Forum member Koba has been hard at work on his very first piece of PSP homebrew and his big day has finally come. PSPInfo is a diagnostics and clocking tool that will give you detailed information about what's going on behind that beautiful LCD screen we all know and love. First time program or not, PSPInfo definitely has potential. Not only will it allow you to detect and change your PSP's CPU and GPU speed, but it also gives you information about your battery, including the temperature and voltage. There is also a WiFi section, but right now it is limited in what it gives readings on. I'm really looking forward to more updates on this program, keep up the good work Koba!
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