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There are no built-in OC settings (unless I missed something major).

But yes, you can OC and UV with a number of 3rd party apps. I'm using JRummy's "Android Overclock" and it works smoothly.
 

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I'm running at ultra-low voltage OC'ed to 1.2 GHz. As far as OC'ing goes, that's about as plain-vanilla as you can get... There are much more complicated (and probably useful) tweaks you could make, but I'm not well read enough to suggest anything else.

Read up on the subject, there is a ton of information scattered throughout the forum community. Every single Droid X is slightly different, so make sure to test any new settings for a week or two before you decide to apply them permanently. And as always, make a backup before you mess with your processor!

Good luck.
 

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'[TSON said:
;120034']There are reports of Android Overclock being iffy with 2nd-init ROMs, so I'd avoid that. But I've been using QuickClock and everything is beautiful.
I've been running it without a hitch on the both the Froyo and GB kernel versions of MIUI and CM7. There are others reporting the same.

If you've got problems, I wouldn't use it; but it's not something specifically wrong with 2nd-init ROMs.
 
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