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    isnt that why the Pre is stock to 500Mhz? How it can handle 800Mhz?
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    the is 600 max on games and 500 regular, but if you change the frequency of it you can push it the 800 which caj said that is the max you can do with out bottlenecking it
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    Quote Originally Posted by livinofframen View Post
    thanks for the link !
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    Because overclocking means going above a CPU's manufacturer recommended operating speed! DUH!
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    To my limited knowledge the 600 thing is changing the clock thing.
    The 800/720 thing is a processor kernel change? Thus more stability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kedar View Post
    To my limited knowledge the 600 thing is changing the clock thing.
    The 800/720 thing is a processor kernel change? Thus more stability.
    Correct, the 720/800 patches are done with a custom kernel that caj+others(sorry I forgot your names) made. The 'max' spec for the chip is supposed to be 600, also where palm set their max in their kernel. In the customized kernel the sky is the limit (ok well 800 anyway).
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    Quote Originally Posted by KeeganDoomFire View Post
    Correct, the 720/800 patches are done with a custom kernel that caj+others(sorry I forgot your names) made. The 'max' spec for the chip is supposed to be 600, also where palm set their max in their kernel. In the customized kernel the sky is the limit (ok well 800 anyway).
    caj (jeff) unix (marco) lol

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