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  1. juan12456

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    Ive seen people say how they don't have one of "those" esteems that can run 2ghz. why does that happen? are phones built by batches , and sometimes they have differences? or is it because people here on the forums are not installing the software correctly?

    I'm just really curious about this.
     

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    Mine could onlygo to 1.9 it turns off at 2ghz
     
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    each phone are built different, each one of them has their up and down. Some can go even higher than 2.0Ghz others cant reach 1.8ghz, it is how it successfully been manufactured.
     
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    wow that's crazy.. and not fair
     
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    i know, but i think you will not find any device built EXACTLY the same. take a look at desktop processors i.e; Intel and Amd. every single chip can be modified differently, not all will work the same and even overclocked with the same values.
     
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    It's meant to be clocked at 1ghz so how is it not fair so long as it is stable at 1ghz? anything over that is just icing on the cake and anything over 50% Oc is incredible imo ;)
     
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    Completely agree with yahhboy, and if they were all built to be stable at 2ghz, I think lg would rather ship it stable at that and not as a 1ghz. Course the price would Jack up
     
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    yeah, but even if it is stable you have to take into consideration your chip's span as well as the battery. The oced does drink lots of juice (and the good one lol) so there is that risk they don't want to take.
     
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    I am not an expert; my opinion base on my experiences on other devices.
    When talking about a quality (speed or other performance), mostly depend on manufacture brands. Most good brands have much more standard/similar/better quality compare with very cheap brand/ no brand at all. I am not saying that good brands have no problem at all; it is about a comparison.
    In fact, I have had experiences a rebooting problem at this phone but then, it is perfectly smooth for 48 hours with max 2016 and min 245 (on the same phone); benchmark around 4300 with that setting:D
     
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