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Ianxcom said:
I like the new clocking frequencies. I'm actually undervolting to 960 and it still runs great.
Nooooo only undervolt in multiples of 25!!

You can't do anything else, it'll probably lock up on you sometime or it's actually not undervolting.
 

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cayniarb said:
I'm in need of more testers, so if you want to try it out and let me know...
I can't right now... If someone doesn't beat me to it later I will. Thanks for these kernels!

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cayniarb said:
Someone beat you to it and it's no go. I'm working on a fix right now.
Lol alright well thank you to whoever did so. I would rather not have to switch roms for this, so thank you for working on a fix so promptly :)

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Love the kernel, I'm just having issues where sometimes, after a long period of time, the phone refuses to wake and I have to pull the battery
 

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"sidsixseven said:
Can someone explain what he is talking about? Is this a Vipermod thing? Not to act like a noob here, but I find some of the undervolting verbage confusing and want to have a better understanding of what I am doingl.

The quoted comment threw me off in particular because this kernel has FAR more CPU states than Imoyeson's kernel and they aren't in the same multiples. For example, Imoyeson undervolts down to 184MHz and he doesn't step up/down in multiples of 25. It's 184/245/368/768/1024.

This Tiamat kernel, by contrast, starts at 192MHz and goes up in multiples of 25.5 .. So it's not exactly 25 even if the presets. I'm guessing ViperMod allows you to define your own presets? Anyone care to help clear up the confusion? I can't be the only one with this question and I haven't seen it answered on XDA or Rootzwiki (I did search).

I guess my main question is that if I don't want to use ViperMod, am I at risk of making a mistake here if I use different presets? I'm thinking 345/1036 as my own personal preference because I don't like to drastically undervolt.

Tiamat now comes pre-installed in Liquid Thunderbread 2.5 now and this was the first time I used it. Shortly after setting the Governor to InteractiveX, I had a lockup. At first I thought that was an undervolting issue with 192MHz. Now I'm not so sure what it means after reading the whole above multiples of 25 thing. It also sounds like InteractiveX might be the problem.

I actually like OnDemandX as a Governor but didn't see that as an option -- is there something similar?
-_- it's simple....voltages must be set in multiples of 25...
 
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