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4th April 2012, 06:31 PM |#41  
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STOP TORTURING OUR X8!
it is not ment to be 800hz or higher!
you can buy xperia neo,it is very cheap now and it has 1hz i think..
 
 
4th April 2012, 06:33 PM |#42  
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STOP TORTURING OUR X8!
it is not ment to be 800hz or higher!
you can buy xperia neo,it is very cheap now and it has 1hz i think..

i think that our X8 can go a lot higher than 800 Hz
4th April 2012, 10:19 PM |#43  
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i think that our X8 can go a lot higher than 800 Hz

I believe that the galaxy ace uses the same chip but clocked at 800 my phone is stable at 768 maybe get higher with more volts lol
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5th April 2012, 06:04 AM |#44  
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I believe that the galaxy ace uses the same chip but clocked at 800 my phone is stable at 768 maybe get higher with more volts lol
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i meant that our device can run on freqeuncy a lot higher than 800Hz, because 800 Hz=0,0008 MHz
5th April 2012, 10:45 AM |#45  
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if you download setcpu(not antutu!)

then you have max frequency of 1000mhz but it will probABLY brick your phone so ....
5th April 2012, 11:17 AM |#46  
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if you download setcpu(not antutu!)

then you have max frequency of 1000mhz but it will probABLY brick your phone so ....

Not probably, but DEFINITELY !
5th April 2012, 02:42 PM |#47  
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Not probably, but DEFINITELY !

Its not definately because you may have just a reboot not brick.

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22nd April 2012, 08:48 PM |#48  
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Not every core support high oc...but i was kinda suprised that our cpu can only go max 800++Mhz...coz i oc'ed my old milestone n running stable on 1.1Ghz on stock kernel..

For me i need to oc just to minimize lags in certain phone activity...

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Funny tip: Change the CPU. To something better
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if you download setcpu(not antutu!)

then you have max frequency of 1000mhz but it will probABLY brick your phone so ....

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Not probably, but DEFINITELY !

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Its not definately because you may have just a reboot not brick.

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nope... 1000mhz = 1000 milihertz = 1 Hz... so yea it's perfectly safe
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