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{{note|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 may 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].}}
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== DRAM ==
== DRAM ==


{{note|It is not recommended to exceed 667 MHz clockspeed on the DRAM.}}
{{warning|1=It is not recommended to exceed 667 MHz clockspeed on the DRAM.}}


When overclocking the GPU, it is a good idea to also overclock the DRAM, as the main bottleneck of the A64 SOC is the memory.
When overclocking the GPU, it is a good idea to also overclock the DRAM, as the main bottleneck of the A64 SOC is the memory.
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