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    Sep 29, 2003
    Black MacBook. Once you go black, you never go back. 2.0 Ghz Intel Core Duo; 2 GB RAM; 80 GB HDD
    Underclocking Intel CoreDuo
    Is there any way to underclock a 2.0Ghz Intel CoreDuo processor inside the Macbook? My gf's 1.83Ghz puts out a lot less heat and I would totally be willing to have a slower processor for less heat. At least 1.83Ghz. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Apr 19, 2007
    MacBook Pro 15", 2.4ghz C2D 4gb RAM,320gb WD Black 7.2k RPM. + iPhone 8Gb
    tbh i dont know about overclocking or under clocking on a mac i would like to know how to overclock my mac but also i see ya point for underclocking my best advice is stick it in low power mode this might help.

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    Feb 02, 2007
    Chicago, IL
    Quad 2.8GHz Mac Pro, Edge iPhone
    With the Macbooks you can make it work for better battery life which I assume makes everything work more power efficient and slower. The setting should be under Energy Saver in the System Preferences Panel.

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