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increasing psp clock speen in emualtor

Discussion in 'Playstation Forums' started by matt bellamy, Jul 21, 2005.

  1. matt bellamy

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    I have been playing around with some emulators for the psp and they work great. They all give an option to increase the psp clock speed from the standard 222mhz to 333mhz. The snes emulator is only smooth on 333mhz but I was wondering whether this could cause any damage and also whether the psp will run at 333mhz only in the emulator that I set it at 333mhz on or all applications and official psp games?

    thanks
     
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    As far as i've read the only damage it does is to your battery life (in that is reduces it due to using power at a quicker rate). By increasing the speed of the chip you aren't actually overclocking it - just running it at it's intended speed. Sony reduced the speed slightly to get more battery life. :smashin:

    Don't take that as gospel but that's what i've read.

    I think it's only effective when running the emulator although again not 100% sure on this.
     

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