Now anyone can check out Razer's new tweak utility, Game Booster.
Razer said on Tuesday that Game Booster, its optimization software for streamlining PC gaming performance, has been pulled out of closed beta and is now available for public testing. Users looking to squeeze every framerate out of Black Ops II and Diablo III can give the new open beta a test run by downloading a copy from here.
"Tens of thousands of users were granted closed beta access to Razer Game Booster in September and much of the submitted feedback was incorporated into the latest version," the company said. "Among its many features, the program now supports several additional languages, allowing for users around the world to give their games a boost."
The tweak utility, which is based on IObit's Game Booster software, optimizes a user’s system settings, thus improving PC game performance while also providing the ability to share "favorite moments" with friends in the process. Razer said it did extensive research and testing in partnership with IObit during the development, improving and updating features "to bring about the most intuitive and powerful application possible."
That said, with the click of a button, gameplay should become faster, smoother and easier to launch thanks to the new tool. To make that happen, the upcoming utility includes the following modes:
Focus in on your game by temporarily shutting down unnecessary functions and applications, concentrating all of your resources purely on gaming. Applications shut down prior to gaming are restored when user exits the game.
Simplify the process of setting up your PC's performance by conveniently providing you with the option to tweak, defrag, or update any outdated drivers.
A bonus feature where you can show off your skills, create tutorials, and more, with the ability to record real-time audio/video and capture screenshots.
"We got tremendously positive feedback from our initial Razer Game Booster testers and we're happy to welcome everyone to experience the award-winning software to optimize their systems and enhance gameplay," said Robert "RazerGuy" Krakoff, president of Razer USA. "This is just another step in providing the best gaming experience possible to the community and our dedicated fans."
To give Razer's tweak utility a try, download a copy by heading here.