I really wish I had the skills to change Gpu clock speed, but I'm afraid I don't. I have tried to find the relevant information without much success. I would love to be able to compile my own kernel with oc'ing to 1.5ghz (default set at 1.2ghz though) with gpu overclocking capabilities, all of which could be controlled with a single app interface, but I am just not good enough at all. I am afraid that by the time I have the skills to do it, no one will even own the tab anymore. I am learning about kernel development, a friend is giving me his galaxy s in a 4 months, which I plan to learn to develop on, so when I am learning I wouldn't break my tab. That's why I was asking you with the overclocking of the gpu as I just am not good enough at kernel development to do anything apart from compiling a kernel from source, and making some very, very basic changes, sorry to have asked about it I know there is much more important things to be done. I would just love to play decent games on the tab, and with decent hardware acceleration in ice, maybe oc'ing the gpu would have made the tab a couple of fps smoother. Anyway, thank you
Same here, I wish I had the skills too, but I don't. I would love to try to overclock the Gpu in our dear old tab. I just wouldn't know where to start
Edit: I thought a direct quote from the famous movie 'Star Wars A new hope' was fitting, "Pershoot you're my only hope"
Edit 2: Sorry pershoot, I don't want to sound unappreciative, thank you so much for all your work on this, it really does mean a lot
If I have helped you, please press the "Thanks" button Phones:
---HTC Desire - Kit Kat Rom, CPU OC to 1.13ghz
---Moto G 16gb - Stock
---Galaxy Note 3 N9005 32gb - X-NOTE Rom, UV'd CPU with leanKernel
SOLD: HTC hero, Galaxy s2, Galaxy s3, nexus 4 Tablets:
---Nexus 10 32gb - PA ROM, GPU OC to 667mhz, UV'd GPU & CPU with KT Kernel
SOLD: Archos 70it, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Nexus 7 32GB
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