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[Q] A question about overclocking

5th June 2014, 04:07 PM |#1  
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How much do you overclock and how stable is your tablet? I have mine clocked at 1400 constantly and so far only had a couple of hang-ups. I know from my experience that it's pretty unstable at 1700, but what about 1500-1600?
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Beyond 1200 doesn't really gain you much and may even degrade performance, along with instability. Might give you better benchmarks, but real world, 1200 is probably the sweet spot for stability with modest performance increase.
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1400MHz for years, tried 1500MHz but crashed fairly regularly
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I've been sitting at 1400mhz for years as well. Noticable improvement in even the smoothness of the GUI.

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Been using it at 1200 MHz -- while 1400 was ok, was using too much juice. Also, I don't see that much difference betwen both clocks, although I'm not a heavy gamer anyway.
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