Google Nexus 7 overclocked to 2GHz, punches well above its weight
The stock Nexus 7 peaks at a 1.3GHz clock speed when it’s at full burn. That’s certainly good enough for the $199 price tag, but eager adopters have just hit a new record in trying to wring out even more of a bang for the buck. Courtesy of a custom Elite kernel from XDA-Developers‘ Clemsyn, the Tegra 3 in the mini tablet will scale all the way to a heady 2GHz. You’d be right in suspecting that it leads to some dramatic speed boosts: the Nexus 7 at this pace can put a Transformer Prime to shame in common benchmarks, let alone most smartphones. Reaching the loftier heights of performance does require nerves of steel, however. The Elite kernel is very much a rough build that the creator doesn’t yet trust with the public, and NVIDIA’s processor is already known to get toasty under significantly added stress. There’s hope a refined kernel will make for a safer venture into unknown territory. If you can’t wait to throw at least some caution (and the warranty) to the wind, though, hit the second source link for code that will reach a slightly less melt-prone 1.8GHz.
Pubblicato il 27/08/2012, in Hi-Tech con tag 2GHz, android, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, asus, Asus Nexus 7, AsusNexus7, clemsyn elite kernel, elite kernel, EliteKernel, google, google android, Google Nexus 7, jelly bean, JellyBean, kernel, nexus 7, Nexus7, NVIDIA, NVIDIA Tegra 3, overclock, overclocked, overclocking, tablet, tablet pc, TabletPcs, tablets, tegra, Tegra 3. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.