Developer frangarcj‘s Oclock Vita was probably one of my favorite plugin releases of last year (even if I only got to write about it this year). I love my Vita and I can probably point at Vita games as some of my favorite of the last few years, but the horrid frame-rate makes of some of them make it hard for me to recommend said games to anyone. Not only does Oclock allow me to recommend those games to other people, but also to replay them in a much less painful fashion.
The highlight of this release is the fixing of the left/right navigation on the overclock menu, which was way too fast and made it hard to select the appropriate option. It also fixes a background issue of the games themselves changing the clock back to their default in certain instances.
What is Oclock Vita?
Oclock Vita is a plugin developed by frangarcj and it is a simple overclocking plugin so you can get better performance out of your games. Nothing more, nothing less. It is created for the taiHEN framework so it is compatible with all taiHEN/HENkaku-running PS Vitas. Finally everyone gets access to overclocking!
Changelog for v1.2
Force clock settings on games that change clock on runtime
Fix left / right menu controls
Put “oclockvita.suprx" in ‘tai’ folder in the root of your Vita.
Change config.txt in that directory to load plugin for title of your choice by adding new lines like below:
# titleid for your game (this one is for Root//Letter for example)
To get your hands on the latest release of Oclock Vita, just head on over to frangarcj‘s GitHub release page and grab the latest vpk. If you have any issues I’d recommend leaving a ticket in the issues tracker. If you want to download it directly, just click here.