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Root Best governor for performance and battery life?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Lanman1978, Oct 4, 2012.

  1. Lanman1978

    Lanman1978 Well-Known Member
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    Currently I am using the latest Anthrax kernel with the xondemand governor. Performance and battery life seem pretty good so far. So is there a better governor that I should be using for performance and battery life? Maybe I should just set it to performance. ;)
     

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  2. crafty35a

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    I like xondemand, personally. Don't use performance unless you want to maximize a benchmark result -- it will peg the processor at the max frequency.
     
  3. Lanman1978

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    I know that that the performance governor maxes out the cpu. With xondemand it the seems that the cpu stays at the min frequency and only goes up when needed.
     
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    Intellidemand
     
  5. SuperAfnan

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    I like snartass v2 but you should stick to xondemand due to performance. I like it better.
     
  6. Lanman1978

    Lanman1978 Well-Known Member
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    I use xondemand for my Evo and ondemand for my Galaxy Tab and am having great results. The cpu frequencies seem to stay pretty steady with these governors.

     
  7. SuperAfnan

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    Yeah I don't have to worry about lag or anything even underclocked to 800mhz. but I normally leave it on smartass v2 since it's mostly conservative and can give me better performance if I'm playing a game :)
     
  8. Spritey

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    I liked SmartassV2, but for some reason it always ends up running only at the max frequency after awhile. I've been using interactive and intellidemand
     
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