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    Wink Overclock, or Don't Overclock

    This is show the difference in overclocking your Thrive and not overclocking. You be the judge, I like overclocking:

    "You can please some of the people all of the time,
    all of the people some of the time,
    but never all of the people all of the time"

    V Geezy

    Currently on Smacked Up to Shazaam!!

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    I don't use it.
    I overclocked mine and can't tell any difference. Thinking I might return to stock and try it again though. It's been taking nearly 5 minutes to boot up (was doing this before I overclocked. I think it started when I installed Dales stock rooted).

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    Well, for me, overclocking was awesome, until the thrive went to sleep. Then it had nightmares. It either rebooted or locked up.

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    i cant say i noticed any signifigant difference, but then again i dont notice much of a diffeence on my thrive and were both overclocking pretty much at the same frequency & governer(1424mhz/performance), only thing i notice is upon overclocking the device reaches feverish temps, after a couple clock burnout scares ive decided to leave the the kernal flashed and stay with stock clock speeds (216-1000mhz), if i ever need the clock muscle for an app of game emulator i'll tweak my clock speed up i suppose, on another note that looks like a kick ass keyboard what keyboard is that lol?
    Last edited by virgo.wattson; 10-11-2011 at 12:09 PM.
    (YEA I KNOW WHO LET THIS GUY ON THESE FORUMS HE'S SUCHA NOOB )

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    I can tell a difference but have some of the same issues. I am not starting to get many force closes with the launcher. Happens several times a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by virgo.wattson View Post
    i cant say i noticed any signifigant difference, but then again i dont notice much of a diffeence on my thrive and were both overclocking pretty much at the same frequency & governer(1424mhz/performance), only thing i notice is upon overclocking the device reaches feverish temps, after a couple clock burnout scares ive decided to leave the the kernal flashed and stay with stock clock speeds (216-1000mhz), if i ever need the clock muscle for an app of game emulator i'll tweak my clock speed up i suppose, on another note that looks like a kick ass keyboard what keyboard is that lol?
    Set the governer to ondemand like DJ Steve recommended and you will have no heat issues, performance locks the processor at the Max setting which is why it gets so hot.


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    Hmm.. interesting video.

    Keyboard looks like thumb keyboard on standard layout? Or Swiftkey x on standard layout? I use both, forgot which one it is.

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    Lenovo Y560 - i7q720, ATI 5730, G700

    Rooting Guides: BatFish CWM Guide | Dalepl Roms | Bilgediver Root Videos


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    I have never understood the need. I can't think of a single app that runs slow unless it is waiting for the network or SD card. And overclocking doesn't help in those situations. I would rather keep the CPU slower and save on battery life.

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    what kernel or scripts did u guys use to oc the thrive?

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    Alpha2

    [KERNEL] Placeholder for first thrive custom kernel

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    Toshiba Tank - OOM + Overclocked
    HTC Evo 3D - not rooted "yet"
    Lenovo Y560 - i7q720, ATI 5730, G700

    Rooting Guides: BatFish CWM Guide | Dalepl Roms | Bilgediver Root Videos



 
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