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    X1600 overclock question
    Ok, so this question will sound very ignorant to many of u, and i apologize. I also feel confident I could find it by perusing these boards long enough, but....
    Just to be sure: even if I do overclock the x1600 card in my 17" mbp under XP in boot camp, once booted back into OS X, the card falls back under control of the Apple drivers... i.e. it will stay overclocked when in XP and revert back to within apple's set limits when in OSX, right?
    It's just that I'm always real cautious with this sort of thing; I understand apple's underclocking in this case being a heat issue given the mbp's thin, 'packed' design. Thanks.

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