I used to have issues overclocking with the stock ROM but after switching to Fission I am stable at 1.4 on low voltage.
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Quickclock advanced is nice. It checks bmv aswell as bmf and creates profiles, leaning towards the conservative side which is good. Its fully editable and calculates bmv based on user input for Max speed. I bump up the vsels a couple because bmvs are set a too low and I will get random reboots with stock settings. During the day I run the battery saver profile and eliminate the highest settings and use high speed for after work.
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I dunno if it's still the case, but the original Celeron chips were nothing more then Pentiums that failed quality testing for the speeds they were looking for, but were stable at lower speeds... So instead of discarding them, they rebranded them and sold them for a lower price... But to an enterprising overclocker who knew what to do, you could do a massive overclock on the chips (Similar in scale to what they did with the OG Droid) and have a chip that performs better then a stock Pentium for half the price.
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Originally Posted by jntowers
I used the 1.3ghz preset to make my own. I notied that my set (mexican droid x), became not just unstable, but unusable if I used the 1.4 or 1.45ghz presets; so i decided to take it up to 1.35ghz. Only thing I changed from the 1.3 preset, was the last slot (obviously) to 1350000, and its voltage to 70. As well as the "Max" value(s) of course.
Been using this set in Liberty GB 0.7, 0.8, 0.9, MIUI 1.85... & now in Apex 2.0 RC2. This setting has proven to be stable, fast and responsive for me.
I use quadrant to test the speed, and well, not much you can do to test everything else, but just use the phone.
I suppose those are my suggestions.
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