1. Duppex

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    Is there a way to Override/Increase the GPU Max clock speed in (Handheld Battery Mode) from 460mhz to 921mhz. If yes can you advise me on how to do it?

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    Most likely, you'll have to edit the source code and recompile the app yourself. I've heard anecdotes of batteries bulging due to the stress of the extra current draw. The battery will die extremely quickly too. It's not worth it.

    Maybe when the newer, more energy efficient Switches are hacked this will be a viable option.
     
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    Hi. I used a forked version of this with SX OS 8.1, now I updated to 9.2 and it doesn`t work anymore. Can anyone give me a link to a functioning new release / build please? Thank you in advance.
     
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    I think it should be somewhere in the 34 pages, but I am too lazy to read them right now ;)
    Starting from which temperatures it gets dangerous? I have read that without overclocking the max temperatures reach 60° C, and with full CPU and GPU OC 67° C.
    That means 60° C are completely fine? Is there any safe function of the switch when it shuts down automatically to prevent severe damage?
     
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    According to my log file, the highest I've gotten is 62.6°C. This was after an hour of playing with the GPU at 921Mhz and the CPU at 1326Mhz. It's winter where I live so ambient temperatures are low. My Switch is still working perfectly. I don't know what is considered the highest safe temperature or if it's safe to overclock in warmer weather.
     
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    And you did not get any warning from the system?
     
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    Nothing. There was no warning notification on the screen or in the log file.
     
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    Congrats!
     
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    Thank you for the latest update the new sys-clk manager is a fantastic add on a really well made polished application.
     
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    Wow, this update is amazing! Thanks for all the work. The app is gorgeous and intuitive. Love the new overlay too! Having options in the overlay for charging vs regular handheld is much appreciated.
     
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    I have about 1700 titles in my application profiles. I guess this must be what is making scrolling the application profiles impossible..
    The application profiles tab seems laggy as hell. no way to scroll the list fast.
     
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    i was using sys-clk on witcher 3, but now with every option set to do not override memory clock is still at 1331mhz..is it normal? does witcher overclock memory itself? or i broke something?
     
  15. fortknox

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    Since the new mariko version of Tegra X1 in newer switches support higher GPU and RAM frequencies (GPU max. 1.27 GHz, RAM over 2000 MHz) I would like to know whether it will be possible to use these frequencies with sys-clk in the future?
    Does the developer intend to distinguish between potentially faster Mariko switches and slower (older) switches, to give the newer ones these additional options?
    Thanks
     
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    Mariko's higher speeds cannot be used in HOS, or so I've been told.
    Also, Mariko's RAM speed is only 1866mhz afaict. And CPU is also better (2ghz vs 1.78ghz)
     
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    Are you sure with the clock speeds? In fact, it's kinda hard to get official infos about that in my opinion.
    But sure yout might have better sources. I'm just wondering wheter the mariko models could become something similar to a switch "pro" with the help of sys-clk in CFWs someday.
    But if these higher speeds are hardware-locked, so that it's impossible to unlock these speed improvements, then it might be okay to stick with the old switch, I guess.

    Edit:
    Can you show me sources for the mentioned speeds? Can't find it.

    Edit 2:
    I see now. In another thread here called "will-reverse-nx-work-on-the-switch-lite" you said the following:
    "Nintendo’s pcv sysmodule only allows you to go upto 1600mhz. Similarly, you’d only be ale to go upto 921mhz/1785mhz GPU/CPU despite the hardware being able to do 1.2ghz/2091mhz GPU/CPU."
     
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  18. ZachyCatGames

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    I got the Mariko clock speeds from L4T.
    If it is limited (haven't been able to test myself, only been told it is), it's a software thing. Clockspeeds are controlled through software.
     
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    Nothing is impossible in this scene especially with real specification
    but i think it will be take long time because m4w and retroNX seems doesn't support sx os except someone besides them can do that or atmosphere get new hack method for mariko
     
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    It is not reasonably possible if HOS doesn't allow those speeds.
     
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