Four years ago, most computer SoCs couldn’t even reach 1.8GHz, but today developers have managed to get the HTC One X to that very speed. Members over at XDA have built an entirely new kernel, capable of taking the MSM8960 Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 to extreme limits. In fact, the new software even allows users to take the device past 1.8GHz through the use of applications like SetCPU, though it isn’t recommended.
As with any hack or mod, we must warn you that this will void your warranty and could cause damage to your device. However, if you’re still interested and you’ve got an HTC One X on AT&T or Rogers, or an Evo 4G LTE on Sprint, you can head over to the source link to get started.