Rockbox Ports are now being developed for various digital audio players!
I remember somebody experimented with overclocking the ipod 4G cpu a while ago. I think he got it to nearly 100 mhz per core.
Quote from: Mad Cow on March 22, 2007, 04:29:49 PMI remember somebody experimented with overclocking the ipod 4G cpu a while ago. I think he got it to nearly 100 mhz per core. Yes. You can use nearly every hardware chip / element out of specs, but nobody, especially the manufacturer, gives you any guarantees about this. Using hardware out of specs is nothing an average or even experienced user should do or be able to. Which means there should never be any option in Rockbox allowing to do so -- it's simply a stupid idea. Unless you are smart enough, have the knowledge of the hardware and know how to do this, of course. Which will be something like 0.00001% of all Rockbox users.You can even overclock your DAP to be a coffee maker. But it will do this only once and only for a really short time. Most likely not long enough for heating up even one coffee. And when using chips out of specs you can reach this limitation pretty fast ...
Does anyone think it would be safe to configure the e200 to run at 75Mhz?Currently it reports 11Mhz is this accurate?
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