It sounded bit of an overkill to many when Samsung announced the 1GHz Hummingbird processor for its latest android handset, the Nexus S. Well, the already fastest mobile processor in the market, has been cranked up even further by overclocking at 1.3 GHz. Xda-developers forum member, Morfic has released a kernel that allows the Gingerbread flagship device’s processor to pump out an extra 200 milion clock cycles.

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Warning: Rooting/Overclocking your Nexus S may cause unseen damage to your handset. All of this is done at your own risk and we take no responsibility for any damage you inflict upon your precious Nexus S.

However, the hyper fast processing comes at a price. It seems that the overclocked processor disables the phone’s bluetooth capabilities. Though we personally don’t recommend it, but if you still wanna pull this stunt off on your precious Nexus S, knock your self out and follow this link for instructions.

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[via GeekWord]