You know you could submit these overclock hacks to RHDN, right? You really should submit them so they get more exposure. It isn't hard to do it, you should learn how to. If you can hack apart games and edit them like you do, you can do that. Then if you want exposure for your youtube videos of them you could probably link them in the description.
Edit: Definately share the Stunt Race FX overclocked patch. I hope you can get that one at 45HZ too. That's a pretty fun game to watch.
Also, I'm not sure what overclocking does, does it increase the FPS? If not, you should consider a hack to increase the FPS of Stuntrace FX. Be nice to see that game running smoothly.
I don't want to submit my hard work for free this time, sorry, there's always youtube to ooh and ahh at it. I just mentioned in the above post that stunt race fx runs fine at 50 mhz, and I posted in the first post stunt race fx running at 48 mhz.
Also my patched roms are only good for use on real hardware. In an emulator I'm sure you can make a rom run at any speed you like, getting it going that fast on the real hardware took a little romhacking magic.
What overclocking these carts does:
1: Framerate increase about equal to the speed difference. Default clock speed is 21.47 mhz, stunt race fx is running at 50 mhz, so my cart is running at around 2.32x the original framerate.
2: The control response time increases. At the default clock speed there was a lag in the controls, lag is equally as sped up as the framerate.
3: The gameplay speed increases. It's not as bad as it sounds, since the control response time increases everything is equally as playable as before. All you need to really do is adjust to the new speed which isn't hard, it feels more intense, but it's still just as playable as before.
Does overclocking the chip too much have any downsides, such as possibly drawing too much power and frying the cart/console?
Nope. I've been running 48 mhz starfox 1 on a stock snes for a long time without issues. Nothing fries, nothing has issues, these superfx chips are actually extremely durable. I've built and sold a number of these carts since first overclocking starfox way back when. Unfortunately this new discovery makes the older carts I built look slow except for maybe starfox 1.
So far I've done this with perfect success to starfox, starfox 2, stunt race fx, and vortex. Doom is going to require some hardware trickery since it's a 16mbit game so I'm waiting on parts to do that.