Release a nice overclocking program if possible, with voltage dials/over clocking dials.
Over time the voltage on parts can be dropped, like my CPU for example after an year of running
it was able to drop to 1.1875 volts from 1.45, But when it was new it crashed at 1.35, so over time
it will be able to under-volt more.
And really since it throttles isn't it the best to flash it with a 1000 Mhash one, and it Auto-throttles to the right area,
so in a -10 Celsuis day with my fan blowing onto this it would be able to go to 1000 Mhash with auto-overclocking,
But at the summer it will auto clock to 760 or so.
Really why not just create a driver that Overclocks the device into it hits 50 degrees auto.
Its the temperature that is the problem normally in overclocking. This would add extreme convenience,
If I add a water block or something, it would go up to 1100 Mhash on its own to yield the 50 degrees,
why not do that? Reasons?
And what if 1Ghs firmware kills the FPGA, will you complain and send it back for replacement, or take the loss like a man ?
Overclocks the device into it hits 50 degrees auto. (This would guarantee it from not over-heating, it would keep at 50 degrees,
Don't see how it would kill it
It won't die, unless you touch the voltage. A lot of units can such as video cards over clock a ton before voltage increase is needed.
I never had a over clocking component die.
Overclocking only kills it if it over-heats. People have taken CPUS up to 7 GHZ but it was with liquid nitrogen, it didn't die.