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    Hi guys, i just wondering is it possible to make CPU speed be 400 MHz on N5800 ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabanasta
    Hi guys, i just wondering is it possible to make CPU speed be 400 MHz on N5800 ??
    it already is when u flash cfw with xtension. i dont no how the creater of that cfw did it but it is impossible to overclock the 5800. putting it up to 400mhz will eat up the battery and can fry the mobile. try out Xtension^5

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    Default Re: 400 MHz

    but it's 434 by default mby you mean 500?!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanja5800
    but it's 434 by default mby you mean 500?!!
    its only 434mhz by default wen u update the firmware to v40.
    cfws can boots this higher but not as high as 500mhz because that would just overheat and drain the battery very fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paolo599
    it already is when u flash cfw with xtension. i dont no how the creater of that cfw did it but it is impossible to overclock the 5800. putting it up to 400mhz will eat up the battery and can fry the mobile. try out Xtension^5
    Thats only idle cpu clock rate. There is no way to overclock our phones just yet. In the near future maybe when a core editor is released

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    Default Re: 400 MHz

    532mhz is the real maximum it can be overclocked to (if possible) but i wouldnt recommend overclocking it to even 450mhz because u will really see the difference

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    Default Re: 400 MHz

    hye my friends.. may i know what the application can see
    the CPU, RAM, memory.. for nokia 5800?

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    Default Re: 400 MHz

    i thought we can play wit core files ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcube989
    Thats only idle cpu clock rate. There is no way to overclock our phones just yet. In the near future maybe when a core editor is released
    What do you mean idle clock rate??
    What is the point in keeping clock rate high when cpu is idle?? .. I don't understand.. there is no way it will improve performance.., instead, it will eat up battery without any performance gain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by syukurz
    hye my friends.. may i know what the application can see
    the CPU, RAM, memory.. for nokia 5800?
    the keyword is: phonetinfo
    be sure to use the latest
    all other stuff like file managers are crap at this point cuz they read 5800 clock rate like 192 mhz..


 
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