CPU Governors

This screen allows configuring available governors. Note that performance and powersave governors do not have any options. Modifications will automatically be applied when application changes governor, that is when setting CPU governor on boot or manually.


It is important to note that every device, every kernel might come with its own list of governors, each with their own set of settings without actual documentation. This is true of custom kernels (but you can ask the dev where you got the custom kernel), as well as stock kernels on which manufacturer can implement custom governors as well.

The settings' names can help understand their purpose, but in the end playing with those is a trial-n-error procedure to see how the altered governor will behave.

Proceed at your own risks: Governors are provided by manufacturers and they do not provide any documenation about it.




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