Motorola DROID overclocked to 1.1GHz

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Motorola DROID overclocked to 1.1GHz
The guys at AllDroid have done it again. This time, they have overclocked the DROID to a top speed of 1.1GHz. At that rate, the device was faster than a stock model of the Nexus One which comes with a 1GHz Snapdragon processor under the hood. The testing set the DROID's processor to speeds of 800MHz, 900MHz, 1GHz and 1.1GHz. The DROID was deemed to be most stable at 800MHz-900MHz. 1GHz was tested for just 5 minutes and 1.1 GHz was unstable. The DROID comes out of the box with a TI OMAP 600MHz chip underclocked to 550MHz.

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source: AllDroid


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11 Comments

1. jrcrow79

Posts: 477; Member since: May 02, 2008

hmm..I sense an OC thing here like with desktops

2. Griffin

Posts: 14; Member since: Jan 13, 2010

This may be a stupid question, but what is this article suppose to indicate??

3. Rhetoric

Posts: 74; Member since: Jul 25, 2009

That they overclocked the Droid to 1.1 gigahertz. I'm sure the context clues were simply too subtle, yes?

4. AZNphoneGeek

Posts: 200; Member since: May 15, 2009

i've always wanted an extreemly hot phone that will melt my battery cover to the housing & 1.1 hours of talk time!

5. Trobes05

Posts: 106; Member since: Aug 01, 2009

I would mind finding out how to overclock my droid to 800MHz. They should come out with a how to guide and an app to help.

6. rjt185

Posts: 257; Member since: Jun 11, 2009

At 1.1 Ghz it'll iron your pants, fry an egg, and reheat your cold starbucks in the morning.

7. cj100570

Posts: 204; Member since: May 12, 2009

Seeiing as how the proc is underclocked anyway I'm guessing this wasn't that hard to accomplish. Someone had already oc'd the Droid to 800MHz a few days after it's realease. At least according to a post I read on 1 of the Android forums.

8. breuker19

Posts: 6; Member since: Jan 11, 2010

They also set a record for the fastest death of a full charged Li-Ion battery

9. Kiltlifter

Posts: 742; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

What are the chances that overclocking slightly to like 600-700 not interfering or causing too much heat? It would be good to know b/c if you boost it even 110mHz you get 20% increase which is doable and would seem like a legitimate hack without causing too much harm.

10. iceman23

Posts: 31; Member since: Sep 21, 2009

Is there an Over Clocking app for android yet? On a weird note: There an iphone "hand warmer" app that runs the processor crazily in the background to overheat the iphone and warm your hands!!

11. corporateJP

Posts: 2458; Member since: Nov 28, 2009

This feedback section is great just for the smart-ass remarks. Kudos to you guys. And who are these speed-demons pushing these processors?

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