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    Who uses processor performance
    Does anyone use "highest" processor performance when plugged in? Does it really make a difference? On battery i have everything on custom and set so that it doesn't use as much power (to conserve batt power) but i'm wondering when at home and plugged into a power source - shall i tweak everything to make the iBook run faster, etc? does it work? is there really a difference?

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    Mar 09, 2004
    Aluminium Macbook 2.4 Ghz 4GB RAM, SSD 24" Samsung Display, iPhone 4, iPad 2
    I do... not really sure if it makes a difference, but I do feel as though I have less slowdowns when the option is on, so, yeh...

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    MacBook 2.4Ghz Black 4GB;iPod Touch 8GB;iPod mini 4GB silver;Logitech MX1000;
    i have set it up that way on my dad's 15'' pb
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    How do you tweak it to make the processor faster?

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