Today, 05:20 AM   #1

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Overclocking?

Did anyone find a way to sqeeze out the juice of this slow 167mHz processor? Does it really work? Big improuvement?

 
Today, 06:22 AM   #2

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I wouldn’t dare. By the way…Raiden…this “slow” processor, as far as I can tell, is a state of the art dual core microrpocessor with two sides. One in charge of DSP and the other arm processor. No wonder my brother’s PDA2K is sometimes just a bit faster than my 6365 and lasts half the time on battery than mine. I’m just waiting for another ROM update….to put a final knife through his precious PDA2K’s heart. Look here:

http://focus.ti.com/general/docs/wt…/data/omap_1510

 
Today, 03:02 PM   #3

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Originally Posted by barrr

I wouldn’t dare. By the way…Raiden…this “slow” processor, as far as I can tell, is a state of the art dual core microrpocessor with two sides. One in charge of DSP and the other arm processor. No wonder my brother’s PDA2K is sometimes just a bit faster than my 6365 and lasts half the time on battery than mine. I’m just waiting for another ROM update….to put a final knife through his precious PDA2K’s heart. Look here:

http://focus.ti.com/general/docs/wt…/data/omap_1510

Maybe, but I had a Ipaq 3900 witch was MUCH MUCH faster then my new 6315

 
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The 3900 series was a terrific series…mine is still in use!

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