Overclocking iPod touch 3g

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  1. ownerofspam

    ownerofspam Banned

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    Does anybody know if there has been an official release for an overclocking method on an iPod touch 3g or is that something I'm either going to have to do myself to talk to Musclenerd/dev team about?
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    Never mind.
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    I don't want this thread to fill up with questions "Why would you want that? It would overheat your device and cause issues!" I'm not concerned about that, I know that once you get past a certain point it begins to underclock it from watt usage and everything. I just want to know if it's possible and if not, if I should look into it.

    and if you really want to know, I want to see how fast I can get the FPS working on N64 and PSX emulators, as well as see if it can be ported to iPad efficiently. Don't worry about my reasons, has anyone heard anything?

    Edit: Fix your grammar :\
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    I have heard many things about this,but none that have held level ground,And I can see your reasons,I would also like my fps to go up but i'm on a 2G and even if their was overclocking I would not do it.
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    eh..looks the same a VM.
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    Just used the apple p-list version to enable Virtual RAM on my device, it's working wonderfully now. Close this thread baby!
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    haha good for you!

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