I have an ASUS P5P800 motherboard on my system. Recently, when I boot up it tells me that there's been an overclocking failure. I haven't done any overclocking on the system, never attempted any overclocking, or anything of the sort. Could anyone help me figure out what's going on here?
Galaxy S4 9500 only Standard Disclaimer: Im not responsible if something wrong happens to your device ;) Read the guide as much as you want before proceeding with overclocking
Overclocking and undervolting is highly debatable, some say its good and some say its bad... so its upto you to decide and proceed further
So I'm not saying that this will make your phone not "randomly" reboot or anything...
But, I've noticed that ever since Req's OC Kernel was released that people think that Setting MIN/MAX to 900 or 850 is the proper way to overclock, and since everyone's phone is different, you need to play with settings, and governors.
I was hoping you guys could help me with overclocking my galaxy SI9000.
It's rooted and running Cyanogenmod 10.1 nightly.
So...what's the best OC app you guys can recommend me?
And how should I approach it? I've had my fair share with PC overclocking and I'm fully aware of the risks, this is why I'm looking for advise from you guys :D
Seeing how well all the modifications to my phone are doing, I would like to start experimenting with overclocking a bit.
I have FroyoPro v2.5 installed, which is based on FroyoBread, so I would guess that overclocking on FroyoBread would have more or less the same effects as on FroyoPro. I'm on stock kernel, so overclocking would have to be done via modules.