no difference in overclocking

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  1. addictedhacks

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    So I overclock from 1000 to 1350 without issues. Thing is I don't even notice a difference in the speeds. Am I doing something wrong? If I go to 1400 or above my phone is slow and freezes.
     
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    The benefits of overclocking are mostly just a smoother experience rather than just a raw speed boost. With that said, if overclocked correctly you should be able to tell in responsiveness if your clocking to 1200 mhz and above.
     
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    I would also purchase quickclock advanced from the market and run that to see what overclock settingd runs best on your phone.
     
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    +1 on quickclock....I bet you find 1300 to be smoothest experience. Set up profiles if you can. I use both quickclock and D2O....quickclock to calibrate and D2O to control. I have big speed boost and battery is lasting very long. I will post a thread up tomorrow with screenshots. If set up right your phone will be much more responsive and live longer.

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    OK, what is D2O?
     
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    I've been overclocking for over a year now with my Droid 1 and I have learned that I personally can not tell the difference in between 800mhz and 1.25ghz (the fastest my D1 will take). I now routinely use 800 and do realize better battery life, though not by much. YMMV!! :)
     
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