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  1.    #1  
    Is anyone using SR-71 Blackbird or does it use too much battery? I have been using uberkernel but I may step it up. I dont want significantly more battery drain.
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    No one is using this kernel?
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    I belove the general story is stick with UberKernal, not all Pre's can handle the sr-71, and the added benefit pretty much only shows up emulation with vba, the rest of the OS is barely noticeably changed.
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    I switched from uber to the blackbird about a month ago. After jacking with the voltages the difference in battery life is nill imo. I lose about 10%/hr with either (moderate use & push exchange). Maybe its all in my head but i think that sr71 runs smoother that what uber did. At least for my pre anyway.
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    I've been using the SR-71 kernel since release. I do not see any more battery drain with this kernel vs any other overclocked kernel. All of the test kernels will drain your battery faster than a stock kernel will, uberkernel however is more "refined" than the more "bleeding edge" kernel files..
    I would suggest at least trying SR-71 yourself and run some tests with your hardware, you might find that your phone likes that kernel the best..
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    Frankenpre here w/ sr71 and no voltage tweaking, I never wanna go back.
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    i have the sr71 kernel.its pretty fast when I test it on Webos Mark test.i get a score of 660.nd I use a couple patches nd in govnah I use the lowest voltage on the CPU voltage
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    i Used sr-71 since it came out until i updated to 2.1.0

    Cant wait for it to come to 2.1.0.
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    I, too, have been using SR71 since it came out... I tried Uberkernel for maybe a day and switched back to SR71. It's so much faster & smoother. As far as battery life, I use the Pre too much to really give a normal assessment. I am constantly charging and/or swapping battery, so unless there is a huge difference, it doesn't affect my usage scenario.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackfireball5 View Post
    i Used sr-71 since it came out until i updated to 2.1.0

    Cant wait for it to come to 2.1.0.
    Is it not in the testing?


    I use the F104, screenstate v2 1100/500
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    f1100? is that like 1.1ghz? i didnt even know :O
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    Quote Originally Posted by rigo0523 View Post
    f1100? is that like 1.1ghz? i didnt even know :O
    Yes that's 1100 mhz, or ~1.1Ghz
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    nd what other settings do u have besides screentate v2deman 1100/500? do u tweak the voltage too?
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    and i noticed it also says 10mb for compache memlimit..do we change that to 24? or 32?
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    Quote Originally Posted by un_designer View Post
    I, too, have been using SR71 since it came out... I tried Uberkernel for maybe a day and switched back to SR71. It's so much faster & smoother. As far as battery life, I use the Pre too much to really give a normal assessment. I am constantly charging and/or swapping battery, so unless there is a huge difference, it doesn't affect my usage scenario.
    same. i carry my charger with me everywhere. lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jakeeeee View Post
    Is it not in the testing?

    I use the F104, screenstate v2 1100/500
    yes, this is what i am currently using on my pre.

    Quote Originally Posted by rigo0523 View Post
    and i noticed it also says 10mb for compache memlimit..do we change that to 24? or 32?
    i did the steps on the webOS 2.1.0 wiki to permanently set my compcache limit to 32mb.

    so smooth. runs flash fairly well too. sometimes i get weird lock ups but i guess that's expected with everything i have installed. :P
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    steps? whats steps? how come the 200/1100 doesnt work though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rigo0523 View Post
    steps? whats steps? how come the 200/1100 doesnt work though?
    Probably better to move threads like this into the webOS Internals forum. The < 500mhz options in many of the UnixPsyco kernels have been removed due to the lack of stability many Pre's have shown under 500mhz.
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    well the dafault 200/1100 does not seem to work. i had to make my own profile on v2 with 1100/500
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    Quote Originally Posted by rigo0523 View Post
    nd what other settings do u have besides screentate v2deman 1100/500? do u tweak the voltage too?
    I didn't mess with the voltages for this one, but I usually need to push mine up for 2.1.0. I use anticipatory IO and 'veno' TCP Congestion with 10 MB compcache.
    Quote Originally Posted by rigo0523 View Post
    and i noticed it also says 10mb for compache memlimit..do we change that to 24? or 32?
    You don't need to change it, if you don't want to.
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    steps? whats steps? how come the 200/1100 doesnt work though?
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