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I ran games on my computer perfectly a few months ago. The I started dropping frames in one or two games. I reinstalled Windows 7, checked the disk, ran scans, checked for updates on drivers, etc. I use/have used the programs Advanced SystemCare, Intel's Turbo Boost processor program, switching to "adjust Windows for best performance", and Gamebooster. Anything else? Like a task-killer or even if it isn't like one. Or if you just want to help me fix this issue ENTIRELY with a semi-easy remedy. Thank you.

asked Oct 31 '12 at 06:45

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edited Oct 31 '12 at 06:48


You really are not going to get programs that boost performance of games. Most of the time they just shut off the background programs. Therefore making it faster. Try running a anti virus scan using MalwareBytes http://www.malwarebytes.org/ Download the free one and update and do a full system scan. If it finds something delete what it finds.

answered Oct 31 '12 at 07:27

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Xfire?

Cheers!

answered Nov 01 '12 at 10:07

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