Attached are two modified kernels.
3.0.8-01136 is based on the current HTC European kernel
3.0.8-01053 is based on the current T-Mobile kernel
They will probably work better if you use are currently running a similar kernel.
All I did was add the following frequencies to the cpufreq table:
1.62GHz, 1.728GHz and 1.809GHz
It boots at 1.809GHz
Use setCPU to change the maximum frequency if you don't want it to run at up 1.809GHz.
I know there is a module to do more or less the same thing as this but having it built into the kernel is much easier and it allows the ondemand governor to use all the new frequencies.
I wrote some code to patch the kernel so it's easy to make this work with any other kernel version.
See http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...0&postcount=24 for the source and instructions.
These are installable zips, flash the kernel using the latest CWM (at least version 220.127.116.11).
Copy the zip file to /sdcard, reboot into recovery and install just like a ROM.
If you want to test it first you can extract the boot.img from the zip and boot using:
fastboot boot boot.img