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post #41 of 58 (permalink) Old 03-14-2010, 03:42 AM
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Great for my laptop. Used it a while back when I still played WoW. Can't remember the exact number of frames, but the improvement was noticeable. Not so much for decent rigs though.
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post #42 of 58 (permalink) Old 03-14-2010, 04:29 AM
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I've used it, and no difference at all.

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Updated to 1.4

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these are the scores i got with and without .


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i've used this program...there is a noticable difference if you dont know what you can and cant kill in task manager yourself...after learning my system better killing what i know myself i havent noticed any difference basicly it shuts down any programs that are running in the background and extra windows features...great for those who r to scared to use task manager and learn by trail and error..

I may not awalys give the best advice but i do awalys give the best advice to my knowledge please feel free to correct me if i am wrong

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It used to work for me for the older rig. I nearly used to get 10-20% more fps

I play Pokemon. (currently playing Pocket Monsters Black)

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Iobit Game Booster 2.0 Final

http://www.majorgeeks.com/Iobit_Game_Booster_d5952.html

+ Improved Game Box Module
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I used it, didn't improve my ping or anything at all =/
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post #49 of 58 (permalink) Old 12-14-2010, 07:15 AM
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i've used this program...there is a noticable difference if you dont know what you can and cant kill in task manager yourself...after learning my system better killing what i know myself i havent noticed any difference basicly it shuts down any programs that are running in the background and extra windows features...great for those who r to scared to use task manager and learn by trail and error..
Good point, but I am lazy and it works well an easy. Great little program IMO

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In my experience it basically strips out alot of the unneeded services windows has that are not integral for gaming.

I accomplished these performance tweaks by spending some time turning off all the services I don't use on my gaming pc like bluetooth, tablet pc services, print spooler, and more.

If you're not of the mind to customize your windows install it seems like a great alternative. Although I don't agree with "freeing up" memory. Windows 7/Vista reported memory usage is not indicative of how much memory is truly available. They use idle memory to increase performance through superfetch. So I don't think interfering with windows memory management is a good idea.

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