Submission details

- Extreme League

2025.77 pps with Broadcom Broadcom BCM2836 (BCM2709) at 1500MHz

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Broadcom BCM2836 (BCM2709) rank:

8th out of 22

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  • Type: 736MB

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  • Speed: MHz / MHz (Stock)

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Recent Comments

United States Zen1 commented on his own score:

Core voltage at 1.66V. I can't push it any further without the EVGA EVBOT accessory.

Belgium richba5tard says:

Only three submissions for a new raspberry pi 2, and you already put LN2 on it. :D nicely done!

Belgium Massman says:

Looks awesome - is there a forum thread somewhere with more information?

France Xyala says:

Awesome ! Love the spirit. Keep pushing it!

Vietnam Tran Bao says:



Australia zeropluszero says:

Maybe eVc can help?


If not, I bet someone could help you with a VR mod for Epower - maybe try Smoke? He helped me with a mod for original epower.

United States Zen1 says:

Hey guys. Thanks for looking. I'm going to release a lot more info on this in the week to come, and hopefully a higher overclock. I've got some possible solutions to the power issue I'm going to try this week, and next week I'm hoping to create a video with my thoughts and experiences, along with details on how I modified the board.


I think I'm going to put the epower on the back burner and just run power from a bench power supply. I was hoping in the future I could control the evbot with a buspirate as I believe it's just a I2C interface.


Anyways, I'm here now and I'm listening. More will come in the next week. I will be a guest over at Overclocking-TV this weekend and will be pursuing a way for me to blog about all my experiences and build logs so that others can learn from it and give input.


Thanks guys.


United States Zen1 says:

Oh, I forgot!


I'm getting my LN2 filled tomorrow and I hope to go further in the coming weeks...

TiN says:

You can use RPI to control voltage here's guide for you. :) Enjoy.

Portugal alfons says:


I know I'm a bit late but were you able to push it further?

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