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    thesigler is offline -Hacks Newbie
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    I was wanting to know if anyone has heard about a psp messing up becouse of overclocking?


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    XxEtrnlDeathXx is offline -Hacks Neophyte
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    "overclocking" as you put it won't mess up your PSP. It was designed to run at that speed.

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    if by "overclocking" you mean 333mhz then no, no harm cuz it's designed to run at that (meaning you aren't actually overclocking it).

    If you kicked it up to 1ghz, then yeah, you might wanna put a heatsink on that puppy.

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    how come the psp comes set at 222 and what good do you get by overclocking
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    It is set at 222mhz to save battery life. Turning it up get you better power. But drains the battery quickly.

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    so when the more efficient battery comes out sony will over clock. how do i overclock now?
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    Download the PSP Overclocker.

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