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    LilAznAccommodator's Avatar Celestial Seraph
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    Does anyone happen to have any recommendations of RAM Optimizers that are actually good?

    I tried a few and they don't seem to really work... I see more of a Downgrade rather than Smoother performance and they claim to do. . .

    Ones I have tried:

    1) RAMBooster
    2) TweakNow PowerPack RAM Opt.
    3) RAMCleaner

    A few others that I don't rememebr their names. . .

    Anyone happen to know of others that they think are pretty good?

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    I use this one...i find it works great when i run multipule tasks B)

    FreeRam XP Pro
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    Clean RAM
    That's what I use.

    hmm...asspie

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    I used to use this http://www.analogx.com/contents/down...tem/maxmem.htm ram. with good results but I dont bother as much after adding more ram.

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    i use cacheman xp. sorry, but it is shareware, and i don't have a current link.

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    Turkishjade's Avatar Gunny
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    I can tell you for a machine that only had 128MB, I tried:

    Tweaknow (which is really Ram Idle)
    Ram Booster
    Ram Cleaner
    Maxmem

    and out of all of them, Ram Idle worked the best, gave the most memory and didn't crash running games. I ran benchmarks for all of them and I used all of them in conjunction with Executive Software's Diskeeper to defrag the disk before each test.

    I don't know about the others people have suggested, and I don't know how much memory you have. Take my advice for what it's worth.

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    Not sure if its the best but I use TuneUp Utilities now...

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    uNz[i]'s Avatar Out of order
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    Originally posted by Mullyman@13 August 2004 - 05:58
    I use this one...i find it works great when i run multipule tasks B)

    FreeRam XP Pro
    Yep... that's what I use too. Does the job just fine.

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