've been lucky and the LL kernel is working great for me. I think I got really lucky with this phone, as it has been very stable throughout several experiments with different roms/kernels, etc.
    that's what I thought as well and was using the LL kernel. No issues at all with it. I UVed it to -75 on everything I had active (1250 - 100) and it flew like a champ and never once crashed. still I could only get about 12 hours out of the battery but then again I didn't give it a chance to settle down the few days it might need as I keep flashing the CM7 nightlies in hopes of them fixing the phone call issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sushiguy732 View Post
    but then again I didn't give it a chance to settle down the few days it might need as I keep flashing the CM7 nightlies in hopes of them fixing the phone call issue.
    That is the downside to all these great developments lately isn't it?!?!? The weekly MIUI updates allow just enough time for my phone to settle in and then wham....another flash.

    I imagine the nightlies are killing you worse, but its like Crack.....we can't stop!
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