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Im on dazz's amazing CM9 and i was just wondering if i could overclock my phone? and if i can what would be the most stable speed? Thanks

Edited by blademaster123, 16 November 2012 - 07:08 PM.

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Yeah you can. Settings > Performance > Processor.

G300s vary on stability like most things when overclocking. Most will do 1.22Ghz stable, some will go to 1.29 almost all crap out at 1.3.

1.15Ghz is a fair and stable overclock but anywhere 1.22 or lower is good.

Edited by Cyda, 16 November 2012 - 07:13 PM.

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ok thanks :D

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Could we undervolt and overclock a bit higher possibly? I know it would hit battery life but i seem to remember Daz having his run at 1.5 for a while...

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Yeah you can. Settings > Performance > Processor.

G300s vary on stability like most things when overclocking. Most will do 1.22Ghz stable, some will go to 1.29 almost all crap out at 1.3.

1.15Ghz is a fair and stable overclock but anywhere 1.22 or lower is good.

do you see any notable differences?

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