3 Tips for Boosting the Performance of Laptops

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Laptops were never the go-to computers when it came to upgradability, and they never purported to be. Sure, they get brownie points for allowing users to travel everywhere while staying connected to the net, to work, and/or (if they’re that type of person) to their cyber lives. However, when it comes to increasing performance, desktops are the easier and more practical solution. While laptop replacement parts are indeed hard (and expensive) to come by, there are other ways to pump more juice out of your gadgets; laptop parts be damned.

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T he competition between the two top GPU manufacturers, NVIDIA and ATI, is so heated, both companies have also extended product upgradability beyond physical releases. That is, they are also continuously updating the drivers of their products to better meet the demands of newer software. In many cases, updates can increase GPU performance by as much as 20%. Although every GPU will reach a point when driver updates just won’t cut it anymore, the updates do extend its usability for just a while longer. Here are other ways to pump more juice out of your gadgets; laptop parts be damned. Updating Drivers

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The important settings to take note of are the core clock and the memory clock. The core clock is the speed of the GPU’s main processor, while the memory clock pertains to the speed of its memory buffer. The goal is to achieve a perfect balance between high performance and stability through the deft adjusting of the two settings. Overclock GPUs

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Laptop power levels fluctuate when the laptop’s battery is close to being drained. This sudden energy conservation mode shift is used to serve as a warning to the user that a recharge is needed very soon. Newer laptops, though, have a feature called “switchable graphics” which allows users to give maximum power allocation to certain programs (games being the most popular choice), while putting the laptop in energy conservation mode when lower-priority programs are run. Optimize Power Settings

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Every device reaches the end of its shelf life; and with computer gadgets, this happens even more so. Still, not all of us can afford to just buy laptop spare parts, let alone new laptops. Because of this, it is imperative that we figure out ways to maximize our gadgets for as long as we can. After all, it’s the budget-savvy consumer who eventually comes out on top. Maximizing is Key

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