|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|08-29-2013 04:41 PM|
|Wasupwitdat1||I was able to download it and install it. But it won't confirm registration so I can't use it.|
|03-29-2013 05:23 PM|
|T-Willi||Razer re-released the GameBooster (im pretty sure) and Ive tried it out on my rig and laptop and I didnt get much of an increase of performance maybe another 5-10fps gain on both of them but it didnt make either computer crash or anything. Its a pretty neat tbh|
|03-27-2013 08:39 AM|
I tried this when I was using my older laptop to eek out everybit of performance so I could run world of tanks at a decent frame rate, I could only get it to load once and I ran my game for about 10 minutes before crashing. I did find a good game booster that did work though. It is/was called WISE game booster. It actually did work, on average it would free up anywhere from ~45-85 MBs of RAM which is always helpful. I did see better gameplay after installing and running this. As noted before concerning the other game booster, make sure you turn it off after gaming.
If interested here's the linky:
|10-13-2012 03:43 AM|
|Rayce185||The download isn't available anymore, only a Beta sign up for "Razer Game Booster"...|
|08-08-2011 12:14 PM|
|Speedster159||Does this actually work?|
|12-29-2010 04:55 PM|
|SilveR_172||Had this a while ago i had a fair few BSOD's But when i did get it to work on my wirless internet, it worked well.|
|12-29-2010 04:22 AM|
|sixor||for me this give me like 50mb free ram in xp, i am happy XD|
|12-18-2010 07:41 AM|
it actually gave my pc BSOD's for the first time... and a few times more after that...
really no difference in gaming and all that...
|12-16-2010 07:11 AM|
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.
|12-14-2010 07:15 AM|
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