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I'm sorry if this isn't the right area. Teensy uses the arduino ide.

I've seen some people show off the 144 mhz and 168 mhz option in their ide. I read in the Teensyduino 1.19 release notes that the options were added but not enabled. I would like to know how to enable it or if I somehow downloaded an older version.

P.S I get the 96 mhz option.

Thanks ahead of time!

  • Did you look in boards.txt yet? – Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams Aug 24 '14 at 5:04
  • yes I see this: teensy31.menu.speed.168.build.f_cpu=168000000 teensy31.menu.speed.144.build.f_cpu=144000000 teensy31.menu.speed.120.build.f_cpu=120000000 teensy31.menu.speed.96.build.f_cpu=96000000 teensy31.menu.speed.72.build.f_cpu=72000000 teensy31.menu.speed.48.build.f_cpu=48000000 teensy31.menu.speed.24.build.f_cpu=24000000 teensy31.menu.speed.16nousb.build.f_cpu=16000000 teensy31.menu.speed.8nousb.build.f_cpu=8000000 teensy31.menu.speed.4nousb.build.f_cpu=4000000 teensy31.menu.speed.2nousb.build.f_cpu=2000000 – Trexter Jan 3 '15 at 20:51
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Using the latest Teensyduino distribution as of this writing, 1.25, you have to uncomment the higher overclocking options in the boards.txt file, located here in my install- /hardware/teensy/avr/boards.txt

The options look like this, just remove the # symbol-

#uncomment these if you want to try faster overclocking
#teensy31.menu.speed.168opt=168 MHz optimized (overclock)
#teensy31.menu.speed.144opt=144 MHz optimized (overclock)
#teensy31.menu.speed.120opt=120 MHz optimized (overclock)`

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