[Kernel] intersectRavens 33.3 800mV Stable

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    [Kernel] intersectRavens 33.3 800mV Stable

    Hey all,

    i ve been using this kernel now for some days and its really cool.
    It undervoltes STABLE to 800mV, and pushes your audio limit a bit higher.
    Also AVS is supported, what actually means that the apps in the background are given less priority on power management than apps actually running.

    This is by far the most power-saving kernel i tested. Even better than kmobs 925/800

    Check the thread and the kernel!

    [Kernel - .33.3]intersectRaven's Kernel (new Hybrid AVS *Stable*) 05/04/2010 01:52pm - xda-developers

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    I dont know why but I had problems with those AVS hybrid kernels. Plus id trade a lil battery life for OC any day
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    I didnt have ANY problems with it right now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RinTinTigger View Post
    I didnt have ANY problems with it right now!
    That's good. Avs is not the same for every phone. I caught the bootloops with the 850mV one. Glad to hear that works for ya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SliceBurgSlim View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by RinTinTigger View Post
    I didnt have ANY problems with it right now!
    That's good. Avs is not the same for every phone. I caught the bootloops with the 850mV one. Glad to hear that works for ya.
    well actual im using the 800mV Kernel, with AVS and it appears to be stable for a lot of folks. And if the BFS, wich is more experimental is not working, try the CFS


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    hes beeing using .925 for a while though hasnt he... didnt @kmobs do a quick study and found that .925 was more efficient over time than .800mv. I started using .825 ( Nexus and beyond… - Adrian Cantrill's Blog ) but have since dabbled with .925 and it does seem better. .825 introduced some weird 3G signal quality issues - devs suggested it may be due to supplying the hardware with a dodgy supply of power...

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