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Old 04-07-2005, 01:31 PM   #1
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WarpSpeed overclocking tool that kills screen whine

Some Palm devices emit this annoying whisteling, squaking, crying, peeping, screeching, singing, whining, hissing screen noise. 17-year old Dmitry Grinberg wrote the overclocking tool WarpSpeed which not only claims to make your Palm faster but also as silent as a rock.

I have no clue how this app works and how it can get rid of the noise, but try it out yourself if you don't believe it.
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Old 04-07-2005, 04:59 PM   #2
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I've heard overclocking reduces the life span of your device.
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STRONG WARNING... do NOT run this on a non-OS5 device, or you will LOSE ALL DATA on the device.

This application doesn't properly check the OS version at startup (tsk tsk!), and will cause a fatal reset on your OS4 device, and then a looping reset condition at startup, which forces you to hard reset your device to get it back.

As with any new software, you should have a full backup of your device prior to installing it anyway. You DO back up your device before installing new software, right?

You have been warned.
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