orb3000 · Sep 20, 2011 at 09:22 am

Turn your HTC Sensation Into a HTC Sensation XE

So, you just bought a Sensation and just when you get it on your hands, HTC announces an update. Well, don´t worry because XDA Recognized Developer mike1986. just cooked a new ROM based on the Sensation XE with Beats Audio technology, and moreover it comes overclocked to 1.5 GHz with real dual core support.

Other nice stuff included is the improved Andreno200 configuration, it has enabled GPU UI rendering, SD Card speed tweak, battery auto-calibration, a data partition special speed tweak, and the 3D Engine was overclocked from 266.6 MHz to 320 MHz.

Give it a try and let the developer know about your experience by leaving your feedback.

Originally posted by mike1986.
Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) – latest official HTC RUU 1.72.401.1
This ROM will turn your HTC Sensation into powerful HTC Sensation XE with Beats Audio technology and 1.5 GHz dual core!
This is improved version of stock ROM – no visual changes!
New kernel: 2.6.35.14 (under-volted & tweaked). Details below:
CPU up to 1.56 GHz (1.51 GHz by default – original speed for MSN8660 chipset) – controlled automatically by built it O/C Daemon. How to use O/C Daemon?
If you want to control CPU manually, you would need SetCPU from here: SetCPU
In SetCPU remember to check “Set on Boot”, but using O/C Daemon gives much better performance and battery then SetCPU
Many CPU governors (SmartAss, Ondemand, Performance, Conservative, UserSpace)
GPU+ patch (Improved 2D & 3D Graphics performance
3D Engine overclocked from 266.6 MHz to 320 MHz
L2 Cache Bandwidth Boost from 310MHz to 360MHz
Synchronous L2 Cache
V(R) I/O as default scheduler
SLQB Memory Management

Continue on to the ROM thread to find more information.


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