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    OC'ing to 1.6!

    Where my time is spent away from the office!

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    Overclocking to 1.4 or 1.6, aren't you worried about the heat or stress on the processor. It just doesn't seem like it would be good to run it like that for the long haul.
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    I don't think it'll hurt it too bad as long as the temps aren't getting too high. People have had there Droids clocked at almost twice the stock speeds for over a year and a half with no problems.

    Sent from my Transformer

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    Does this do anything to the overall performance of the TF? I mean I OC my computer and it shows, not just in the benchmarks but overall as well. I can see the difference in performance and gaming. Is this for real on the TF, or just for benchmark bragging?

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    Overclocking is not stressful on the device. You will notice the overclock in fastpaced games or videos and the overall feel of the UI.

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    Is there anyway. To OC without rooting?
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    Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition - Dell Venue 11 Pro Bay Trail (On Order) - LG Optimus G Pro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickeylittle View Post
    Is there anyway. To OC without rooting?
    That's a negative.

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    Does anyone know if the OC'ing will help with the browser keyboard lag at all?

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    It will help.

 

 

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