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AOSP Kernels for HTC's 8x50, 7x30, and 8x60 Devices
Also available for the Motorola Xoom​
Tiamat kernels are designed for use on all ROMs that are built from the AOSP source code. This includes ROMs built from MIUI, CyanogenMod, and others.
Tiamat receives no support for use with ROMs based on HTC's Sense - use at your own risk.
Tiamat Kernels

You can find full details about Tiamat Kernels at our website. The site is up and running and serves as a more centralized location to get updates, downloads, and changelogs for all Tiamat Kernels. There is no forum or Registration, it's just a more convenient way to keep things organized as we work to add support for more devices.​
Support
Join the Tiamat Kernel developers on IRC at irc.freenode.net, #tiamat. Support and questions are generally handled faster there than the forums. You can easily join via webchat here.​
Special Thanks to:
toastcfh, slayher and the CyanogenMod team for the base kernels and everything else they do for the Android community
bcnice20 for generally being awesome
TeamWin for also generally being awesome
netarchy, chad0989, cuviper, and invisiblek for some great code
intersectRaven and redstar3894 for the Mjolnir compiler
JasonK75 for updating threads​
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I was getting random lockups on previous builds with MIUI. Going to give it another try

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crump84 said:
I was getting random lockups on previous builds with MIUI. Going to give it another try

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A lot of people have been having issues with the lowered stock voltages in 1.1.0 and 1.1.1. For 1.1.2, everything is returning to the 1.0.4 voltage tables. I still need a shift tester for that, so drop by my IRC if you would be interested.
 

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Been running 1.1.3 on CM7 nightlies and been loving it. SmartassV2 seems to do a good job of hitting the middle frequencies too, not just all the way down or all the way up.

Thanks, Cayniarb!
 
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