GameGain 4.6.4.2018 for Windows

by PGWARE

Avg. Rating 2.0 (44 votes)

File Details

File Size 3.6 MB
License Shareware, $12.99
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,760
Publisher PGWARE
Homepage GameGain

Publisher's Description

GameGain optimizes your computer performance to make your games run faster. Based off the PCMedik software, this differentiates itself by focusing entirely on gaming performance upgrades only. Playing computer games that run entirely too slow or show poor performance? This attempts to solve such problems and at the same time increase computing performance. It boosts your computer gaming performance by modifying several system settings, so you can now use that old computer or new computer of yours as your primary gaming station. No installation or modification needs to be made to your hardware, it does all the complicated settings for you instantly.

Latest Reviews

FXSoftware

FXSoftware reviewed v2.6.6.205 on Jun 6, 2005

Same thing can be done with the Reg Editor and a google search. And much better things can be done with much better *free* softwares (X-Setup). Too bad they don't specify that the performances will "improve" only on a few systems.

Advice : Put all your softwares in a all in one package, add lot of checkboxes, sell the whole thing at 10 bucks and it may deserve a 3 (more likely a 2).

Matenka

Matenka reviewed v2.5.9.2005 on May 20, 2005

It used to be free though. I used it before and I also didn't notice any big improvements. The only thing it did was screwing my registry up!! The good thing was that it makes back-ups. That's it, not really worth the money.

Bachalor

Bachalor reviewed v2.4.18.2005 on Apr 20, 2005

It test it with a pc (2,8Mhz, 256mb RAM). I detect NOTHING, it works in the same way. But now I buy extra 256mb RAM. Wow, that's more effective than GameGain.
My opinion: Software cannot replace physical memory! Buy memory for 30 EURO, this money is then better invested.

[deXter]

[deXter] reviewed v2.4.18.2005 on Apr 19, 2005

GameGain had a very notorious history; however, all issues had been fixed way back. GameGain works. I have actually seen performance improvements in my gaming (Maybe its because I'm using an old computer?). Newer comps might not see much of a difference though.

Dirk van Hoofen

Dirk van Hoofen reviewed v2.4.18.2005 on Apr 19, 2005

Not really worth to pay for it.
I can not detect, that the tools/games ran better.
The program makes something, but nobody knows exactly what!

Avg. Rating 2.0 (44 votes)
Your Rating
FXSoftware

FXSoftware reviewed v2.6.6.205 on Jun 6, 2005

Same thing can be done with the Reg Editor and a google search. And much better things can be done with much better *free* softwares (X-Setup). Too bad they don't specify that the performances will "improve" only on a few systems.

Advice : Put all your softwares in a all in one package, add lot of checkboxes, sell the whole thing at 10 bucks and it may deserve a 3 (more likely a 2).

Matenka

Matenka reviewed v2.5.9.2005 on May 20, 2005

It used to be free though. I used it before and I also didn't notice any big improvements. The only thing it did was screwing my registry up!! The good thing was that it makes back-ups. That's it, not really worth the money.

Bachalor

Bachalor reviewed v2.4.18.2005 on Apr 20, 2005

It test it with a pc (2,8Mhz, 256mb RAM). I detect NOTHING, it works in the same way. But now I buy extra 256mb RAM. Wow, that's more effective than GameGain.
My opinion: Software cannot replace physical memory! Buy memory for 30 EURO, this money is then better invested.

[deXter]

[deXter] reviewed v2.4.18.2005 on Apr 19, 2005

GameGain had a very notorious history; however, all issues had been fixed way back. GameGain works. I have actually seen performance improvements in my gaming (Maybe its because I'm using an old computer?). Newer comps might not see much of a difference though.

Dirk van Hoofen

Dirk van Hoofen reviewed v2.4.18.2005 on Apr 19, 2005

Not really worth to pay for it.
I can not detect, that the tools/games ran better.
The program makes something, but nobody knows exactly what!

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