Monday, August 27, 2012

Google Nexus 7 Gets Overclocked To 2GHz

 A few weeks back the Nexus 7 was overclocked to 1.7GHz which translates to a 7000+ quadrant score and the best thing about it is that the battery life is still good enough to use. Now an XDA Dev mamber clemsyn has managed to overclock the Tegra 3 processor in the Nexus 7 to 2000MHz @ 2GHz. This is achieved by using a custom kernel and got a 700MHz increase in clock speed. Normally overclocking apps in android are limited to a number of frequencies because when it is clocked at higher speeds devices start to get hot and the battery life gets worser. The app used by the user is not yet publicly available yet because it is not stable but it might be available in the XDA Dev page when it is stable. When the Nexus 7 was overclocked to 2GHz it posted 8000+ points in quadrant. Click here to go to the XDA Dev page to know how to overclock your Nexus 7 to a less aggressive clock of 1.8GHz. Just remember overcloking an android device will void your warranty and may cause some issues.
Source: Phonearena 
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