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I am using this computer (specs below) for gaming (Flight Simulator). On the former system before this one, I used a utility called GameGain which seemed to help increase my frame rates. Since this system has much more muscle than the system that I replaced, if anyone has used GameGain, in your opinion, would I be pushing this current system too far by using this utility? Thanks in advance.

I'm really a novice when it comes to overclocking and GameGain seems to be an easy way out for me. Am I wrong?

Thanks,

Robert

Motherboard: Asus M2N32-SLI Delux
CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ Socket AM2
Memory: 4 - Corsair XMS2 2-Gb DDR2 SDRam 800 (PC26400)
Hard Drive: Western Digital 750Gb Sata
Graphics Card: PNY GeForce 8800GTS 640Mb 320-Bit GDDR3 PCIex16
Power Supply: Antec True Power Trio 650-Watt

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- wrong forum
- I never heard of "gamegain"
- that system should run MSFS pretty nicely (what version of MSFS anyway?)
- don't bother with framerate counters in FS. They don't say much, haven't in years.

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HAHA.... you dont need to worry about frame rates in the near future. Just make sure v-sync is off in the games and they should run fine.

If you are playing multi player games, dont run p2p software in the background.

Keep your computer clean, dont have a ton of apps in start up.

USE GAMEGAIN RATHER THAT OVERCLOCK AND BLOW AN NEAT CARD ^^


Also this forum is for ppl interested in making games ;)

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