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TI-83/84+ SE Overclocked
Posted by Ryan on 20 March 2013, 17:24 GMT

Overclocking calcs has been in the minds of enthusiasts for a long time, and the tradition continues to this day. Community members have successfully overclocked the TI-83/84+ SE family to be stable at 22.416 MHz.

Overclocking was accomplished via hardware modifications, which is likely to be out of practical reach for the vast majority of users. While initially speculated that similar techniques could be applied to the TI-84+ CSE, further examination and an unsuccessful attempt revealed that overclocking the new model of calc seems less feasible without specialized skills and tools. However, it is always nice to see the community pushing the limits, finding new techniques for application and capabilities inherent to our favorite calcs.

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Re: TI-83/84+ SE Overclocked
Stefan Bauwens  Account Info
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Hmm, this is interesting.

Also, don't the people deserve some name-mentioning? :)

Reply to this comment    20 March 2013, 19:52 GMT

Re: Re: TI-83/84+ SE Overclocked
KermMartian  Account Info
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I did the overclocking, based on discussions I had with DrDnar that were facilitated by some nice photographs of DrDnar's TI-84+CSE's mainboard and my own examination of my TI-83+SEs, TI-84+s, and TI-84+SEs. :) Also, the overclocking link is wrong; it should be http://www.cemetech.net/ forum/viewtopic.php?t=8936 . But of course thanks for the article!

Reply to this comment    21 March 2013, 00:01 GMT

Re: TI-83/84+ SE Overclocked
CalcMax Account Info

Yeah, this OC thing is pretty cool. I may do it to my TI84+SE when I go to college. I once got carried away and thought that I had OCed my calc to 40+ mhz , but the truth is that I accidentally boosted the refresh rate along with a teensy bit of CPU speed increase!:)D
The calc was so stubborn at one point that I reset everything to default speeds and deleted the program.
The hardware OC, on the other hand, IS A MUCH BETTER OVERCLOCK METHOD. It is possible to OC a ti84+cse, but is EXTREMELY risky and requires a microscope. Can't wait for more developments...

Reply to this comment    28 July 2016, 16:43 GMT

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