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If you want to experience the “true” power of your Galaxy Note 2, you will definitely have to overclock to 1.8Ghz (from stock 1.6Ghz) and also see how much you can tweak/undervolt your Note 2 to maximize its performance and battery life.
For that, I do highly suggest Perseus kernel, available for most Note 2 variants including AT&T SGH-i317, T-Mobile SGH-T889, Sprint SPH-L900, Verizon SCH-i605, international GT-N7100, and GT-N7105. For Canadian users, you can use AT&T or T-Mobile versions, just match up the first 7 letters of your model number.
Perseus kernel was the Note 2’s very first custom kernel (I still remember) on the first week that Note 2 was released to the public. When I first tried Perseus kernel, it kept freezing up on me and was not stable at all, but after almost 6 months, I am glad to say Perseus kernel is one of the best kernels for the Note 2 that I’ve tried.