Thursday, January 20, 2011

Speed Up Games Performance - GameGain


GameGain allows us to modify our computers settings to increase gaming performance and to avoid slowdowns and glitches. All adjustments and settings are done from an easy to use interface that only requires us to click a button. Our original settings can also be restored in the same manner.

The program changes the maximum and minimum cache sizes, animation settings, file allocation buffers,application priority levels and several other options. All these settings could be changed manually from various Windows dialogs, however GameGain lets us access, optimize and restore them with a single click.

GameGain is one of the first products to enhance gaming, it increases overall speed and squeezes out every last bit of performance our computer is capable of. Very easy to use, fully compliant with all versions of Microsoft Windows and adjusts itself to our computer specifications.

The main features and benefits of GameGain include:
  • Makes direct changes to system registry and system files to enhance memory
  • Screen drawing, animations, refresh rates, cpu threading speeds
  • Automatically adjusts settings and changes made based on computer specifications
  • Complete fault tolerance system implemented
  • Proven technology which can double the frames per second rate in games such as id Software DOOM 3 and similar shooters.
  • Deep system analyzer and diagnostic features which attempt to find and repair any potential problems with the computer affecting its performance
  • Advanced software based over-clocking features to enhance memory and cpu priorities
  • Easy and intuitive user interface which performs all setting changes immediately.
The basic system requirements of GameGain include:

  • Microsoft Windows 2000, 2003, 95, 98, Me, NT, Vista, XP;
  • Intel Pentium (or compatible) 90 MHz or higher processor;
  • 16 MB of computer memory or higher recommended;
  • PC Mouse or other pointing type device;
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 or higher installed.


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