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Does overclocking our B7610 comsumes more battery?

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Does overclocking our B7610 comsumes more battery?


Yes, according to transistor theory it will. But I think the change is not that big. The power consumption should change linearly with the clock speed. Then you add a constant power loss to dissipation. So that means That if you clock your omnia from 800 to 950, it will only consume about 15% more.
Note that I never tested this, just theory.

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i try to install - i get an error:
installaion was unsuccessful.

WM 6.5, official ROM

any advise?

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i try to install - i get an error:
installaion was unsuccessful.

WM 6.5, official ROM

any advise?


Install it on device
wait
what's the language of your ROM?

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Install it on device
wait
what's the language of your ROM?


i cannot choose where to install - as soon as i press on the cab file - i get the above error message - cannot install at all.


language: english

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Do you think you could fix the mpll crippling your tool does on the i8000? For some reason when i use this tool it locks my mpll at 305*0.5 = 152.5 when the native mpll speed for i8000's is 388*0.5 = 194
I understand you are building this officially for the b7610 but it would certainly be appreciated if you could make this great tool work equally well on the i8000! Thanks, and keep up the good work. :)

Edited by dpspcdrgn, 05 July 2010 - 08:42 AM.

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do we need to install Set3Clock+FPU Enabler+ etc before installing your apps?

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do we need to install Set3Clock+FPU Enabler+ etc before installing your apps?


Nop, I installed only the cab from the first post and its fine.

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hey guys, got a weird problem. I overclocked to 900Mhz and rebooted my phone. After that it says that my sim is missing!!! When I went back to disable " auto set CPU speed at startup" and rebooted again, it's back again...

I am using Daskalos 6.5 Sense ROM

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Yes, according to transistor theory it will. But I think the change is not that big. The power consumption should change linearly with the clock speed. Then you add a constant power loss to dissipation. So that means That if you clock your omnia from 800 to 950, it will only consume about 15% more.
Note that I never tested this, just theory.

thanks for he info nemesix, I was just wondering about consumption myself.

a further question: would the increase in consumption only occur when there's "something to do" for the processor, ie. phone being used, or will it also occur when the phone is on, but in sleep-mode?
(if the first should be the case, how about a background service that automatically OCs the phone on wake-up & then UCs it on entering sleepmode?)

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thanks for he info nemesix, I was just wondering about consumption myself.

a further question: would the increase in consumption only occur when there's "something to do" for the processor, ie. phone being used, or will it also occur when the phone is on, but in sleep-mode?
(if the first should be the case, how about a background service that automatically OCs the phone on wake-up & then UCs it on entering sleepmode?)


It will just retain the overclocked speed when device is in use. When device sleeps, the speed automatically scales down. When device wake up, S3Clock restores the OC speed that was set.

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It will just retain the overclocked speed when device is in use. When device sleeps, the speed automatically scales down. When device wake up, S3Clock restores the OC speed that was set.

thanks for clearing that up daskalos!

should have expected as much from a tool that comes from you :)
thanks for the excellent work

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Does anybody know any benchmark to compare performance increasement after OC?

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bro, Im using I8000 with SB rom (atm using SB 29 with WM 6.5.3 or WM 6.5.5) and using this app seems not working in this ROM
first time im hit FPU enabler, thenS3Clock and nothing happen... then i hit 954Mhz and nothing happen, example pop up notification or something like that.. please guide me... :)

its not working for me either on GC's 6.5.3 JE3 or GC's 6.5.3 JD1. Maybe everyone could post on which roms the program is working?

Edit: it appears that as of now, overclocking will only work on 6.1 and 6.5, not 6.5.3 or 6.5.5. I just went back to GC's JD4 and it is working great. :P


i hope next release will work with WM 6.5.3 or WM 6.5.3 version :D
thanks bro daskalos for your hard work

Edited by monyozt, 12 July 2010 - 02:43 AM.

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it works on SB 23 WM 6.5.5, always back to this rom after trying latest SB ROM and GC ROM as FPU Enabler not work on latest ROM

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it works on SB 23 WM 6.5.5, always back to this rom after trying latest SB ROM and GC ROM as FPU Enabler not work on latest ROM

have you try sb29? on mine it didn't work

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works great on my i8000 with my own rom :angry: thnks a lot

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daskalos you have some kind of files that we must have installed to easey set s3clock works properly? or just install? I've change the rom and now it's worse than before.:x

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daskalos you have some kind of files that we must have installed to easey set s3clock works properly? or just install? I've change the rom and now it's worse than before.:x


what do you mean?

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my b7610 is now running @900mhz without any flaws, i am using your wm6.5.3 full rom if not mistaken. however it was not easy to let it run, the GUI is not very simple to understand, however your how-to is more than perfect, now i understand it,

@kipps, i am not a great fan of benches, if you don't notice any difference when using apps/vids/games there is something wrong with the oc or your app!

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