Unstable apps overclocker going above 1.1GHZ

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    Unstable apps overclocker going above 1.1GHZ

    I cannot get this stable at anything above 1.1ghz. I keep reading other people clocking 1.2, 1.3, or even 1.4ghz using this app and it running good. Anytime i try any of those or even manually adjust voltage settings per slot the phone becomes unresponsive and slow as a turtle. I guess im just looking for any specific preset that someone uses to go above 1.1 with this app that actually works

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    I'm stuck at 1.1 also.

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    In an unusual im glad to hear that....i think...lol
    I just get jealous when i hear people running at higher speeds, i want that too. And i can't get my quadrant score higher than 1550

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    My post from the JRummy Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by AZSoftwareDeveloper View Post
    Okay, there are apparently some misconceptions about overclocking, and what a clock cycle is.

    A microprocessor is comprised of may tiny little logic gates, made up of transistors. These are put together to achieve what we know as the microprocessor, capable of handling multiple instructions.

    All of these gates however have a different propagation delay, meaning that it takes time for the result to be available. Obviously you can't use an answer before it's there, so in a processor, everything is synchronized based on the longest delay that exists in the processor.

    Not every transistor acts the same, there's a deviation that exists during manufacturing, so it opperates within a certain range, but outside of that, they cannot guarantee that all Omap processors respond the same when the clock cycle is increased.

    By overclocking, what you're really doing is telling the processor that the maximum delay is shorter than what it thinks. That's about it.

    So instead of it waiting 1000 pico seconds for a result to be available, it will use the result after 800 pico seconds.

    Hopefully that clears some things up

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    Currently running at 1.35, been as high as 1.45 with no problems. I've also read that some of the people that got their X's on launch day are having problems getting to 1.2, so I would assume that the old adage that no 2 phones are alike rings true in this case.

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    From what you posted im understanding that every processor reacts different. My only conflict with that is if that is true, then how can companies use the same processor on different boards clocked at different speeds?

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    Im at a stable 1.2 and scored a 1479. Perfectly fine with me!!
    IF YOU NEED HELP BE SPECIFIC , DON'T LEAVE ANYTHING OUT AND MOST IMPORTANT DON'T PANIC!!
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    People should have tried to OC the normal way, in order to realize if they were capped around 1.1-1.2 before they went and bought the app.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InfamousDX View Post
    People should have tried to OC the normal way, in order to realize if they were capped around 1.1-1.2 before they went and bought the app.
    so does this mean i'll never be able to clock higher with this phone or that different settings and further development is needed before it is possible?

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    It's a phone by phone case but some are capped around 1.1 (I'm capped at 1.175) and some can just make the jump much higher like 1.35-1.45. Development won't help

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