1. kristianity77

    OP kristianity77 GBATemp old fogey
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    Can someone please explain (to a middle aged male!!) The best and easiest way to overclock a switch?

    I had one about 12 months ago and used freebird which I found easy to use but notice that's not working anymore.

    I'm on atmosphere and have read up a bit on sys clk but it massively confuses me.

    Is there a way (like in freebird) where I can use a gui on my switch to control clocks on the fly?

    And if so, can someone point me to a dummy's guide to setting it up?
     
  2. Jokey_Carrot

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    You don't have to mention you're A middle aged male we already know because you've got fuckin zippy as your icon
     
  3. bad361

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    There's sys-clk editor - https://github.com/Sun-Research-University/sys-clk-Editor/releases
    And also you can use this https://github.com/Sun-Research-University/sys-clk-Overlay/releases

    For the last one you need to install Tesla in order to use overlays.

    You don't need guides for setting it up, nothing fancy, just read how to install sys-clk in its own thread and get those that i linked (well, you will need to read how to install and use Tesla tho).
     
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