Originally Posted by TheFlyingWallaby
Read the OCN TOS and reconsider that statement.
I don't understand. How am I violating the TOS in any way?
As for what I was saying earlier, I would like to reiterate the fact that my MacBook has had all of the infamous problems you can read about online, such as the discoloration problem, the sudden shut-down, screen flickering, screen luminosity imbalance (splotches) and random Bluetooth disconnections and disabilities.
I think, personally, that the best idea would to be to use a Thinkpad with either Windows XP, some Linux/Unix/*nix, or MacOSx86. The latter is only recommended for those of which do not expect Apple to help you with your problems, as you break the End User License (aka Voiding the Warranty
. All of us overclockers love to do that, no?
Just make sure that you obtain a legal copy of Mac OS X, else this could
be perceived as piracy.
expriceEdited by exprice - 5/20/08 at 5:24pm