3DS SD Overclocking?

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  1. julialy
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  2. Serrara Willow Fluttershy

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    You can't do that, I don't think
    (please EoF this thred)
     
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    wormdood pirate booty inspector

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    behind a parental advisory sticker
    you can already set clock speeds via luma3ds . . . fyi the result is so minimal you will never ever notice
     
  4. Mikemk

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    That's not overclocking though, Nintendo fully intended the CPU to run at 804 MHz, it's just disabled by default to not break games.
     
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    Nintendos reading/writing speed are locked.
     
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    I know it is possible to change the clock speed of a ds because I did it. saves made at a lower cpu clock speed will not show up when the system is at normal speed though. they do load back up at the slower speed. I reckon speeding things up would change what is written also.
    It is possible.