I ran a few combinations of overclock settings in the June 1, 2019 nightly build, here is what I found
This setting does
In this case the two a53 cores default to 1200
See the nightly thread:
I run former knightly versions with slight boot.ini CPU overclock for better NF performance:
setenv max_freq_a73 “1908”
setenv governor_a73 “performance”
setenv max_freq_a53 “1992”
setenv governor_a53 “performance”
These are the values that I used for initial update that did not reboot/turn off. After new update I left original boot.ini which did work except for NF statering/frame droping after some time.
It looks to me that new kernel doesn’t like overclock…
Kernel crashes with OC.
The question is, what are the gains ?
Framerate the osd in particular …
CPU overclock does not effect the GPU or VPU so there would be no gains in that area.
It helps with software decoding video/streams when CPU does the main work.
This setting worked on older nightlies with old kernel.
Thx for correcting me, will not do this mistake again.
Is “nightlies” correct ? Not my language so just to be sure
Agree, makes them more potent
Haha, knightly builds from a knightly team
“Knightly” sounds better
I’m waiting for “CoreELEC knightly build - King Arthur Edition”
To wear or for your wife to wear? Or are you someone’s wife and Ray is short for Raylene?
btw I am in the “Knightly” camp
I like when Adam wears them.
And at the level of navigation in the OSD, is it more fluid? Does the average framerate increase?
CPU doesn’t improve GPU stuff
@anon88919003 replied to you 10 hours ago to the same question - that it does not improve - “no gain in that area” are his words, so WHY do you ask that again and again?
Navigating in OSD is job for GPU NOT for CPU!
Oups ! Indeed, I missed the answer. On the other hand, I saw a lot of lines about a debate on “Knight” VS “night”. ^^
I thought we were talking about CPU and GPU overclocking.
Why not experiment with GPU overclocking ?
Hardkernel does not allow it.