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S3C6410 Overclocking Tool: Need Omnia II/Louvre Testers


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My tool doesnt write anything except when you change CPU speed...

CPU Speed is reset when your device go to sleep mode... (because cpu is downclocked in sleep mode by the drivers...)

I will add soon command line support, and a way to save speed...

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Hahaha. this is cool. Has anyone got any idea of cooling down the fone?

on my phone, there is an adhesive copper sheet on top of cpu, which take the heat to the aluminium "box" which covers chips

but i think we need to tune the voltage regulator to get a highter frequency, especially for my device, the M900 which is at 533 Mhz...

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My tool doesnt write anything except when you change CPU speed...

CPU Speed is reset when your device go to sleep mode... (because cpu is downclocked in sleep mode by the drivers...)

I will add soon command line support, and a way to save speed...

+1

i'm looking forword to this feature, i want to overclock permanently.

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My tool doesnt write anything except when you change CPU speed...

CPU Speed is reset when your device go to sleep mode... (because cpu is downclocked in sleep mode by the drivers...)

I will add soon command line support, and a way to save speed...

1. setting > battery > always open

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yes, i will make a tiny tool based on HaReT interface later...

this framework permit me to implement new kind of things in some seconds...

and the next version of this framework adds android support :D

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I dont sugest to overclock the CPU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

800 MHz is bare enough!!!!

what makes you say that? is it just like '640kb is enough ram for anything for a pc'? just kidding... :D

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It does make a difference OC'ing, so I would disagree that it doesn't/is not necessary, Omnia2 is slow in menus and usual usage at 800mhz either way. I am currently running it at 1000mhz all the time when I'm using it like before bedtime to surf a lot and check out things/apps for a longer time etc. For me there is a "smoothness" difference between 800 and 1000mhz, but the battery life seems to be a tad bit affected tho not much, nothing that disturbs me. I do wish there was a way to make the 1000mhz more permanent, or at least to keep it after the "sleep mode" (when you unlock it etc.)

Wow! Fantastic increase of performance! What about battery life at 1GHz?
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It's very stupid to require to install 15mb of framework for CPU tweak utility.

Where are good programmers today? Why even small utililty requires a lot of garbage to install?

not applicable for hd2 is not arm only omnia 2 and acer

All Windows Mobile devices are using ARM CPUs.

But this tweaker only for S3C6410 CPU.

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What's hapen there ?

Overclocking Omnia II ? Older one has 4 month old ! Is it allready obsolet ?

Increase frequency means increase heat and power consumption => decrease battery capability (anyway) !

Increase heat means decrease MTBF , so ... CPU life !

Who want to destroy his new phone to win a couple of microseconds ?

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It's very stupid to require to install 15mb of framework for CPU tweak utility.

Where are good programmers today? Why even small utililty requires a lot of garbage to install?

All Windows Mobile devices are using ARM CPUs.

But this tweaker only for S3C6410 CPU.

No comment..

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What's hapen there ?

Overclocking Omnia II ? Older one has 4 month old ! Is it allready obsolet ?

Increase frequency means increase heat and power consumption => decrease battery capability (anyway) !

Increase heat means decrease MTBF , so ... CPU life !

Who want to destroy his new phone to win a couple of microseconds ?

Well first of all, this thread explores the possibilities and developments of overclocking the S3C6410 processor and the developer is not forcing anyone to try the app, which means the app is "Try it on your own Risk"

Second, Mr. Epsylon3 doesn't own an i8000, he owns an ACER M900 and this tool was originally created for M900, not I8000. He started a thread on Acer Forums on the tool, giving our 533Mhz a boost of 666Mhz, which clearly speeds up 3D Games and intensive apps for us acer users. Because of his willingness to make the tool to be compatible with other smartphones having s3c6410 procie, he requested (in that thread) for someone to please try the tool on an 800mhz (like O2,GA,Pro) so that he could make it compatible with it...

So I made a thread here to help him in the development, testers have done there job and now he successfully made it compatible with O2.

Mhz's increased big or not, the point is he made the effort of making the tool compatible with O2, even if he does not own an O2. Why can't people just be thankful that someone is making an effort in making some possible improvements, without asking anything in return...

For instance:

-Ginkage made the OpenGl 1.0 driver, he owns a I8000, but he made it also compatible with Acer M900...

- NuShrike made the FPUEnabler, he owns an Acer M900, but he made it also compatible with I8000

They made these tools and drivers without asking anything in return and made these tools/drivers compatible with other devices they don't have for the sake of improving our devices. Let's just be thankful they're doing it for free...and hopefully free in the future, for NuShrike is planning to place the final version of FPUEnabler in Marketplace, all because some jerk said that he is selfish and just wasting his time and effort in making FPUEnabler...

Third and Last, I think it never came to his mind and intentions (and other developers too) to "destroy" our new phones just to win a couple of microseconds...

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It's very stupid to require to install 15mb of framework for CPU tweak utility.

Where are good programmers today? Why even small utililty requires a lot of garbage to install?

What an uninspiring comment :D , if you read the thread the framework is just for quick dev purposes.

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