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post #11 of 58 (permalink) Old 06-15-2009, 03:11 PM
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post #12 of 58 (permalink) Old 06-15-2009, 06:38 PM
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To anyone with a rig similar to mine (low ram, haggard CPU) GET THIS!

It made every game just run better. Not some amazing performance increase. But it's just smoother, and more enjoyable.

Thank you very much for this download.


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To anyone with a rig similar to mine (low ram, haggard CPU) GET THIS!

It made every game just run better. Not some amazing performance increase. But it's just smoother, and more enjoyable.

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post #14 of 58 (permalink) Old 07-05-2009, 01:29 PM
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This program worked great for me. It frees up valuable resources on dinosaurs like mine which are crucial to my gaming experience. I've noticed a few more fps in most games, which means less choppy game-play.


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Might have to try this
As i have 70 processes running most of the time!


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Doesn't do me much good in games, but it does bump my 3DMark score up a little, as it does SuperPi. Thanks Schubs.

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I know this is aged a few months, but how are peoples experiences with this on, say a standard 939 system at 2.0 and one gig? I currently have only 25 processes running and its a fully featured computer, but Im thinking it wont make a big difference, and I am reluctant to try without some more feedback
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Does this work with Windows 7?

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I know this is aged a few months, but how are peoples experiences with this on, say a standard 939 system at 2.0 and one gig? I currently have only 25 processes running and its a fully featured computer, but Im thinking it wont make a big difference, and I am reluctant to try without some more feedback

just wanted to update that i tried gamebooster and it worked quite well for me. sig rig
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Thanks for this download I'm trying it now.

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