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I know I dont have the best setup(in my signature), but I somehow believe that even with the low end hardware, my performance can be greatly improved. I'm attaching my /Extra folder. Any recommendations to improve performance?









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I have an E6750 2,6Ghz CPU, and overclocked it to ~3,2Ghz and using it OC'd for more than a year now (with stock cooler). That added some points for my benchmarks. So maybe you could try to overclock your machine.

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I'll try overclocking to 3.0, but I thought it might be something i could tweak in OS X.


I only thought so because the performance gap between windows 8 and ML is so dramatic on this computer.


Slight boost from 1.33 to 1.66, but still horrible


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