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Lightspeed v1.2 boosts Palm Tungsten C to 600 MHz

clievideo.com has just released Lightspeed v1.2 overclocking application, allowing the Palm Tungsten C to reach clock speeds of up-to 600 MHz. That is a 200% increase in Bus clock frequency. The new version also adds support for the Sony CLIE PEG-NX73V and PEG-NX80V models.

Lightspeed 1.2 also provides support for overclocking settings for processor intensive applications, such as Games, Emulators, Image Viewers, Movie Players, Database applications, Map Viewers, 3D Graphic Renderers etcetera – the Bus clock and CPU clock can be set as high as possible to maximize the system performance and user experience.

The software can also lower Bus clock and CPU clock for less intensive applications to maximize battery life.

Lightspeed v1.2 supports the following devices:

Sony CLIE NX60
Sony CLIE NZ90
Sony CLIE TG50
Palm Tungsten C

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