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You can't over clock a MacBook - at least not in the same sense as you would with a home built unit. (FSB over speed, ram over clock, etc)

However, MacBook machines which contain the nVidia chipset have been reported to have been over clocked. The catch is that it can only be done from Windows. See the following LINK.

I guess you know that you can damage your nVidia GPU and thus severely damage the logic board by over clocking the GPU. Apple will not honor any warranty or Apple care if that should happen. So take care.

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