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Lightspeed for Palm
Posted on 20-Sep-2003 13:08 | Filed under: Software


Lightspeed for Palm
Since new Palm devices are now using the Intel XScale processor, new opportunities for overclocking are available. Lightspeed is a clock control utility for Palm OS 5 devices.

Lightspeed lets you change the Bus clock frequency and CPU clock frequency on Intel XScale based Palm OS 5 devices:
  • Increase the Bus clock frequency by as much as 200 percent!
  • Set the CPU clock frequency to as high as 400 Mhz.

    These settings can be changed individually for each software application.

    For processor intensive applications - such as Games, Emulators, Image Viewers, Movie Players, Database applications, Map Viewers, 3D Graphic Renderers etcetera - the Bus clock and CPU clock can be set as high as possible to maximize the system performance and user experience.

    For less processor intensive applications - such as PIM applications, Launchers, Ebook readers etcetera - the Bus clock and CPU clock can be set as low as possible to maximize the battery life.

    This version of Lightspeed supports the following devices:
  • Sony CLIE NX60
  • Sony CLIE NX70V
  • Sony CLIE NZ90
  • Sony CLIE TG50








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