Is it possible to clock the CPU back to 620mhz

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  1. RudiRulez

    RudiRulez New Member

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    The itouch and iphone both have 620mhz cpu's and apple underclocked them to 412mhz to save battery life, i was just wondering if its possible to knock it back up to 620mhz (thats over 50% increase, think of the emulator speeds and apps we could run, this has been done before on the psp it went from 222 to 333mhz and the games ran a hell of alot smoother) Any developers willing to try.

    Thanks for any replys guys.
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    Probably won't happen for a long time
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    So you want your iPod to last less than an hour?
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    What kinda math did you use to get over a 50% increase in performance from 412 MHz to 620MHz?
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    RudiRulez New Member

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    If we could have it to switch up to 620 just when we needed it we would get longer than an hour battery life. If someone could make it so when you double click the home button it switches to 620 and then double click again and it goes back to 412 that would be great.
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    Half of 412 is 206, and 412 + 206 = 618. Therefore, a 50% increase.
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    RudiRulez New Member

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    well i halved 412 which is 206 then i added it back onto 412 and got 618 which would be a 50% increase, and 620 is higher than 618 which means its higher than a 50% increase.

    Edit: Dam awal you beat me to it.
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    Gah, my brain was off I wasn't thinking.
    I thought 412x2=824 so I thought that would be a 50% increase, but thats a 100% increase. Sorry, stupid moment for me.
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    RudiRulez New Member

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    no probs, i do stuff like that all the time.

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  10. xcheetahx123

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    wow learn math rbsis

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