BUT: there isn't any performance change. Then I checked it on my device(Xiaomi Mi2) - exactly the same result.
I watched a video about Nexus4 overclock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96hsPe-JH2M
As you can see there isn't any change, too(the minor differences are just random).
Then Quarx found a very interesting commit in MotoG's kernel log:
The message tells us, that QCOM devices normally are "screened" which basically means, that if your max freq is 1.2GHZ, it doesn't matter what you change in the kernel source. it will always be 1.2GHZ even if it shows 100GHZ because the SoC is limiting that.
There are some older SoC's with adreno 2xx which seem to be overclockable without any problems.
But all new SoCs seem to be screened which prevents overclocking.
Some more tests of other devices and SoC's would be helpful.