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    im-still-waiting is offline -Hacks Member
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    waats d cpu speed of a.....lets say 2.6 psp clocked at???????
    its just something i would like to know

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    the PSP can operate 3 different clock speeds irrespective of the firmware its running.. the Clock speeds are: 222Mhz, 226MhZ, 333Mhz...
    These speeds cant be set using the PSP's XMB and so they are achieved only through homebrew apps like Emulators, Devhook etc..
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    no,i mean what is the default cpu of the psp without using any homebrew
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    I think 222MHz. I can say it's definitely not 66MHz, because the XMB lags. At 111MHz, everything seems to run fine, except games and videos, so I think the XMB uses that for music playback. For everything else, the XMB probably uses 222MHz (the PSP's default clockspeed).
    How do I know this? Well I'm guessing, but it's based on the fact that faster clock speeds use battery faster.

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    the default clock speed for the PSP is 222 Mhz..
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