[iclockwork]underclocking app for touch - Extreme PRE-DEV

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  1. yahtrickya

    yahtrickya New Member

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    [iclockwork] Project closed.

    Sorry guys, I found out that an clocking program cannot be made in c++.
    and I do not know assembly, and I don't think the toolkit works with that.
    Sorry to get your hopes up.
    -will
  2. Tman47

    Tman47 Active Member

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    i think theres already been someone developing this...
  3. jmiz9000

    jmiz9000 New Member

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    when u make ur apps i will be happy to host them
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    rocker5 New Member

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    nice idea faster psx!!!!!
  5. Winterboard

    Winterboard Well-Known Member

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    Tman47 Active Member

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    haha what?
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    Winterboard Well-Known Member

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    I want to warm my hands with this

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  8. windmaster0

    windmaster0 New Member

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    it may be faster but
    you will have WAY more heat than usual
    and i dont want my ipod spontaniously combusting
  9. Apple Guy

    Apple Guy Well-Known Member

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    Not thaaaaat much more heat. Think about it, if the iPod runs at 412 MHz and the iPhone runs around 620 MHz then if you overclock your iPod to 700 MHz it will generate a little more heat than the iPhone does
  10. Puredudes

    Puredudes New Member

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    Yeah but dosn't the iphone have a better battery too?

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