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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sk8rboikelley, Oct 27, 2010.

  1. sk8rboikelley

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    is it worth overclocking?

    does it really actually help anything? besides quadrant scores?

    if so, then can someone point me towards one?

    is 1.2 all there is?
    or isnt there a 1.6 out?
     

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    There is a new one in development now as we speak called "The Manhattan Project". Team Whiskey (Sombionix/Viralblack) have an alpha release for testing now. Head over to XDA and see, I'm too lazy to fetch the link now:p
     
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    ahh i see... well since its beta, im not willing to try it

    iv been looking for a 1.2 overclock on there, but i am horrible at searching forums..
    can anyone post a link?
     
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    I just posted a link above this thread. I can vouch for how well it works!
     
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    You can get a 1.2GHz overclock using either the Kingklick kernel or JAC's kernel. You can't overclock a stock kernel.

    You ought to consider Bionix Final or Bionix Fusion. Do some reading and see what you think.

    [ROM] Bionix Fusion 1.1 - Team Whiskey Production - *10/22/10* - xda-developers

    [ROM] Bionix Final - Team Whiskey Production *10/22/10* - xda-developers

    Overclocking can help with overall speed, but from my experience the real speed comes with a lagfix like Voodoo.
     
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    is voodoo better then ryans oclf?
     
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    I think so. It's faster and doesn't take up a lot of space like OCLF does. It's a bit more difficult to deal with because you have to disable it when flashing anything and enable it when you're done, but to me that's not a problem.
     

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