Even though the new MacBook Pro mini-LED XDR display can go up to 1000 nits of peak sustained brightness, Apple limits it to 500 nits standard, but what if you could OVERCLOCK it?!
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In this video, I show your everything you need to know about how to OVERCLOCK your MacBook pros mini-LED XDR display and get it to run at 1000 nits at all times instead of just within HDR content.
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