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What are the Benefits?

Discussion in 'Razer Cortex' started by BoreClear, May 17, 2019.

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  1. BoreClear

    BoreClear Member

    I understand that the game boost and Pc cleaning functions could improve performance on older systems or systems without alot of RAM or a HDD. Besides the playing games for Razer silver (love it btw) how could Cortex improve my high end systems gaming performance?

    CPU: I7-8700k
    RAM: 32GB 3200mhz DDR4
    Storage: 500GB Samsung 970 PRO NVME OS Drive
    500GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD
    MOBO: Z370 MSI Gaming M5
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  2. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Want to play 4K 144Hz:smile_: I wouldn’t use cortex gaming boost for your pc, even more than half weaker performance on my laptop and egpu setting I never use any gaming boost feature from nvidia experience or cortex, last time I tried on my old setting Blade 14 7700HQ 1060 and didn’t feel improvement that made me want to use it from both apps. Traditional manual setting like undervolting and overclocking brings more performance improvement.
    That’s only my personal opinion you can try gaming boost and see if there’s some performance gains or you like it or not though, it’s free right.
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  3. ARMOR_152

    ARMOR_152 Well-Known Member

    It probably won't help your performance at all. It's for people that have lots of background programs or dirty PC's. If you have your power plan set to max performance, do a Disk Cleanup, and defrag (or trim), and don't have extra programs in background you'll be already doing what it does. I just have the everything turned off on Cortex but like using it for the Silver if it happens to be a game I play.
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