Droid bionic OCd to 1.3 ghz 1.5 ghz possible with ICS

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    Hey every i am running Team haters redhead rom an OCd to 1.3 ghz with a long bench of 154 ms (setcpu) an no lag on a 1 hr stress test i OCd this bad boy up to 1.3 on GB but ran into stability problems with a long bench of 289-400 ms (setcpu) an a stress test of 1 hr with 23 lags if i am correct with recent experience with OCing the bionic the bionics chip set has the capabilities to hit 1.5 ghz before running into problems. Most likely cuz of the better dual core support on ICS, hardware acceleration an system optimization. What are ur opinions?

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    I tried Red Head but ran into bugs with bluetooth and some other small stuff. Have they released a new version?
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    Idk but its running smooooth an fast plus i love the custom governors for the cpu
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    What governor are you using?
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    Well for the bench mark test performance but the new governors u can use (setcpu or rom tool box) are interactivex, smartass v2, boostedass v2, hotplugx, and pegasusq
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    i have to say though with this rom an overclock/governors i have amazing battery life on the stock battery going 12 hrs an have 20% left on my battery with moderate usage
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    I use to flash roms everyday on my d1 but not on the bionic. You've got me wanting to be a flashaholic again lol
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    Actually there aren't enough workarounds yet to REALLY flash out on the locked BL, and if you're stuck at 1Ghz after the ICS flash you can't OC :-( I remember somebody saying we should put together a distributed processing package (like seti@home or einstein project) to try to crack the bootloader encryption with a few thousand PCs at the same time, sounds like a good plan, but I don't even have a clue how we would start... I RUN seti and einstein on all my boxen in screen saver mode because I like the projects, and they look way cool running, but I haven't a clue how they really work, sorta like insane clown posse and magnets.

    (edit) and I absolutely agree with sarge, that based on his benches and stress that it would easily do 1.5 or even 1.66 with none or minor stability issues (ALWAYS been something really weird about stability and speeds that end in multiples of 11, particularly 33 or 66...heck, those premium cetified turbo gold label (or whatever they call them, supposedly the pick of the litter of Razr,D4,Bionic Procs) razr procs might do 1.733 (and no, I don't say heck, but I'm trying to be family friendly on the forum)
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    A brute force attack using a super computer with 10.51 pentaflops processor with 1000 combination checks per second on a 128bit encryption is not possible it would take 1 billion billion yrs to crack moto has a 256 which would take 10x56 yrs (x56 being 56 zeros behind the 10)
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    Also if everyone on the planet owned 10 super computers (same as in the above statement) there are 7 billion people on the planet each computer can test 1 billion combinations per second it would take 77x24 yrs to crack 128 bit encryption
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    So my personal 160 bit blowfish from my late 90s KGB security suite (which was like $29 or warez back in the day) REALLY can't be cracked even by the NSA, especially with a long passphrase? Impressive math, means even Los Alamos couldn't crack it with Sequoyah before the sun blows up. Billion billion = 1.0 X 10 to the 18th? a Pentillion?, ( I think, million=6, billion=9, trillion=12, quadrillion=15, pentillion=18, etc?) darn, that's almost incomprehensible. I guess 160 bit would actually put us at 1.0 X 10 to the 21st or thereabouts, a hexillion. Sorta like the judgement against limewire being $12 for every mile in a light year but way crazier.
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    Yup the FBI confiscated hard drives from a known corrupt banker for money laundering to terrorist an couldnt crack the 128 bit encryption so they are now stored in a security vault till the technology to crack it is developed
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    off topic even further, but, IIRC the actual blowfish docs were 160 bits per 6 characters of passphrase, and I used to use tongue twisters like peterpiperpickedapeckofpickledpeppers....I guess my old encrypted SCSI drives are relatively safe :) sorta comforting actually even though all there was in them was a bunch of pirated commercial stuff and keygens, etc.
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