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Old October 28th, 2010, 05:33 PM   #101 (permalink)
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Omg just ran quandrant 2x and got 17xx! I get 14xx usually on stock.
1.35ghz on low voltage! Stable, And no turtling! My phone kicks ass!
If you run it several times in a row, you might break that. I ran quadrant 4x and got over 17xx on 1.25 lv. I'm leaving it here for now because I still have decent battery life and it seems stable (no locks/reboots).

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well i had some issues last night - apparently im not as stable as I thought. Running winamp caused it to lock up 2 times last night @ LV 1.35, and once this AM running NAV @ LV 1.3. Tested LV 1.25 and scored about 1550, but ... now i want more!
Now im trying MV 1.35 again.
What is the Stock V (@ 1ghz) and how do the ULV, LV, and MV compare? As much as Id like to run 1.35, even scaled, I barely got a day out of my normal battery yesterday. Wonder if I should look at ULV to get closer to stock V? Id rather have ULV @ 1.15 and get 12-14 hours, than LV or MV at 1.25/1.35 and get 10 hrs ya know?
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well i had some issues last night - apparently im not as stable as I thought. Running winamp caused it to lock up 2 times last night @ LV 1.35, and once this AM running NAV @ LV 1.3. Tested LV 1.25 and scored about 1550, but ... now i want more!
Now im trying MV 1.35 again.
What is the Stock V (@ 1ghz) and how do the ULV, LV, and MV compare? As much as Id like to run 1.35, even scaled, I barely got a day out of my normal battery yesterday. Wonder if I should look at ULV to get closer to stock V? Id rather have ULV @ 1.15 and get 12-14 hours, than LV or MV at 1.25/1.35 and get 10 hrs ya know?

There's another recent thread in this section where some of the stock voltages are listed. I apologize but I don't have a few moments to add the link, but you should find it okay I think.

If you're getting that many hours out of your regular battery you're doing as well or better than I am. That's why I'm leaving mine at 1.25 lv for now. I hit 30% of moderate usage at 5pm (unplugged since 7am, so 10 hours). I charged it back up to 60% on my commute home and it lasted the rest of the evening with light use. Plus, I did hit over 1700 Quadrant with this setting -- it just took a few tries. Before that it was in the mid 16's. Enough to eliminate some of the lag.

While running 1.3 using Nav, I seemed to have stuttering issues with the screen, and an occasional reboot. Obviously ymmv since it's different per phone.
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There's another recent thread in this section where some of the stock voltages are listed. I apologize but I don't have a few moments to add the link, but you should find it okay I think.

If you're getting that many hours out of your regular battery you're doing as well or better than I am. That's why I'm leaving mine at 1.25 lv for now. I hit 30% of moderate usage at 5pm (unplugged since 7am, so 10 hours). I charged it back up to 60% on my commute home and it lasted the rest of the evening with light use. Plus, I did hit over 1700 Quadrant with this setting -- it just took a few tries. Before that it was in the mid 16's. Enough to eliminate some of the lag.

While running 1.3 using Nav, I seemed to have stuttering issues with the screen, and an occasional reboot. Obviously ymmv since it's different per phone.
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Thanks. I had just copied and pasted this to edit my post, but you beat me to it. But no worries, I was going to give you credit and not plagiarize your work!

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Two things are NEEDED for this app.
1: The ability to import current settings into the custom profile builder.
2: The ability to read the current voltage settings, not just the clockspeed.

Honestly, taking care of #1 will effectively fix #2 at least in a roundabout way.

I was able to run 1.45Ghz ULV through a bunch of benchmarks and 1hr of Angry Birds/Reckless Racing with no problem, not even alot of heat. Then an hour after not using the phone it just rebooted while idle which makes very little sense. I've been running 1.25Ghz ULV for 2 days without a reboot, but would like to play with the 1.45Ghz ULV settings and "tweak" those values a little. Unfortunately the ULV voltage settings aren't documented anywhere, so there's no way for me to build a custom profile with the ULV 1.45 settings.

Please add the "import" functionality to the custom profiles, or at least add a way to read the current voltage settings.

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ULV voltages are -4 under stock (medium)
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See documentation in the app under Help/About.
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Disappointed to find out low voltage is above stock.

I see no reason to try medium voltage unless it's just to see what happens.

1.45 at low voltage caused a reboot before finishing my first quadrand run.
1.35 at low seems ok.

1.20 at ultra low seems ok.
1.25 at ultra low seems ok.
1.30 at ultra low seems ok.
1.35 at ultra low seems ok.
1.40 at ultra low seems ok.

