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{{warning|1=This might damage your equipment or may result in a unstable system, so do this at your own risk!}}
{{warning|1= This might damage your equipment or result in a unstable system, so do this at your own risk!}}
{{hint|This page is incomplete, you're welcome to improve it.}}
{{hint|This page is incomplete, you're welcome to improve it.}}
{{hint|All information regarding clock speeds, voltages and more are stored in the DTB (Device Tree Blob). You can learn more about it [https://elinux.org/Device_Tree_Reference here].}}
{{hint|All information regarding clock speeds, voltages and more are stored in the DTB (Device Tree Blob). You can learn more about it [https://elinux.org/Device_Tree_Reference here].}}


Overclocking is a way to get more performance out of the system by running it at higher clock speeds than the factory default.
Overclocking is a way to get more performance out of the system by running it at higher clock speeds than the factory default, usually while putting out more heat and using more power. You can also downclock however.


= Preparation =
= Preparation =
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