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    When using WebOS I had installed Preware, Govnah, etc and overclocked the processor.

    I recently installed CM9.

    I wanted to know whether the processor is still overclocked,

    Are there any android apps like Govnah on WebOS that let me see the processor speed and temperature?

    Any one done overclocking with CM9?

    Thanks!
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    I personally use No-frills CPU Control. There is another more full featured app, I can not come up with the name, it is featured in RevKyle's video on over-clocking. http://lmgtfy.com/?q=revtv+overclocking
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    Quote Originally Posted by albert_e View Post
    When using WebOS I had installed Preware, Govnah, etc and overclocked the processor.

    I recently installed CM9.

    I wanted to know whether the processor is still overclocked,

    Are there any android apps like Govnah on WebOS that let me see the processor speed and temperature?

    Any one done overclocking with CM9?

    Thanks!
    I use Cpu Master Free, from the market.

    Its free......
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    I use no frills too.
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    I use CPU Master. Works fine.

    To answer the orginal question - no it isn't overclocked by default. If you don't use any app, then it goes back to the default (1.2ghz?)

    Alan

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