Just set to 1.35 at boot.

Anyone know a good burn-in app?
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SetCPU has a stress test under info that's good for testing. Need to make sure your screen is set to not sleep if you want to see the results.

Crashed 1.40 at ULV with a 3 minute stress test, yet ran 10 minutes at 1.35 so guess I'm leaving it there for now.
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Can somebody explain what "Set Governor" actually does? I tried each setting and "OnDemand" makes my phone lag like no tomorrow.

And what would you say "HIGH" temperatures would be at? I haven't seen higher than 102F and most times I'm at 98F.
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the govenor (not Govanator, hes in Cali) sets the "speedstep" of the clock. IE: if its on demand, it will slow to the min when nothing going on and then when you open an app it ramps up as needed - thats on demand. Performance is just set to the highest clock at all times. obviously this murders your battery but is good for "stressing" or game playing.
There is also userspace, but i dont know what it does, and SetCPU says that its only for odd reasons and probably not for regular people.
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so does anyone know what the ULV, LV, and MV settings are? I havnt gotten to setting my own so i just use those. hmm guess ill have to mess around, each freq seems to have its own v settings .. i didnt quite manage a whole day on my extended battery at mv @ 1.35 so i might have to try more LV settings, get the V's down a bit more - i did notice i rebooted after about 30 minutes of running the NAV app..
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Something strange has happened over the last few days. i have been able to overclock to any ulv frequencys 1.45, 1.35, 900, ect. and as of today my phone only lets me go up to 1.25 ulv without rebooting. i have not changed anything, does anyone have an idea. thanks
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so does anyone know what the ULV, LV, and MV settings are? I havnt gotten to setting my own so i just use those. hmm guess ill have to mess around, each freq seems to have its own v settings .. i didnt quite manage a whole day on my extended battery at mv @ 1.35 so i might have to try more LV settings, get the V's down a bit more - i did notice i rebooted after about 30 minutes of running the NAV app..
Medium is stock.

Low is 2 volts under stock.

Ultra low is 4 volts under stock.

High is 2 volts over stock.
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so Ive been playing with Linpack this AM and my results with that suck! Im getting about 17Mflops on 1.25(LV), 1.35(LV) and 1.45(MV)ghz!
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so Ive been playing with Linpack this AM and my results with that suck! Im getting about 17Mflops on 1.25(LV), 1.35(LV) and 1.45(MV)ghz!
Never tried Linpack before (only Quadrant). I'm running 1.25 (custom voltages: 36, 57, 58, 69).

Quadrants usually run 1500-1575.

Just tried a couple Linpacks and got 16-16.5.
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Ive never tried it either, which is why im confused that although i get better quadrant scores on higher freq, my linpack score is basically the same on all 3 settings.
Plus im no where NEAR the top of the pack for scores even @ 1.45ghz! (governor set to performance)
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Anyone else getting an error since the update this morning? I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling and rebooting a few times and no joy.

I'm running ApeX 1.0 and everything was OC'd fine 1.2 LV before the update.

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Anyone else getting an error since the update this morning? I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling and rebooting a few times and no joy.

I'm running ApeX 1.0 and everything was OC'd fine 1.2 LV before the update.

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Got it on the initial startup after the update. Reloaded and its ok now.
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just did it and its working fine!
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Ive never tried it either, which is why im confused that although i get better quadrant scores on higher freq, my linpack score is basically the same on all 3 settings.
Plus im no where NEAR the top of the pack for scores even @ 1.45ghz! (governor set to performance)
Linpack is optimized for HTC devices. X scores in linpack are only good when comparing to other X. I'm not sure exactly what causes it, but read some where it was a moto thing.
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Got it on the initial startup after the update. Reloaded and its ok now.
If I FC it then clear the cache I can get it to open right. After I reboot it gives me the same error again.
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Medium is stock.

Low is 2 volts under stock.

Ultra low is 4 volts under stock.

High is 2 volts over stock.
this is only true for stock speeds... if you choose a higher frequency the volts go up... for instance 1.2 on low volts is
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this is only true for stock speeds... if you choose a higher frequency the volts go up... for instance 1.2 on low volts is
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"Stock" refers to the voltages from this chart in JRummy's app (under Help/About). Check your frequency below for "stock" voltage, then adjust up or down:

High = +2
Medium = 0
Low = -2
Ultra Low = -4

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I got an error when I first installed and rebooted and it resolved itself.

