Anyone Have A Quick Guide To Overclocking?

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    Hello there! I would like to overclock my PI, and try to run PPSSPP. Does anyone have a guide to doing this? I would like to clock it just a little bit higher, nothing more. My dad has some spare heat syncs and We are going to place them on the Pi in a couple days. Heat will not be a problem. If I need anything else, please say so. Thanks!

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    Hi, you can overclock your Pi by editing config.txt (the Pi’s version of a BIOS)

    sudo nano /boot/config.txt

    More info here:

    Also have a look at the RetroPie overclocking thread:

    If you have found the solution to your problem please mark the topic as resolved.

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