Free during beta - Phasure XXHE for Gamers

Discussion in 'Computer Audiophile: Software, Configs, Tools' started by Mamba, Apr 25, 2018.

  1. Mamba

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    Last April, PeterSt from Phasure expressed interest in developing a version of his XXHE music program dedicated for PC gamers. Audiophile software for gamers? Say what?

    Boost your Rig - XXHE Forum

    It all has to do with (temporary) OS reduction. Reducing OS processes during gaming would mean less electronic noise, snappier computer response, lower latency, lower power usage, less noise, and less heat. Frame rates may increase, but also smoother gameplay with lightning fast response times and less fan noise. Turn off XXHE and you're back to a fully featured Windows OS again.

    It's free for first 50 volunteers. There are probably millions of gamers who could benefit from this sort of tweak. I've tried some of the other software services that claim to do this, but found them to be more bloatware. I think this has potential to be MUCH better.

    Unless we get 50 people willing to test it, it's all conjecture. Anyone else want to give it a shot?

    I have no commercial interest whatsoever; I just want to try it out for myself and we need more beta testers to make that happen.

    (Sorry mods, just realized this should be posted in Geek Cave section instead. Feel free to move...)
     
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    This sounds real dumb, but I would test it. I would suggest marketing it to GPU cryptocurrency miners as well. I would test myself in this realm in addition to gaming. Power/thermal efficiency is priority #1 for a serious miner so if this software could stop the other crap on Windows from taking memory, CPU clocks, and general system bandwidth I think it would be a real winner.
     
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    sounds something similar to what razer game booster does but I'd definitely like to try it :D
     
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    If you are interested in trying it out, please please sign up in the thread linked in the OP. Unless you do that, it doesn’t count towards the needed 50.

    I really think this could be a killer little program with many potential applications.

    I’ve tried Razer Cortex. Mostly bloatware IMO. I really don’t think there’s anything else out there quite like this, and I’ve looked pretty hard in the past.

    Back in the day I used nLite to create custom versions of Win XP with very small footprint. Have also heavily modded Win 7 for the same purposes. I’ve always enjoyed using very lean OS’s, but this is next level IMO. Not only because PeterSt has skillz far beyond my own, but because it can be turned on and off so easily. This level of sophistication at the push of a button is really unheard of.

    Who else is willing to try it out?
     
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    Am there all i msged was that am in any other thing required?
     
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    Nothing else required for now other than expressing your desire to test it in that thread.
     
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    gave the links to some friends this thing looks good
     

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