Hey everybody. In this topic, the idea of 444 mhz came up. So, is it possible to clock the PSP at 444 mhz? I do remember a while back somebody wanted to do it, but people said it required a hardware mod.
I've looked in psppower.h, and there is this:
That's the important part of psppower.h. Remember, we are using Sony's code here. Meaning, the cpu frequency might be limited to 333.Code:/** * Set CPU Frequency * @param cpufreq - new CPU frequency, valid values are 1 - 333 <<< ??? */ int scePowerSetCpuClockFrequency(int cpufreq); /** * Set Bus Frequency * @param busfreq - new BUS frequency, valid values are 1 - 167 <<< ??? */ int scePowerSetBusClockFrequency(int busfreq); /** * Alias for scePowerGetCpuClockFrequencyInt * @returns frequency as int */ int scePowerGetCpuClockFrequency(void); /** * Get CPU Frequency as Integer * @returns frequency as int */ int scePowerGetCpuClockFrequencyInt(void); /** * Get CPU Frequency as Float * @returns frequency as float */ float scePowerGetCpuClockFrequencyFloat(void); /** * Alias for scePowerGetBusClockFrequencyInt * @returns frequency as int */ int scePowerGetBusClockFrequency(void); /** * Get Bus fequency as Integer * @returns frequency as int */ int scePowerGetBusClockFrequencyInt(void); /** * Get Bus frequency as Float * @returns frequency as float */ float scePowerGetBusClockFrequencyFloat(void); /** * Set Clock Frequencies * * NOTE: Please use scePowerSetBusClockFrequency and * scePowerSetCpuClockFrequency instead of this function * for clock <= 222 and bus <= 111. * * @param cpufreq - cpu frequency, valid from 1-333 * @param ramfreq - ram frequency, valid from 1-333 * @param busfreq - bus frequency, valid from 1-166 */ int scePowerSetClockFrequency(int cpufreq, int ramfreq, int busfreq);
Now, would it require a hardware mod, or some special code for it to happen?
The reason I want to do this - Just because it is interesting. And also, emulators and homebrew would speed up.
YET, the motherboard would heat up too.
So, any comments?
EDIT -- I change the thread title to 366 mhz, since 444 mhz is overkill.