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By raynan, Senior Member on 14th February 2014, 01:42 AM
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Just kind of curious if it's even possible to O/C the Nexus 5 GPU. My previous device was a Note 2 and that could be O/C'd twice its stock XD.

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14th February 2014, 01:50 AM |#2  
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Just kind of curious if it's even possible to O/C the Nexus 5 GPU. My previous device was a Note 2 and that could be O/C'd twice its stock XD.

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its possible. but you wont see a difference in performance(except more battery drain). we are limited in fps to 60fps. the nexus 4 gpu is/was overclocked as well, until people started to realize that it made no difference.
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Fair enough. :P
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Fair enough. :P


Just an example.
But just as simms22 said, not visual advantage. I actually underclock to (potentially save power)
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Just an example.
But just as simms22 said, not visual advantage. I actually underclock to (potentially save power)

i underclock it slightly as well, 389mhz
14th February 2014, 09:01 AM |#6  
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Over clocking a GPU without a dedicated heatsink is just stupid.

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