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18th April 2012, 01:06 AM |#11  
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It's free or was on xda. The developer puts the free version on here. No pirating.
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18th April 2012, 01:35 AM |#12  
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Lol, its a paid app, i can't encourage pirating,,,Its only 2 or so dollars though so buy it and support the devs

Dude its free to xda members from what I hear but is a paid/donate version on market. If only I had a credit card...

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18th April 2012, 02:01 AM |#13  
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I prefer nofrills cpu control. It's also free.

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19th April 2012, 07:09 PM |#14  
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I have been running at 1.2 for a year now and no problems whatsoever. Actually, what I have found has helped performance was to set the minimum CPU a little higher. It allows for a little less lag while your CPU is "spinning up." (I mean at 230, not at 500 or something)
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1.2 is a very stable Overclock. You shouldn't run into any problems with that setting. Anything above 1.5 I wouldn't mess with, and you probably wouldn't see much of a real world speed increase from it anyway.

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22nd April 2012, 01:50 AM |#16  
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1.2 is a very stable Overclock. You shouldn't run into any problems with that setting. Anything above 1.5 I wouldn't mess with, and you probably wouldn't see much of a real world speed increase from it anyway.

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+1

Not to mention battery life goes in the toilet at high clockspeeds
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