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MacBook Pro - Overclock 8600GT on 2.4Ghz 3,1 model?

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Is it possible to overclock the 8600GT on the 15" 2.4Ghz Santa Clara model under OSX? This is the lowend spec for the game I am releasing, but it would be grueling to do actual dev with this all the time. I'm aware this can be overclocked under vista without issues for an approximate 35% speed gain.

Yes, I am aware of the danger of overheating, extra power consumption, etc. Yes, I plan to cool it. No, I'm not a teen who thinks it would be "cool" to overclock. Thanks.
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