Motorola DROID overclockable to 1.3GHz. Take that, Nexus One!
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2. rjt185 posted on 28 Jan 2010, 06:24 0 0
Droid does ... fry your eggs and heat your coffee in the mornings. Bumping specs a little could be handy if you have an electric outlet or extra battery handy ... otherwise ... hmmmm.
3. macron2000 posted on 28 Jan 2010, 07:21 0 0
I think that would be handy if I could tether my Droid to my laptop, but other wise, not worth the risk.
5. 203RichBoy posted on 28 Jan 2010, 08:10 0 0
Heard of Wireless/USB tether for Root Users? The free app?
4. imike12706 posted on 28 Jan 2010, 08:03 0 0
@skidodo142 -- I OC'd mine to 800MHz and also set a profile to downclock to 125MHz when asleep and such and am noticing better battery life with the combo as well as dramatically increased speed.
6. aluis09 posted on 28 Jan 2010, 09:24 0 0
New android user and was just wondering if I wanted to do the same if you could help me out a little bit and tell me how please? Thanks
8. jskrenes posted on 28 Jan 2010, 10:35 0 0
even if I don't want to overclock my droid, how do you set up a profile to underclock it? That sounds like a neat idea to save battery life.
14. Striker13084 posted on 28 Jan 2010, 19:37 0 0
I overclocked to 900MHz and it running great and I haven't noticed any sigifigant change to my battery life
9. jrcrow79 posted on 28 Jan 2010, 10:58 0 0
NEVER have a real keyboard on nexus one..rumors r nexus 2 will HAVE A REAL keyboard..hello!! personally I would think if you overclock ANY cellphone to 1.3ghz...you would need the software to keep up with it so...1ghz=droid 2.1...then 1.3ghz=droid 2.4 (IMOO)
15. Striker13084 posted on 28 Jan 2010, 19:39 0 0
ok, the nexus two is not the nexus one! The rumor is that nexus two is going to be a motorola anyway.
11. nak1017 posted on 28 Jan 2010, 12:26 0 0
DROID DOES... shortened processor life from heat fatigue Still, if I had one, I'd void that warranty. Awesome work whoever figured that out!
12. Dadler22 posted on 28 Jan 2010, 15:29 0 0
now my question is if you can overclock the driod to 1.3, why couldnt you overclock a snapdragon to more than that speed. And if you really must win against someone with a nexus one just go "wow you have t-mobile, whens the last time you saw that 3G icon light up?"
13. crappypunk posted on 28 Jan 2010, 17:08 0 0
I overclocked my droid to 900mhz and left it there for like 10 mins.. it cooked my processor so have fun with that 1.3 guys