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Old September 30th, 2012, 02:47 PM   #101 (permalink)
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Okay! I've been using the 1.6, gonna try the 1.7! Hope my phone doesn't burn up in the atmosphere!!!!
You don't mean from temperature, you're talking from sheer performance
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Yes, from sheer performance! LMAO! Phone is absolutely flying. I was considering the Galaxy S2 but I'm beginning to change my mind.
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Yes, from sheer performance! LMAO! Phone is absolutely flying. I was considering the Galaxy S2 but I'm beginning to change my mind.
I hear you! I just flashed this over the kernel that I have in my ROM, and ZOMGWTFBBQPizza is it fast!! I thought it was fast before, but this? This is incredible. There's like no lag. None. ZERO lag within the silicon walls of my processor. This is one totally freakin' awesome piece of work
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This kernel is balls to wall insane. I haven't found any issues, and my phone definitely feels snappier! Thanks.
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I hear you! I just flashed this over the kernel that I have in my ROM, and ZOMGWTFBBQPizza is it fast!! I thought it was fast before, but this? This is incredible. There's like no lag. None. ZERO lag within the silicon walls of my processor. This is one totally freakin' awesome piece of work
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I can confirm this does not work with Shin Beta 3. I have tried to flash it every which way I know how to no avail. Any idea on what script in the init.d folder might be causing the issue?
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I can confirm this does not work with Shin Beta 3. I have tried to flash it every which way I know how to no avail. Any idea on what script in the init.d folder might be causing the issue?
I'm sure shin is looking into this. I would direct that to him
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I still would like to know some details on that swap system, though...
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I still would like to know some details on that swap system, though...

Oc uses normal swap...technically this does not add to your ram it just frees up ram by moving unused pages to swap till they're needed again...the non oc has ramzswap (compcache) which when scripted compresses unused pages to a ramdisk and can use swap backing
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Oc uses normal swap...technically this does not add to your ram it just frees up ram by moving unused pages to swap till they're needed again...the non oc has ramzswap (compcache) which when scripted compresses unused pages to a ramdisk and can use swap backing
I don't know if its a typo, but ramzswap compresses pages of memory to the physical ram. It is completely untested too. And to be honest I think there are other things missing that are needed
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I don't know if its a typo, but ramzswap compresses pages of memory to the physical ram. It is completely untested too. And to be honest I think there are other things missing that are needed
Not a typo...but perhaps I could've phrased it better lol. The primary difference between ramzswap and the newer version zram is that ramzswap has the ability to push its compressed pages to a swapfile/partition.
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Old September 30th, 2012, 10:11 PM   #114 (permalink)
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Old October 1st, 2012, 12:21 AM   #115 (permalink)
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Interesting ... but i like it better when a oc is set at max by default.
If i wasn't to slow it down then I'll use an app.

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Updated because it will be a little more compatible going in at stock speeds rather than full bore
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I understand. I'm a minimalist tho and having to have a cpu app is an extra.
I'm trying out the new ones tho.

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Old October 1st, 2012, 12:29 AM   #118 (permalink)
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With the script you could set the it to a certain freq for boot. But don't guess. Make sure you have it correct
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Any suggestions my man?
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so im loving this.

Ondemand and noop @ 1.7ghz


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Old October 1st, 2012, 08:06 AM   #121 (permalink)
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Nice, i just pulled out a score of 4416 using smartass v2 and noop


