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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by MacHappytjg, May 16, 2008.
Does any one know how to over clock a macbook 1.83ghz if its possible i got Xp on aswell as osx
it runs too hot to overclock
a normal core 2 duo cpu runs about 30c idle 44c under full load, and as you know the macbooks run a lot hotter than that, so dont even try
i have a core duo not 2 any diff
Core Duo runs hotter than Core 2 Duo.
Answer is NO, unless you are willing to break something.
You really won't gain any measurable improvement in the vast majority of apps, and has been mentioned, will ultimately cook the CPU. Not only that, but it's a total warranty buster (if you're still under warranty). If it's the sole or primary machine, I wouldn't even consider doing it.
With the speeds of CPU's/GPU's these days, the notion of & perceived need for overclocking is really a thing of the past, more for bragging rights & "geek cred" than any real performance improvement.
They have a hard enough time not going critical-mass as it is. Don't do it unless you want a meltdown.
well oviously i want a melt down not but how big of a hd does the 1st macbook read up to
i know ram is 2gb any idea on the hdd
Should be a 320GB, if you're talking internal. Externally, the sky's the limit.
i dont think its 320gb cvause somone put in a 250 and it didnt read it all
The installation was faulty, then, either from a connection or formatting perspective. There's a lot of folks putting 320GB drives in their MacBooks, but it may be dependent also on which series you've got. I know that all the Core2Duo MB's support them, prior to that, I'm not positive.
If you overclock it, be sure to take pictures and post them <3.
like i said im not i just wanna know the max hd size on the first low end macbook !
It is conceivable that you could put one of those new Samsung 500GB drives in there, if you can read french and don't mind dropping 200 Euros plus shipping on it.
I have never heard of any actual hard drive size limit on the MacBooks, regardless of model (Core Duo, Core 2 Duo, Santa Rosa, or Penryn)