If you're an avid PC gamer, then you're probably well familiar with the term overclocking, which is basically just tweaking your computer hardware to run faster than it was originally intended.
Why would you want to do that?
Let's say the processor in your PC is listed as 2.2 GHz. You could tweak the settings in the BIOS and bam—you're PC now runs at 2.9 GHz, faster with even better performance. For a gamer, speed and performance are must-haves to winning.
And you know what? Overclocking isn't just for computers.
A few curious Androiders over in our Nexus 7 SoftModder forum have been... more