Gonna try using performance gov as that is what a lot of people use to benchmark

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4533 using performance and noop
4416 using smartass v2 and noop
4391 using scary and noop
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Since I'm not able to push to github at this time, I'll be posting my edits in a zip along with the link to hroarks github/warp_kernel_26357 . In an essence gpl compliant.
There is already forks from the kernels I used as a basis or idea at my github
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I can't believe it... Bit is finally OC'ed!
She was one of my testers from the start. Literally as soon as krowbar and her started posting that they couldn't get an oc to work I pm'd. Perfect opportunity for outside testing.
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I'm going to test some of my personal kernel mods on your modified source. If all goes well an extra 25-30mb ram will be freed in unused pmem values. That's why my kernel ran so fast but it could also be why it had the issues it did.
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Runs fast, the phone gets alittle warm. But how far can this chip be pushed and still be usable? Hell man my PC only runs at 2 GHz.
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Runs fast, the phone gets alittle warm. But how far can this chip be pushed and still be usable? Hell man my PC only runs at 2 GHz.
1.7 is the fastest anything higher and you risk burning up the chipset. Voltage regulation on this board is terrible so it cant handle anything higher.
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I've got it stable to 1.8ghz. But there is no way to go past that. Its completely unstable. I can't see 1.8 being practical because of severely reduced battery life. It never failed on me but I'm still waiting on reports from the testers
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Since I'm not able to push to github at this time, I'll be posting my edits in a zip along with the link to hroarks github/warp_kernel_26357 . In an essence gpl compliant.
There is already forks from the kernels I used as a basis or idea at my github
Let me know when you post this, I will take a look at it and see if i can make any adjustment's then post what i altered. That is if the edits aren't the cause for the ril/wifi/bluetooth issues. I will have to test it before hand, if it all works out like i said previously then it will free up 25-30mb of extra ram.
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Wifi ril issues were improper voltages. I had them at first too. After looking at the triumph I realized they were to low. The triumph was way to high. So I settled for my own blend
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I figured it was voltage related but was to scared to go very high. Didn't want to take any chances and ruin my phone. Lol but in the end my son did it in. Thank god for you guys saving me. Im working on some stuff for Beta 4 right now. But pm me soon as you have the zip ready and i will free up some more ram for you.
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I figured it was voltage related but was to scared to go very high. Didn't want to take any chances and ruin my phone. Lol but in the end my son did it in. Thank god for you guys saving me. Im working on some stuff for Beta 4 right now. But pm me soon as you have the zip ready and i will free up some more ram for you.
Man I went a little scetchy at 1.9ghz. I tried uping the voltage 50mV at time when I was testing some weird stuff was happening. No ability adjust brightness. Then severe dimming, reboots, ya, quick battery pull. And there was no resolution to it. This phone just can't handle the power needed to switch to that frequency
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We as a test group have been using that, and only that. Though those programs are usually off, using only one app give a general baseline to go off of
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Quadrant sucks, I get way different scores across versions and with the premium ones. Its just off
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Oc uses normal swap...technically this does not add to your ram it just frees up ram by moving unused pages to swap till they're needed again...the non oc has ramzswap (compcache) which when scripted compresses unused pages to a ramdisk and can use swap backing
Right, I get how it does what it does, but I was mainly wondering if there was a limit on how much VM the kernel will allocate and if anyone has noticed any speed hit while paging back into RAM.
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I've got it stable to 1.8ghz. But there is no way to go past that. Its completely unstable. I can't see 1.8 being practical because of severely reduced battery life. It never failed on me but I'm still waiting on reports from the testers
Hey, with the right governor, 1.8 could become quite feasible for regular use

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I swear, the potential in this kernel keeps getting better and better! A little extra RAM would be awesome, Shin



Maybe the next release could combine these two things. Hmm... I can see it now: the new DTM/Shinru 1.8GHz swap-enabled RAM-optimized kernel! Now there's a release I can't wait for!
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1.7 is the fastest anything higher and you risk burning up the chipset. Voltage regulation on this board is terrible so it cant handle anything higher.
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this makes me laugh ( HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA ) i tested the 1.8 other then battery life be shortened.... no problems what so ever!!!!
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I swear, the potential in this kernel keeps getting better and better! A little extra RAM would be awesome, Shin



Maybe the next release could combine these two things. Hmm... I can see it now: the new DTM/Shinru 1.8GHz swap-enabled RAM-optimized kernel! Now there's a release I can't wait for!

Other than a front facing camera and a better screen who needs the Warp sequent?
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Front camera is a waste. Had one on my evo and used it twice in a year. A better screen would be nice but the warp is good

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