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Originally Posted by faMine View Post

What he said is true. It's important to run a nice overclocked, undervolted kernel, but it's important to use SetCPU and use Power Profiles.
Personally, I make a screen off profile that limits the CPU frequency to 350Mhz when the screen is off. When the battery is 35% and below, I max the CPU at 920Mhz. It helps quite a bit.
Governors are also important to take into consideration. I typically run Conservative for regular use and Power Saver for when he batter is below 35% and when the screen is off. When the battery hits 35% with these settings, I get some lag, but I don't use the phone for that... typically I save this power for phone calls etc.

There's actually governors that do all that on the fly now. Also disabling cores. I'm using the hotplugx governor on lean kernal and it disables a core when it's not needed.
post #22 of 22
I didn't even know Hotplugx did that! That's awesome.

EDIT: Found out in Leankernel InteractiveX implements Hotplug as well. I'm running InteractiveX with an overclock of 1520Mhz stable.
Edited by faMine - 3/12/12 at 12:40pm
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