Coolbook with bootcamp?

Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by andrewp, May 3, 2009.

  1. andrewp macrumors member

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    Is there any way to apply bootcamp or another software to work with windows on my air, because I still have the undervolting problems in WinXP
     
  2. n0de macrumors 6502

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    I guess from your title that you have not had your first cup of coffee today and you are looking for a version of coolbook that will run in windows, right?

    Sorry but the answer is no, there is not one.
     
  3. hybster macrumors member

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    Oh but there is even better options under windows, not to mention free...

    rmclock.
     
  4. zsnow macrumors regular

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    does rmclock works on your air? I found it doesn't work well on my.
     
  5. hybster macrumors member

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    Works fine on my nvidia mba, overclocking to 2ghz at 0,95v using nvidia tools and rmclock :)
     
  6. andrewp thread starter macrumors member

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    I had my coffee, read the part where I'm saying "or another software to work with windows" ;)

    But thanks guys, I'll try rmclock and let you know how it goes
     
  7. aaquib macrumors 65816

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    How do you find the app? And hybster, isn't it dangerous overclocking a notebook, especially one as thin and constraint as the MBA?
     
  8. ppc750fx macrumors 65816

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    Overclocking is usually only harmful if you're overvolting along with it -- it's heat death that kills chips, not what frequency they run at. If you happen to get a really, really nice sample that can be clocked up without boosting the voltage past spec then you can probably get away with it.

    I'd wonder how stable it really is at 2Ghz @ 0.95v though hybster... you've either been blessed by the Intel gods, or you haven't run enough stability tests on it yet...
     

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