By Joe Levi | January 3, 2011 3:20 PM
If you thought 1.2GHz was fast, you can now overclock your Nexus S to 1.3GHz, 300MHz faster than the stock configuration.
The steps to get the extra speed are the same as the previous method, just with an updated kernel with more tweaks to the voltages and other modifications.
As with the previous version, Bluetooth still isn’t working, battery life will be decreased, and wear on the components will be increased. As with most hacks of this sort, you do so at your own risk, and you may very well void your warranty.
On the other hand, you’ll have the fastest Nexus S on the planet, with benchmark scores to back you up!