enterprising hackers, whatever are we going to do with them? First they're blazing their own trail by getting Windows
XP on a Mac, and now they're overclocking their GPUs
posted about one forum member's
(in French) that, when compared to similar PC notebook hardware specs, his MacBook Pro's GPU seemed to be
a bit underclocked - by over 100 MHz. However, these specs are on paper, and I haven't seen reports as to whether this
is a practice exhibited by other manufacturers.
So what's a hacker to do? Why, use ATI's tools to get some
overclocking action on! ATI offers a set of video card tools that unfortunately are Windows only, but if you come to the
same results and just gotta have some more MHz, using Boot Camp to run these tools under Windows XP ought to do the
trick for you. Just don't blame us if your MacBook Pro suddenly morphs into liquid metal form.