Liberty and Droid Overclock

Discussion in 'Liberty ROM DX' started by brenneisec, Feb 18, 2011.

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    So I've been running Liberty 1.5 and Jrummy's Droid Overclock together and got it tuned in to 1.45Ghz. My X is screaming. Pulled a 1752 in quadrant last night!

    Not sure if this is anything special but I got really excited so I thought I'd post it haha

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    I'm running the same setup and i CAN'T seem to get mine to run above 1.35 without major lag and freezes. Same phones and all i'm not sure why mine won't let me get up that high... hmmmm
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    That's a good screenshot but I was expecting more from a dx running at 1.45 since my d1 breaks out around 1850 at 1.3 ghz
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    I was about to get that once before when overclocked to 1.35 but the quadrant score jumps around for me. Sometimes il get 1750, sometimes il get 1800.
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    Every cpu is different some can't clock past 1.0. Consider yourself lucky you can get 1.35.
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    Well that sucks. I'm happy with it. Once i flashed Liberty 1.5 it helped with the speed. Runs a heck of a lot better than the stock rom that came with the phone.
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    I can clock pretty high but quandrant scores very like the sun. Ive gotten over 1700 scores on 1.250. Guess I should up the voltage a little and see what happens. Scores have never been consistent though. I just got a 1705 1.25@71vsel.
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    It's funny... On my Droid X, the most I was ever able to overclock it was while it was stock. I was also able to hit 1.45 GHz. Now, if I go above 1.3 GHz, with Liberty, I am dead in the water.

    I don't really overclock anymore. The X doesn't seem capable of reaching the GHz needed to actually make a difference. If it did, it would melt.

    Meanwhile, my friend is able to overclock his G2 to 1.60 GHz and hit quadrants of 5000+. Makes no sense. I understand the processors are different, but that is a night and day difference. Yet, even with his score, my Liberty X is still a faster phone. Summary, quadrants means little. I suspect Linpack is not very well geared towards the X.