well my question is wich is more risky lv or ideal ?? because i want to overclock to 250mhz-850mhz , and my phone is stable at ideal, but i can't get it under 500 mhz on ideal, so i just want to know if lv is risky ?
lv is less risky. this is because it uses slightly more voltage than ideal. this makes it more stable.
in computers, we often overvolt our cpu/gpu to allow to run more stable at higher overclocks. ie. my radeon 5850 by default runs at 1.08V at 755mhz. when i overvolt it to 1.35V, i can push it to 1100mhz on the core, which makes it one of the fastest single gpu graphics cards floating around at the moment.
if your device is stable at ideal setting you should use tht though, i wish i could but ideal causes my device to reboot.
its strange you cant get it lower than 500 by typing
kernel-config load ideal
kernel-config limits 250 850
as the 3rd line should over write the clock speeds set by default in ideal but keep the same voltage
seems like an issue with his device. mine can maintain 125mhz lower limit at ideal voltage without any issues. perhaps its his device's way of saying it cant handle ideal.
i am using lv to lower the risks a bit, its running great so far, i know this will consume a bit more battery but its good my limits are at 250-850 .
you can set it to 125 or 250 bit it doesn't mean it will use them
yeah, i figured that much after reading jakkiman's guide thoroughly and if i still want to implement the 125 or 250 min frequency im gonna have to use the "avoid frequency" parameters..