Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Overclocked

Those of you who've picked up Samsung's recently released Galaxy Tab 10.1 may be interested to know there's now a kernel available overclocking its Tegra 2 processor to 1.4GHz.  This kernel uses the 2.6.36.4 base, BFQ I/O scheduler, and increases the voltages to supply more power required for the overclock.  You'll want to keep in mind this is a preview kernel so use caution when speeding up your Tab 10.1.  As always, root is required to flash a custom kernel.  Hit the source to delve further into the details.

Source: Droid Basement

 

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 overclocked to 1.4GHz

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1.4 is nothing. My G2x with the same Tegra2 can do 1.5GHz, while undervolted, without overheating, for 50+ hours on a full charge!

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Samsung's recently released Galaxy Tab 10.1 may be interested to know there's now a kernel available overclocking its Tegra 2 processor to 1.4GHz. This kernel uses the 2.6.36.4 base, BFQ I/O scheduler, and increases the voltages to supply more power required for the overclock.
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Those of you who've picked up Samsung's recently released Galaxy Tab 10.1 may be interested to know there's now a kernel available overclocking its Tegra 2 processor to 1.4GHz.
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