odroid-n2:hardware:overclocking

  • Requires your system to be update with all package to date (2020-07-21)
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sudo apt update
sudo apt dist-upgrade
  • Reboot after all the upgrades!
  • Now you can edit /media/boot/config.ini and select the desired frequency.
  • Supported Frequencies for Big Cores (Cortex-A73): 500, 667, 1000, 1200, 1398, 1512, 1608, 1704, 1800 (Stock), 1908, 2004
  • Supported Frequencies for Small Cores (Cortex-A53): 100, 250, 500, 667, 1000, 1200, 1398, 1512, 1608, 1704, 1896 (Stock), 1992
  • Note: that any frequency marked in RED is overclock and stability may be a issue.
  • If you try a frequency that isn't supported it will default to stock!
  • Requires your system to be update with all package to date (2020-07-21)
target
sudo apt update
sudo apt dist-upgrade
  • Reboot after all the upgrades!
  • Now you can edit /media/boot/config.ini and select the desired frequency.
  • Supported Frequencies for Big Cores (Cortex-A73): 500, 667, 1000, 1200, 1398, 1512, 1608, 1704, 1800, 1908, 2016, 2100, 2208 (Stock), 2304, 2400
  • Supported Frequencies for Small Cores (Cortex-A53): 500, 667, 1000, 1200, 1398, 1512, 1608, 1704, 1800, 1908 (Stock), 2016
  • Note: that any frequency marked in RED is overclock and stability may be a issue.
  • If you try a frequency that isn't supported it will default to stock!
  • Let's see a example to overclock a n2plus to maximum 2.4Ghz on big cores and 2Ghz on small cores
  • You need to edit /media/boot/config.ini and change the max_freq lines like below
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; Maximum CPU frequency of ARM A73
; N2: 500/667/1000/1200/1398/1512/1608/1704/1800 (Stock)/1908/2004
; N2 Plus: 500/667/1000/1200/1398/1512/1608/1704/1800/1908/2016/2100/2208 (Stock)/2304/2400
max_freq_a73=2400
 
; Maximum CPU frequency of ARM A53
; N2: 100/250/500/667/1000/1200/1398/1512/1608/1704/1896 (Stock)/1992
; N2 Plus: 500/667/1000/1200/1398/1512/1608/1704/1800/1908 (Stock)/2016
max_freq_a53=2016
  • odroid-n2/hardware/overclocking.txt
  • Last modified: 2020/07/22 00:39
  • by mdrjr