I think you guys that get an error after an install or upgrade just need to reboot.
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I've rebooted twice and get the same results. Not working.
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"Stock" refers to the voltages from this chart in JRummy's app (under Help/About). Check your frequency below for "stock" voltage, then adjust up or down:

High = +2
Medium = 0
Low = -2
Ultra Low = -4

Yeah I ran the "stock" 1.1mhz normal and "stock" voltage, even ran the "stock" 1mhz low voltage (which btw had the worse batter life EVER).

After I saw the true stock settings on here I ramped it up to 1.1 with the true stock voltages, runs great and for some reason after 16 hrs of uptime I still have 80% bat left, makes no sense unless the amps adjust - the wattage has to remain the same I would assume.

Nice app, worth the $ but "stock" needs to be true "stock", way under the norm - makes a little bump in speed unstable.
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I was having some of the error messages you guys are having. I did a hard reset and everything worked fine after that. I LOVE THIS APP! Thx Jrummy!
I still am having the same issue as I was having before. It comes back almost every reboot and i can only make the app work again by FC then Clear Data.
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With all of these additional features will they conflict with my current root apps that already do block adds and keep the memory free and change the density?
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With all of these additional features will they conflict with my current root apps that already do block adds and keep the memory free and change the density?
Not if you don't enable them.

New update this morning fixed me right up. There was even a reference in the release notes to an error with some of the files not installing correctly. Thanks for the update!!!!!
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This app just rocks harder and harder after each update. Thanks jrummy.
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This app is Awesome! I love it!
One question for you overclockers - Ive noticed that after about 45 Min of Navigation, it freezes and reboots: Do i need more or less voltage? I would assume more, but then i thought maybe its over heating and less volts would be better?
Thought? (im at 1.35 and 70vsel)
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Best to try lowest voltage and see how high you can go and still have it stable. If it crashes or reboots, drop it back one. I made it one week at 1350, before I dropped it back go 1300 after a dialer crash/reboot so I think I'm pretty close now.

IMO, no reason to go medium voltage or higher unless you're just getting evidence for bragging rights since all you're doing is creating unnecessary heat and running down your battery.
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I moved down to 1300, hopefully thatll end that problem. I have basically no issues @ 1350 except the nav issues.
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If you purchased "setcpu", there's an option there to burn it in for awhile. I went 15 minutes w/o crashing so figured I was close.
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I downloaded AutoKiller and now I am getting the best results ever on Quadrant.
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Hello all I have a Droid X with Simply Stunning Rom and want to overclock so I bought the DX/D2 overclocker app and it had a 1.3ghz.preset option so I figured that would be a good start. My question is will my battery drain mugh faster now and will I do any long term damage to the battery? I also set it to auto start overclocking once phone is on? Thank You
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I'd recommend turning the start at boot off until you run it for a while stable. People have bricked their phones like that. I don't believe it does long term damage to your battery, cpu maybe but from what I've read its minimal and not an issue. Battery drain will be higher tho. I am using the 1.25 ultra low voltage setting. The lower the voltage, the better the battery performance. But the draw back is the phone can't handle higher speeds with the lower voltages.
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Try the lowest voltage and you shouldn't hurt battery life or risk damaging your phone.

You can check stability with setcpu's stress test or running benchmarks like Quadrant.

If you can run it under stress for 10-20 minutes, you have a candidate for setting for boot. If it crashes, or develops issues, try a lower setting.

I see no reason to use medium or higher voltages unless you want to wreck your phone.

FWIW, 1.35 at ULV was stable for me for a week. Then I had a goofy dialer crash I hadn't seen before so dropped it to 1.30.
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Ulv is a HUGE battery saver for me. The other day I had 24 hours unplugged and was at 40%. I'm a fairly heavy user (my phone works as my pc because I can't get dsl where I live) and while that was a slower day than usual, I still used the phone a pretty decent amount. It also makes the battery charge a lot faster. Which would be reason enough for me alone lol
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I'm at 80% after 59 hours (light use).
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Ulv is a HUGE battery saver for me. The other day I had 24 hours unplugged and was at 40%. I'm a fairly heavy user (my phone works as my pc because I can't get dsl where I live) and while that was a slower day than usual, I still used the phone a pretty decent amount. It also makes the battery charge a lot faster. Which would be reason enough for me alone lol


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ULV= ultra low voltage, the lowest setting in the app.

BTW, stock clock is 1000 so 1300 is a 30% increase in speed, not too shabby.
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