Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Overclock your Mac with ZDNet Clock

There are a multitude of overclocking tools for Windows. I even got one when a purchased a new motherboard to my computer. The program was included in the installation disc. For Macintosh, it has been a little more difficult to get overclocking tools. Until now. German ZDNet has developed a program called ZDNet Clock to overclock Macintosh computers. According to ZDNet, it is possible to overclock a Mac Pro on clock speed 2.8 GHz to around 3.2 GHz. If you have a Mac Pro or an Apple Xserve server, feel free to try the ZDNet program. Just remember that you do it at your own risk. Don't blame me if something is going wrong during the process. Link to the download page of ZDNet Clock can be found here.

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