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Intel claims changing a device's clock speed is bad... Developer says it's all right.
Posted on 7-Mar-2003 16:39. | Tags Filed under: News.

Intel claims changing a device's clock speed is bad... Developer says it's all right.
A Computerworld article reports the words of Hayes Haugen, developer of 52965 Clear Speed, one of the many softwares to control the speed of XSCALE-based Pocket PC (this one for iPAQ H1910).

Apparently Intel and Dell Computer Corp. said they strongly discourage users from increasing the speed of their personal digital assistants through programs such as Clear Speed. Any problems that occur as a result of using a program like Clear Speed will void the product's warranty, they said.

The article also lists the method used to determine the processor speeds.

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