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    superdave's programs...

    sup everyone.

    i have been trying to find info on what superdave's programs actually do. i get how the first one works on his site...the key lock, but what about the (i think it's processor speed) one works? what does it do?

    thanks!

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    Essentially, the processor speed mod allows you to ramp up the clock speed on more intensive applications such as games or even perhaps IE. Also, as far as I know, the porgram allows you to "clock down" the processor so it runs at a slower speed for less intensive applications. Doing this can significantly increase battery life.
    "My $500 phone does a million things while your $400 iPod does one." -Me justyfying the cost of my xv6600.

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    so i guess the program knows when to ramp up and cool its jets by itself? is this something i'm going to "notice" a difference with?

    Thanks!

    btw, like your sig, brad.

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    It speeds up the processing speed. Like taking a 2mHz PC and speeding it up to 2.4mHz (sort of).
    Jeremiah 29:11

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    lol, i eran superdaves proggie on my g1000, and splat went the processor.

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    Fisher of Men mwfielder's Avatar
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    Yeah, I wouldn't think the G would be able to ramp up---his programs were written for the i700 and XV6600.

    It (the G) makes a nice anchor for the boat though...
    Jeremiah 29:11

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