By Legacy | February 15, 2010 6:45 AM
Apparently, someone over at XDA has managed to overclock their Nexus One to 1.113 GHz. This comes not too long after the Motorola Droid was similarly overclocked at 1.1 GHz. While the margin of change, regarding processing power, was greater for the Droid, it wasn’t exactly running stable at 1.1 GHz. On XDA, they’re claiming that the overclocked Nexus One has been “perfectly stable.”
Check out the thread on XDA-developers for instructions on how the overclocking was achieved and be sure to pay close attention to any warnings – if you decide to take the plunge. We have a feeling they’ll find a way to push its limits even further, as it may only be a matter of time.
(via: Redmond Pie)