Ipid touch Overclocking

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  1. MisterUniverse

    MisterUniverse New Member

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    Hi,
    don't know where to post this so I decided to do this here.

    Yesterday a friend told me that the Ipod got an 600 mghz processor(?) which runs with 400 mghz.

    Know I asked myself if it would be possible to "overclock" it to its real 600 mghz.

    Do you think that would be possible?

    MU
  2. mcdavid68

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    post it in general chat

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  3. hockeycraze12000

    hockeycraze12000 New Member

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    It is possible, but it would kill your battery speed.

    Jon Zdziarski (zdziarski.com) overclocks the CPU but about 50 mhz to play his NES app, and you can change it in the settings of that app.

    Maybe you can email him on how to do it.
  4. Apple Guy

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    Whoa! That would be awesome to oc the iPod's proc!
  5. Das ?

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    Actually the FW uses 412 MhZ since 1.1.4 and real capacity is 667 MhZ
  6. Monkey Jam

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    How do you know these things?

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    but why would you want to OC the iPod. There are no apps that would benefit it and your battery would be gone in like ten minutes!
  7. Das ?

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    I read many things and its confirmed...google is your friend
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    yahtrickya New Member

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    I would rather underclock it to 200mhz for better battery life
  9. Apple Guy

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    The iPhone has the higher clocked processor, but the iPod has the underclocked processor.

    Answer this for me: Why doesn't the iPhone lose battery life in "10 minutes"
  10. Das ?

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    wtf?
    Explain this post pls...

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