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is games tweaking software going to help?


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#1 Jimtechy

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Posted 04 April 2014 - 09:46 AM

greetings all

after doing some search on the Internet to find a way to speed up games and reduce lag rather than upgrading hardware i found some software that promise to do that like Game Fire Game Fire - Accelerate PC Gaming Experience and GameGain PGWARE - Download GameGain to Make PC Games Run Faster which appear to be fine programs

but the real question is are those software really gonna help and do which is promised to do to increase games fps and reduce lag and which one of them is the best



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Posted 08 April 2014 - 04:30 AM

If your hardware cannot play games without lag and performance issues then it shouldn't be playing them. 

 

The reason your PC is having these issues is because your hardware is struggling. Using one of these programs may cause damage to your hardware. I've never personally used something like this but I can only assume. 

 

I'd suggest instead of risking your PC's hardware for a little improvement to experience i'd save and invest in some new hardware.

 

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Posted 08 April 2014 - 05:44 AM

If your hardware cannot play games without lag and performance issues then it shouldn't be playing them. 

 

The reason your PC is having these issues is because your hardware is struggling. Using one of these programs may cause damage to your hardware. I've never personally used something like this but I can only assume. 

 

I'd suggest instead of risking your PC's hardware for a little improvement to experience i'd save and invest in some new hardware.

 

Darktune

 

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