Super Turbo settings Raspberry Pi
According to @popcornmix (below) there is little benefit in overclocking gpu_freq (h264 / v3d / isp). If you keep those at stock frequencies maybe you'll get a bit more headroom?

On my Pi I couldn't get sdram_freq past 550MHz until I set over_voltage_sdram to 4.

(2014-08-06, 19:46)popcornmix Wrote:
(2014-08-06, 19:37)fernandovg Wrote: Should I change gpu_freq too?

My view: No.
Most important set arm_freq as high as you can.
Next, set core freq as high as you can (it makes arm L2 cache and sdram accesses faster)
Next, set sdram_freq as high as you can.

The gpu_freq affects h264, v3d and isp. None of these are a bottleneck in using xbmc and I'd be surprised if increasing any made any noticable difference.
They do increase load on the power supply, and they don't overclock as high as core_freq.
If you don't know why are you changing them, then either leave then unset, or set to half core_freq.

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RE: Super Turbo settings Raspberry Pi - by oWarchild - 2015-02-07, 04:25

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