Thursday, July 14, 2011

Soon the shelves Tegra 2 overclocked?

Currently, the NVIDIA Tegra 2 SoC operates at 1 GHz in the tablets, but that could change: the chip supports actually be overclocked to 1.5 GHz without too many problems with programs like SetCPU. And some NVIDIA partners have understood the value of the thing: it is rumored that some manufacturers who already overclockent graphics cards in the factory (we think MSI, for example) could provide Tegra 2 tablets under overclocked from the purchase.

Thinking from the start the shelf for a high frequency, it could be adapted to the new frequency, including a slightly higher voltage and a suitable cooling system. And Tegra 2 "boosted" could come tickle Tegra chip 3, a dual core or Snapdragon OMAP4 fast for a lower price. Remains to be seen how the material will react, if NVIDIA has a base frequency of 1 GHz, it is a good reason, consumption tends to explode as soon as the frequency (and especially voltage) increases.

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