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Samsung Nexus Prime 4.0.3 builds: (CDMA + GSM)
Due to the needless CDMA/GSM fragmentation on other forums, it would be useful if people started to report on my-andro.com where help can be given in a unified way.
my-andro.com Trinity NP Thread

Trinity for Nexus Prime, AKA. Galaxy Nexus

Current Nexus Prime Kernel(s):

Trinity-NP-RD.zip the 512MHz GPU, 1.35GHz Trinity Flavor with fsync disabled. (RD == Includes its own ramdisk)
Trinity-NP-RD-384.zip the 384MHz GPU, 1.35GHz Trinity Flavor with fsync disabled. (RD == Includes its own ramdisk)
Trinity-NP-Any-384.zip the 384MHz GPU, 1.35GHz Trinity Flavor with fsync disabled. (Any == uses the rom's ramdisk)
The connection loss some had with the 'b' kernels below are gone in these kernels.
Previous Nexus Prime Kernels:

Trinity-NP-Inferno512b.zip the 512MHz GPU, 1.35GHz Trinity Flavor with fsync disabled. (b == Fixed Idle Drain)
Trinity-NP-Inferno-b.zip the 384MHz GPU, 1.35GHz Trinity Flavor with fsync disabled. (b == Fixed Idle Drain)

Experimental Nexus Prime Kernels:

Trinity-NP-RD-LP.zip the 512MHz GPU, 1.35GHz Trinity Flavor with fsync disabled. (RD == Includes its own ramdisk)
Trinity-NP-Any-LP.zip the 512MHz GPU, 1.35GHz Trinity Flavor with fsync disabled. (Any == uses the rom's ramdisk)
* Lowered 512MHz gpu core voltage.

Remember:
-RD kernels are for Apex, AOKP and other AOSP based 4.0.3 roms
-Any kernels are for any 4.0.3 rom, including CM9

Is the 512 OPP confirmed running at 512MHz?
Scores to me say no, not enough of a change.
Is there a real gain of ~4fps on Nenamark2 (31fps vs 27fps on 384MHz version) and gains on other benchmarks? YES!
So i am offering this to users as a real gain instead of holding it back because it is "not real"
Real fps are real ;)

What is fsync?

Current G2x Kernels for 2.3.5+ builds:
my-andro.com Trinity G2x Thread

ELPmax 20122011 (1.1GHz Battery Saver w/ voodoo sound)
T15max 20122011 (1.56GHz Fun Edition w/ voodoo sound)
TD158 23012012 (1.58GHz Extreme Edition w/ voodoo sound, only for phones who eat up the 1.56GHz version)
Previous G2x Kernels for 2.3.5+ builds:

ELPmax 13122011 (1.1GHz Battery Saver w/ voodoo sound)
T15max 13122011 (1.56GHz Fun Edition w/ voodoo sound)


Sensation 4G Kernels for Sense3.0 (2.3.4)/ Sense 3.5 (2.3.5), miui + cm7 (GB) builds:

SQL in file name means the kernel contains libsql from cm7 to help the overall rom.
There will be kernels without them
RD == includes optimized ramdisk

Trinity for HTC Sensation - sense 3.0 - RD
Trinity for HTC Sensation - sense 3.5 - RD (includes camfix)
Trinity for HTC Sensation - CM7 - RD
Trinity for HTC Sensation - miui - RD
Forum Thread for HTC Sensation kernels

Current Nexus S Kernels:

TEUV-NS-16112011 (0.88GHz with 220MHz bus/gpu,ExtraUnderVolted)
TUV-NS-16112011 (1.0GHz with stock (200MHz) bus/gpu,UnderVolted)
T11-NS-16112011 (1.1GHz with 220MHz bus/gpu)
T12-NS-16112011 (1.2GHz with stock (200MHz) bus/gpu)
T13-NS-16112011 (1.3GHz with 216MHz bus/gpu)
T144-NS-16112011 (1.44GHz with 240MHz bus/gpu)
T154-NS-16112011 (1.54GHz with 220MHz bus/gpu)


SEUV22-ICS-NS-ALPHA3 (FOR ICS ONLY -- 0.88GHz with 220MHz bus/gpu,ExtraUnderVolted)
S144-ICS-NS-ALPHA3 (FOR ICS ONLY -- 1.44GHz with 240MHz bus/gpu)


Pre Deep Idle Nexus S Kernels:

TEUV-NS-05102011 (0.88GHz with 220MHz bus/gpu,ExtraUnderVolted)
TUV-NS-05102011 (1.0GHz with stock (200MHz) bus/gpu,UnderVolted)
T12-NS-05102011 (1.2GHz with stock (200MHz) bus/gpu)
T13-NS-05102011 (1.3GHz with 216MHz bus/gpu)
T144-NS-05102011 (1.44GHz with 240MHz bus/gpu)
T1544-NS-05102011 (1.54GHz with 220MHz bus/gpu)




May the source be with you:

HTC Sensation kernel source
Nexus S kernel source
G2x kernel source
Skanky Git