We have already talked about this twice on this blog. The Wikipedia explain as the process of making a computer or component operate faster than the clock frequency specified by the manufacturer by modifying system parameters.
It is a fascinating world that not all people make a practice. The Raspberry Pi Foundation allows us to implement a default oc setting from the application raspi-config.
In my case I always have the Raspi overclocked to 950 Mhz, but I have two sinks and allows me some peace of mind.
Today I read in the pg32spain.com forums that the user JoJo_ReloadeD has come to put the CPU to 1133 Mhz with this same system.
Curious detailed heat released in the power connector.
The values in the config.txt file are:
arm_freq=1133 core_freq=400 sdram_freq=600 over_voltage=12 # Although in theory the maximum value is 8, 12 also works ;) over_voltage_sdram=8
I put the link to read the thread if you are interested. Have you ever tried to overclock your Pi in extremis?
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