Game Fire is the kind of acceleration tool I especially need when playing games that seem to ignore my recent attempts at hardware updating and freeze, slow down and drag like hell. Games are rarely the avatars of speed, so accelerators are in high regard, and Game Fire can easily be listed among the best.
The program looks and feels very simple, which is a plus in my book. You start it and immediately get to the screen of the gaming profile providing you with full statistics on your system's performance. You can switch to game mode and see how much of the system resources a game takes up, then set up acceleration options for this particular game. There are games and applications management tools that help you save and adjust acceleration settings for various games. Game Fire also has access to standard Windows tools to work in synchronicity and optimize system performance for games. There's even a special defrag module.
Game Fire has an extensive set of setting that helps you optimize its own performance according to your system specs. The Game Adviser helps you find the best possible solutions for optimization. PRO version has real-time optimization capabilities in addition to basic optimizing.
Game Fire is stable, reliable and useful. It's the game accelerator most of us would pick, be it a free version or a paid one.
- Reliable and effective
- Extensive set of options
- Free version has too few features compared to PRO