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    Anyone Overclocked thier wii?

    Anyone over clocked their wii?
    I wonder if its possible, surely it is?
    Would you even any noticeable outcomes?

    thx for reading, for any ignorance/offense non intended!

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    im not sure its possible, and it would probably burn out pretty fast, im pretty sure the mainboard is not powerful enough to exceed its peak right now. i would not try it even if it were possible, sorry i am no help

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    You would have to hack the firmware.

    But why?

    And cartman says "Ok that DOES it!"
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    lol, yeah i was just wondering?
    I'm not tech enough to conduct an operation like that, but i see some vid's on you tube dismantling the wii in like minutes, they seem to know what they're doing?
    Just a thought

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    i'm sure one day someone will have the guts to try it.


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    Well, I honestly wouldn't see the point. Most of the information is on the game disk anyway. And raising the clock rate won't effect it that much, or make it much better.


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    It would have to be slightly unorthodox as it is PowerPC-based. Wikipedia has the CPU at .729GHz and the GPU at 294MHz And, man, I would totally OC my Wii to get some AA going on in Mario Party. Man, I want to slap my G80 in there and get some super-sampling. I never knew trees were so spiky!

    And, by the way, half the people overclock just 'cuz it looks freaking wicked.

    No, what I want to know is how to access the service settings in the Wii, like the background color for the main screen or different fonts. I'm sure it is somewhere. If I can hack my Sony Ericsson, I *know* I can hack my Wii. I just hope they don't go all Apple on me by killing the modding community with "brick-updates." Heck, they've mentioned it when I'm trying to update.

    It must be a secret combination of keys when turning the Wii on. Who wants to try?

    ~Ibrahim~

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