Droid Phone Overclocking Reaches 3.0GHz: Video Proof

The other day we posted an article on the subject of the T-Mobile G2 being overclocked to 1.42 GHz, you can read that article (here). Also the Droid X and Droid 2 have been overclocked to 2.0 GHz recently, and it appears that there is a spate of pushing overclocking smartphones to the limits these days.

According to an article over on Pocket Now by Evan Blass, the people who overclocked the Droid devices to 2.0 GHz have now pushed the devices even harder to hit an unthinkable 3.0 GHz, which of course if almost x3 it’s stock speed.

Team Defuse’ Matt4542 has said that the overclock is “somewhat stable,” however is does have a tendency to “lag at times,” while haptic feedback breaks at 2.0 GHz and above.

Hard to believe that someone has hit that 3.0 GHz mark isn’t it, but just so you can see for yourselves we have video proof of the overclock to 3.0 GHz for your viewing entertainment below, so mash that play button and check it out…enjoy.


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