the mother טאבלט Xoom 1.504GHz is the new trend in overclocking?
The smartphones (and especially the most powerful ones, which have already been dubbed "superphones") and tablets that are popping up like mushrooms after the rain lately bring with them a performance we never dreamed we would see in the mobile device market, and the trend will only grow. , Amount of RAM, graphics core, benchmark, multi-core and more are becoming standard even when talking about Unlocked או טאבלט.
The level of performance that is evolving in giant steps has not disappeared from the eyes of the various Overclocks, it seems, and lately we can see more and more devices that get extra speed that takes their performance to the extreme, along with the results of dedicated benchmarks like Quadrant,Basemark Which also become increasingly popular and famous. So far, quite a few smartphones and mobile devices have been rushed to the market, including the Nexus One, the Motorola Droid,Which reached a speed of 1.3GHz from the basic speed of 550MHz), The Nexus S, thePalm Pre, The Galaxy S (Which reached a speed of 1.6GHz) And many others, even when theNook Color Won Oberclock.
Now comes the turn of The Xoom tablet From home Motorola Showcase his true abilities. The tablet that impressed at the CES show hit stores only on February 24, but that really didn’t stop rush enthusiasts from bringing it up to an incredible speed of 1.504GHz (compared to 1GHz stock speed) - and also running benchmarks and showing the world the results.
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The extreme overclocking comes from the user who is called coolbho3000 from the forum xda-developers.com Which is a familiar stage for all those users who enjoy getting the juice out of the new gadgets in the market. The overclocker ran a number of benchmarks on the accelerated tablet, and the results obtained were quite impressive - a score of 3105 in the Quadrant (compared to a score of 2226 at the base speed, which illustrates that the improvement in practical performance increases almost linearly with an increase in speed), time of 355 milliseconds Mark SetCPU software (which is the one with which the acceleration itself was performed, compared to a time of 534 milliseconds at the basic speed) and performance of about 47 MFLOPS (RT Million Floating Point Operations Per Second) in Benchmark Linpack, compared to about 35 MFLOPS at 1GHz .
The user also added a video that illustrates the achievement, along with instructions and suggestions for other courageous users who want to abuse their Xoom.
The short time since the device was released until it was achieved and presented these results is pretty good proof that mobile overclocking is here to stay, and it is reasonable to assume that such publications will become the standard for any powerful device coming to market in the future. The cynics, of course, will shake their heads dismissively and say that this is childish pride and an achievement that will not stand the test of reality, both in terms of battery time that will probably be seriously shortened and in terms of warming the device. Apparently, the overclocking of computers (at least intended to break records) Surreal and expensive techniques, just to make the computer run for a few minutes to prove the performance achieved.
Maybe this is actually the reason why overclocking for smartphones and tablets is gaining momentum. When the field of overclocking in computers is dominated by organized and "professional" groups that invest in a hobby money and many means that the average user does not have, it seems that mobile devices are a convenient alternative for all those performance enthusiasts who want break a record Overclocking Without using בLiquid nitrogen tanks.