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MacBook Pro - making a 2.93ghz, 4 gig ram MBP run at its fastest


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well I bought a MBP 17" 2.93 ghz, 4. gig ram, 320gig 7200rpm on may the 19th... so obviously i feel a little let down... that Apple upgraded the CPU speed slightly... and made a adjustments to the HD size... so what can I and other let down apple customers do to speed up their MBP speed...? i am very concerned about this.... hahah not really but seriously what services and such do you disable and change to get the most out of your system? I am new to Macs... so I wondering what all technical stuff I can do... also I have OnyX installed and I have seen this forum New macbook pro Overclocked to 3.15Ghz - Mac Forums which details some use of this OnyX to improve the performance of MBPs look on pg 2, other than that... what suggestions can you smart MBP users give?

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Throw in a SSD.. OCZ Vertex..
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