I'm wondering if anyone has tried to overclock the D3 since rooting. I'm not sure it's even possible right now with dual core.
I can't wait!
Does anyone have previous knowledge of how high the OMAP4330 in the Droid 3 can be overclocked?
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Probably able to get to 1.5ghz easy (and stable) Also able to overclock the gpu side of the omap4430 =]
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Just scroll down to the omap 4 section. 4430, 4440, and 4460 are all the same hardware (different configurations obviously)
Last edited by Cdjones187; 08-26-2011 at 09:03 PM.
Wont be able to flash kernels until the bootloader is unlocked, but OCing might be possible the same way it was done on the DX and D2.
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Plenty fast now after freezing the bloat and getting V6 Supercharger running, but I'd like to see 1.2 for everyday use.
I really don't care about overclocking this phone. It's plenty fast for my liking. Would like to get the free RAM a little higher. Evo keeps about 200 free RAM usually. And that phone is fast fast fast.
Mine was plenty fast after renaming the bloat but then I tried the V6 Supercharger on Multitasking mode; and viola "bricked" boot looping phone Go me... So I wanted to drop a line back saying watch out for using V6 Supercharger Update 9 beta on the droid 3. You may find yourself with a nice paperweight.