AMD recently unveiled its Fusion for Gaming application with a lot of tawdry grandiosity. The utility, currently in beta, provides a software-based crude overclocking solution by closing all background apps and services to optimize the system for gaming. The utility also tinkers with some other system settings to provide enhanced performance during gaming . Once in expert mode, the application can even overclock the GPU.
The chipmaker claims that Fusion for Gaming can enhance a computer’s performance by up to 10%. Although it might actually prove to be handy, the chances of it being worth as much as AMD’s rhetoric suggests are slim to none. The beta is only meant for Windows Vista 32 and can be downloaded here .
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