That is fairly unlikely - changing the clock is a fairly safe operation. If you set it too high, you'll get corrupted graphics or a crash. On reboot, it'll be fine.Xander562 said:Doesn't that void your warrantee or something? i read that on these forums somewhere.
I'm using the stock Apple drivers and it shows up at 400/400 default just fine.bearbo said:do you have to find drivers from ati, not just the ones from bootcamp in order for this to work?
atitool 0.24 tells me 0/0, and .25 tells me 1314/1355... what should i do? (right now i just have bootcamp supplied drivers)
I don't know the stock speeds for Core 2 Duo iMacs.Tony Gambino said:I get 475 Core and 500 Memory with ATITool and ATI Overclock
Is this possible?
Thats above 470/470 as its supposed to be and in Imacs 400/400
Did apple forget to downclock my GPU?
Anybody else checked it out on the new standard 20 Imac Core 2 Duo with 128 ram?
Or are those apps just inaccurate?
They downclocked them and now run them at stock speeds.Tony Gambino said:If it would show 470/470 I would think apple doesn't underclock the GPU anymore and be happy, but since its above that - 475/500 I think something isnt right here
First they underclocked the GPU now they overclock them?
I read somewhere 470/470 is the standard rate for this card