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Nokia N900 overclocked to 1GHz (video)

Posted on Monday, April 05 2010 @ 21:37:17 CEST by

Engadget reports Nokia's N900 smartphone has been overclocked to clockspeeds of up to 1050MHz, although the maximum stable clockspeed seems to be around 900MHz.
Nevertheless, owners are seeing significant speed improvements after updating their stock 600MHz QWERTY sliders with recompiled kernels (no CPU voltage hacks required). Although speeds in excess of 1GHz have been tested (1,050MHz still boots), it looks like 900MHz is the maximum stable clock speed you can expect before the doors rattle off -- but that's only after a weekend of testing. If things continue to go well then you'll see tweaked kernels of various clock speeds released for download soon enough -- something that should keep the device humming right through the commercial launch of MeeGo whether Nokia likes it or not.



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