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When integrating an application in RT7 lite. Does it automatically install? What I am looking to do is make some benchmarking OS images that already have the apps/benchmarks and drivers installed. Along with all of the stripped services...
anyone? I would need to know this before I perform the iso image.
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anyone? I would need to know this before I perform the iso image.
Haven't tried it. Make an ISO and install it in a VM before burning it to a disc.
    
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PizzaMan, is it OK with you if i translate this guide to finnish language and publish this on finnish overclocking-site?
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@pizzaman...if i leave the networking stuff on the iso..will it affect my super pi timings?
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@pizzaman...if i leave the networking stuff on the iso..will it affect my super pi timings?
I would have to guess it would slightly. Hard to say how much though.
    
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guess i have test and tell
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post #48 of 118
Great guide! I just finished building my new rig and haven't yet installed an OS.

Would stripping Windows like this benefit gaming, or just benchmarking? And, if I follow this guide, would there be any benefit to tweaking the OS after installation like this guide goes over?

Thanks
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Great guide! I just finished building my new rig and haven't yet installed an OS.

Would stripping Windows like this benefit gaming, or just benchmarking? And, if I follow this guide, would there be any benefit to tweaking the OS after installation like this guide goes over?

Thanks
This guide is pretty much just for benching and not really good for 24/7 use.

If you strip it you will not have to much else to tweak, but there will be a little bit you can do to it.
    
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Think I may try and tweak my main OS to have some pre-installed programs on it.
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