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can i clock faster than 333mhz if so how?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by hellcatfa, Jan 31, 2007.

  1. hellcatfa

    hellcatfa Guest

    i need to overclock dat edited by ddp to 1 ghz
     
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  2. rsrepp

    rsrepp Regular member

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    Max is 333 mhz, what are you talking about Ghz for?
     
  3. cmoney91

    cmoney91 Regular member

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    wtf, you're a edited by ddp there is no why the psp will EVER see 1Ghz i dare you to do it ,what a newb.LOL
     
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    Can you overclock it, like you do with PC's?
     
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    in short, it's not feasible.

    cmoney91: textspeak and bad grammar will bring you bad karma on this site.
     
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    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    hellcatfa, post edited & edit your sig ASAP as that will not be toerated here on this site. you are not going to get 1ghz speed out of a 333mhz cpu as the cpu will do a china syndrome 1st.

    cmoney91, whatch the language & attitude. post edited
     
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    Just to clarify the proclaimed "overclock" to 333 mhz. It Isn't even an overclock, that would insinuate changing FSB, Clock multiplier, things like that to achieve a higher clock speed. Unfortunately the PSP processor is a 333mhz processor, sony just underclocked it. When you "overclock" it, it's more so of unlocking the real clock speed.
     
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