Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Nexus 7 Overclocked Portrays Better Score In Quadrant Benchmark

The Nexus 7 is no doubt one of the best value tablets in the market, it has the latest software, has a quad core CPU and the best thing is that it is only $199 for the 8GB model. The Nexus 7 comes with an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad core SoC which is clocked a 1.4GHz. It running android means you can tweak the whole tablet and even overclock it. Overclocking on android tablets may cause in system crashes, overheating and battery drainage, but for that you get better performance. One developer named "Morfic" took the Tegra  processor on the Nexus 7 and overclocked it to 1.64GHz which is a 240MHz overclock, and you will ask what is the results ? This resulted in the Quadrant score skyrocketing to above 7000 and the best thing is the battery life is still good. He used the Trinity Kernel Toolbox which allows him to overclock for gaming and underclock during other times and that all translates into a good battery life. 
Source: Phonearena
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