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post #21 of 23
Try running on stock speeds on Need for Speed 5-1-0, and then the difference running at 333Mhz.
I'm pretty sure you'll notice a difference.
post #22 of 23
Doesn't change much go to 333mhz.
Got PSP 1.5 Only game I see a huge diffencre in is Tonk hawk project 8.
Don't why but loads alot faster.
    
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3.03 OE-C

Best Firmware out so far.
good bye 1.5 hello OE-C
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