HTC ThunderBolt overclocked to the astonishing 2.016GHz
0. phoneArena posted on 05 Apr 2011, 06:55
There are guys who love nothing better than to play with their devices, and sometimes they achieve some truly astonishing feats...
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2. Spdr (unregistered) posted on 05 Apr 2011, 07:20 0
Might sound like a silly question, (apologies if it does), but when if u've overclocked ur phone's chipset won't you need to worry about overheating and how do u deal with cooling it down, or does the battery simply run out before it gets the chance to overheat
8. Ralston1983 posted on 05 Apr 2011, 10:25 0
It's not a silly question at all. With over clocking, some chips require more voltage then others to reach high speeds (not all chips are capable of OC'ing). In this case, I don't see a phone user being able to increase voltage to a cell phone cpu, there fore, the current cooling should be suffice until the battery drains dead.
3. Tre-Nitty posted on 05 Apr 2011, 07:44 2
Yeah the battery on that will die in about an hour. Then again my inspire is overclocked to 1.8 so maybe I shouldn't be talking lol.
4. me (unregistered) posted on 05 Apr 2011, 07:47 0
Go high speed phone. I want to see the dual core at 2.4 Ghz to equal my last desktop. Bring on full photoshop on a 3.7-4.3 inch screen so I can edit and process my 30 Mb raw files on the road and create 300 Mb Tif's. Might need to add an external HDD and rig up a Laptop battery and even a bluetooth mouse.
5. me (unregistered) posted on 05 Apr 2011, 07:51 0
But seriously, is it possible to over clock my HD2 ? My current desktop runs at 4 Ghz quad core.
6. skymitch89 posted on 05 Apr 2011, 10:20 0
I believe that you can if you put Android on it. Not really sure if it can with WinMobile.
9. tedkord posted on 05 Apr 2011, 12:45 0
I don't think so. It is possible in theory to make an App for OCing the Snapdragon under WinMo 6.5, but I don't know of anyone who has done it. But, I think there is an Android app for OCing used by those who've put Android on their HD2.
I can OC my Samsung Omnia 2 (WinMo6.5) with FPUEnabler and S3Clock, but this is specific to this processor. (I never OC it, it just doesn't give enough benefit, and is unstable if I OC to more than 900MHz from 800MHz)
7. skymitch89 posted on 05 Apr 2011, 10:21 0
That's some really good speeds, but I'm sure that it isn't very stable at those speeds though.
11. Schmao posted on 05 Apr 2011, 17:12 0
Yeah, but what's the point of having such high speeds. The software is not optimized to take advantage of the speed. Even with a Custom ROM everything is already opening quickly with the Thunderbolt; how much quicker will over-clocking it so high get it?
10. Kjayhawk posted on 05 Apr 2011, 12:47 1
Isn't that the fastest overclock speed? I thought it use to be the nokia n900 which was overclocked to 1.9ghz. Very cool though