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Gliwusss    37

I think that FusionX is better, cause it's full HWA, almost bug-free, stable, fast and has good battery drain :) but it's only my opinion, the best option for you will be to try this roms and decide which is better for you ;)

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ZolaIII    98

I see Fusion as a stock & a CM 10.1 as a costume.

I personality don't use fusion because I am capable of modifying stock to my needs. When I say that CM 10.1 is best costume ROM in this moment i really mean that.

It's on pair to stock in performance in most scenarios (framework libs need little optimizing SQL - JIT) & OMX.Qualcomm libs don't work properly & battery life is down for ¼. On the other hand it's stable, usable & you can play with it.

What ever you chose try Ceastles kernel with it & remember that parameters need some adjusting!

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mockingbird    21

I'm currently using CM10 R12 with Cextel 0.47 kernel and everything is fast , battery life is the same as stock. And omx codecs works properly.

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SH3H1    128

I'm currently using CM10 R12 with Cextel 0.47 kernel and everything is fast , battery life is the same as stock. And omx codecs works properly.

Sorry didn't use CM for long... :(

Is it true that omx works good?

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mockingbird    21

so you say that CM with 0.52 kernel is fast and stability? (sorry for my english)

Yea CM10 with 0.47 kernel(0.52 not yet available) is fast and stable , had literally 0 problems with it.

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Tabo8226    0

Yea CM10 with 0.47 kernel(0.52 not yet available) is fast and stable , had literally 0 problems with it.

which CM? can you link? 

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