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Overclocking varies between phones, some can go up to 1600 others can't. Try raising it in steps and see how it reacts (gets hot, freezes...)
I use 400 min and 1600 max on mine and for me it's fine.
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Well from what I've seen the i9300 can be overclocked to 1.8ghz safely so I'm really looking for a kernel that let's me overclock to 1.8ghz and also have sound tools like boeffla or even stweaks.

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Well from what I've seen the i9300 can be overclocked to 1.8ghz safely so I'm really looking for a kernel that let's me overclock to 1.8ghz and also have sound tools like boeffla or even stweaks.

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Try devil2 kernel.
you can overclock to 2.0ghz.
And its have boeffla sounds tool.
If you use the Deviltools with it.
Not every Processor can be overclocked to 1.8ghz.
Watch out what you are doing before you brick you're phone.

Send From A Devil3 - f2fs - Dualboot Jb4.3/cm11 Powered Machine
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Samsung Galaxy S III GT-I9300 Dual Boot.
Kernel: Devil3 4_0.1.4 [4.4.x, 4.3.x] - f2fs Filesystem - Dualboot
Recovery: Devil-i9300-recovery
Rom1: My Own Custom Rom Base JB4.3
Rom2: Cm11.
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Problem is I have tried that devil kernel and a few major things didn't work like no wifi and few other things.

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I'll see what I can do and install it

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What's the name of the app that you use to control the devil2 kernel or configure it?

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What's the name of the app that you use to control the devil2 kernel or configure it?

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It's called Deviltools.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=41346443

Send From A Devil3 - f2fs - Dualboot Jb4.3/cm11 Powered Machine
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Samsung Galaxy S III GT-I9300 Dual Boot.
Kernel: Devil3 4_0.1.4 [4.4.x, 4.3.x] - f2fs Filesystem - Dualboot
Recovery: Devil-i9300-recovery
Rom1: My Own Custom Rom Base JB4.3
Rom2: Cm11.
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