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are you working on or are you going to created a overclock for the PIPO M9?
I seen you handy work on the UGOOS UG007b. I have it stable over clocked at 1.8 for over a month. It would be nice to see if the PIPO M9 could squeeze out some more power.
If not do you think anyone will work on a overclock?
Thanks ahead of time....
I had good results overclocking a RK3188 MiniPC as well.
There is probably a reason why tablets aren't overclocked, battery life, stability things like that…
Still, I'll probably have a look at overclocking RK3188 tablets, such as the Pipo M9 when time permits.
That would be done modifying the kernel without having the source code, something I am not very familiar with. Moreover, not having an actual tablet to test won't make things easy, we'll see.
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I ask PIPO if they could release code on the reason of testing overclocking. The did not say no, however they questioned why I would want to do such a thing. I told them simple a little more power go's a long way. even if we could get cpu up to 1.7. The makers of RK3188 say it has a top safe speed of 1.8 so that means just like many other chip makers they don't use all the chip power. The tablet will be out dated in 3 years time anyway, so why not be able to push the limits you know.
I still have my first zt 180 it works even it came at 1ghz I was able to get it to 1.4ghz and 4 years later still runs fine. of course I have turned it in to a monitor for my camera out side. Have had it on for 9 months never screen turns off and keeps on ticking.
I over clocked my rk3066 mk808 to 1.8 and installed a small fan. Not been turned off in months.
that is what I told pipo they have not responded
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