Developers and the rest of Android community never stop to impress me. After showing the fact that you can make latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean work on one year old HP TouchPad, another independent android developers now prove that you can still push Nexus 7 tablet performance to it’s limit. How come?! Overclocking guys!
Thanks to an overclocking kernel called as Trinity Seven, Galaxy Nexus 7′s quad-core Tegra 3 CPU is already overclocked to nearly 1.7GHz! Isn’t that great? Quadrant benchmark test shows that Nexus 7 manage to score 7,000 points! I’ve never seen such device manage to score that high on Quadrant benchmark before. That is why i really appreciate the overclockers work. All hail them guys!! But wait, they are also reveal some more suprise for us. They said that even with the overclocking, Nexus 7 still manage to deliver an impressive battery life!
That is because Trinity Kernel Toolbox. allow you to determine when you want to activate the overclocking process. For example, you might want to speed up the CPU when you’re currently play some graphics-demanding game and lower processors clock when you’re in bed. This is mean that you will still get enogh battery power after 12 hours and again, this is something that i would like to call as amazing!!
This also mean that Google Nexus 7 is officially the first quad-core powered tablet that able to provide 1.7GHz clock speed. Previously, we’ve already heard that Qualcomm is getting ready to release Snapdragon S4 Pro this year, but as you might already expect there is still no exact release date announced at the moment.
So, does this mean you get another reason to grab Nexus 7? Absolutely guys. This device is only priced at $199, you will get quad-core CPU, latest Android OS, and the ability to push it’s gaming performance to the highest limit!! What are you asking anymore?tags: 1.7GHz, Android 4.1, Google, Jelly Bean, Nexus 7, Overclock, Overclocked, quad-core, Quadrant, Tegra 3