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Old April 28th, 2012, 06:40 AM   #54 (permalink)
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Default Kernel Now OCed to 1.3GHz! See First Post

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Originally Posted by lMonsterl View Post
Sounds good, I can take a look
Monster, I've stopped working on the overclock module; will have to wait until they get a working version for the LG Optimus Black (P970).

In the meantime, some other GOOD NEWS: I made some more tweaks to the kernel and got 1.3GHz overclocking to work I haven't fully tested it yet but it seems to be working fine. Please see first post, the version is v1.2.

Here are the new operating frequencies for the 1.3GHz:

  • 300MHz
  • 600MHz
  • 1000MHz
  • 1300MHz

Quote:
# cat /proc/overclock/freq_table
freq_table[0] index=0 frequency=300000
freq_table[1] index=1 frequency=600000
freq_table[2] index=2 frequency=1000000
freq_table[3] index=3 frequency=1300000

# cat /proc/overclock/mpu_opps

mpu_opps[3] rate=1300000000 opp_id=3 vsel=68 u_volt=1450000
mpu_opps[2] rate=1000000000 opp_id=2 vsel=60 u_volt=1350000
mpu_opps[1] rate=600000000 opp_id=1 vsel=45 u_volt=1162500
mpu_opps[0] rate=300000000 opp_id=0 vsel=32 u_volt=1000000
So for those who don't want to waste battery, just use SetCpu to set it the max to 1000MHz and if you need the OC, set it to 1300MHz.

Enjoy!

Next on my list: I will try to dissect the kernel and see where the GPU frequencies are; my goal is to get it running at the highest frequency all the time (this is the USB to PC trick).

Also, I would like to try to undervolt the device while still maintaining the higher frequency to possibly increase battery performance.

Anyone interested in a 1.5GHz overclock??? I dont' want to burn up my phone
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