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Overclock using the Berryboot

Sat Dec 28, 2019 5:21 am

Hi everyone,

I would like to know how I can set my raspberry to overclocking mode to be able to play psp games on the retropie for example. I found several tutorials teaching how to change frequency parameters and others by editing the config.txt document in the raspberry boot directory. But as I am running the OS's through berryboot the document config.txt that is in the boot directory is completely different from what I saw in the other tutorials. I will copy below the config.txt that is saved in the sd card. If anyone knows how I can overclock raspberry I appreciate it very much.


# Enable on-board audio

# Berryboot settings, do not change
initramfs bbloader.img


# Uncomment this line before installation if you want to enable USB boot

# Uncomment this line to prevent continuous SD card polling if using USB/PXE boot


Best Regards.

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Re: Overclock using the Berryboot

Sat Dec 28, 2019 10:26 pm

Just add your overclock settings either at the top of the file, or at the bottom under [all]
Leave existing stuff as-is.

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