Recently, I've been playing around with my overclock speed and voltage settings using IncrediControl on CM7. I've found that even running high overclock speeds can have pretty decent battery life so long as you keep the voltage as low as possible with your speeds. Here are my settings: 61mhz - 600 (lowest for this CM7 kernel) 122mhz - 750 245mhz - 750 576mhz - 850 768mhz - 850 1024mhz - 975 1113mhz - 1000 1209mhz - 1050 1305mhz - 1125 1401mhz - 1200 1516mhz - 1225 1612mhz - 1275 My settings are InteractiveX/SIO min 61mhz - 1612mhz and I get pretty good battery life. Although I do have a 2000 mAh battery.. I'll see how long my battery can last completely once I do a complete test. Just sharing my findings so far :captain: By the way, is it harmful to test out clock speeds at lower than usual voltage? I found if I go lower voltage than it is able, it reboots automatically. Is this harmful for the CPU? How bout testing the voltage for higher clock speeds?