Overclocking Your Sprint Galaxy Tab to 1.2GHz: Will You Try It?

We have recently seen a few different devices being overclocked; we have seen a NOOKColor hit 950Mz and a Nexus S hitting 1.4GHz. The most recent reports are that a Galaxy Tab has been overclocked to 1.2 GHz.

This means that it’s an additional 200 megahertz in addition to its current 1GHz processor speed. The report from Phandroid’s Quentyn Kennemer also suggests that running the hummingbird processor at 1.2GHz is still stable.

The overclock has only been available since yesterday morning so as you can expect, it’s not had a whole heap of feedback. If you are apprehensive about doing this to your own device, we would perhaps suggest waiting for more user comments.

Will Shanklin from androidcentral.com has also written an article and he says that it has taken over 2 months for the hummingbird processor to be overclocked to 1.2GHz. You can also read the requirements from the XDA-Developers blog. The developer’s name alias is Bauxite and he has written about some of the finer details for file modification so make sure you have a read.

Will you try overclocking your Sprint Galaxy Tab? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.