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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by funkylogik, Sep 19, 2011.

  1. funkylogik

    funkylogik share the love peeps ;)
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    Hi
    Ive just put Swedish Spring on my Sf and was wondering how high i can/should set the Cpu speed for performance without damaging anything?
    Cheers
     


  2. De@n

    De@n Well-Known Member

    You can't go wrong with 691mhz
     
  3. funkylogik

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    got it at 729 now+seems fine. whats the max safe internal temperature?
     
  4. El Presidente

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    I don't like anything above 40 degrees. I'm not entirely sure there's anyway to measure CPU temp, I think it's battery temp most tools look at.

    Be aware, 729 might seem fine now, but it may slowly be killing the CPU. There's no point in going overboard, if a lower frequency means your phone does everything it's supposed too and a reasonable speed, there's not point in OC'ing to the max just for the sake of it. I'm very cautious when it comes to overclocking though (coming from bad experiences when I used to be a heavily in to PC Gaming :p).
     
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  5. dannymur

    dannymur Android Enthusiast

    I would check out Stability Test from Market......

    it is a stress test tool.....

    run it in root mode.....

    it will also give CPU temp.

    I would not OC to over 710....

    if you get that..... your doing well IMHO.
     
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  6. funkylogik

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    thanks guys
    how long should the stability test run for?
    just tested at 729 for 12minutes without anything crashing but phone was realy slow while it was running+i got bored+stopped it.
    think il keep it at 691mhz though. its fast enough at that. whats a good minimum frequency to set?
     
  7. funkylogik

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    ....+ whats difference between NOOP and BFQ in the i/o scheduler?
     
  8. El Presidente

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  9. funkylogik

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    cheers m8
    do u know what "throughput" and "latency" are?
     
  10. El Presidente

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    Throughput is defined as the amount of data per second that can flow between two endpoints.

    Latency is defined as the round-trip-time between two endpoints (regardless of the amount of throughput).

    Not my definitions btw, again it was the simplest I could find. :p
     
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  11. funkylogik

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    lol thanks m8 :)
    think il just leave i/o alone :)
     
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