XCanG

Hello, I'm interesting what soft (SWITCH/BOOST/CHILL) will be best for a game. It possible to combine some of it or all, i.e. SWITCH + BOOST.

My laptop not so bad, but game require alot of power. CPU work easy, but GPU is hard. In game (3rd person shooter) I have problew with rotation (object loading in RAM and game lagging), this help BOOST, decrease resolution.Also this game have advanced menu and mu FPS up to 110 and using CHILL is very good to save laptop.
Also some scenes with a lot of enemies drop down my FPS (it about 35 in game and drop to 5-20), here is help SWITCH.

How can I combine it?

Or can you make single app with choosing of functions to use?

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QuiteReluctant
Combining SWITCH and BOOST would not work, for technical reasons. Usually, it is better to use BOOST: it is a more developed product, and it can work in SWITCH mode as well (using Ctrl + F10 or Mouse Middle Button) - just as you suggest. [smile]

You can use CHILL + BOOST (if you make small adjustment), but from what you describe you do not need CHILL: crazy high FPS in menus does not mean that CPU or GPU overheat at these moments; rather, they have very little load in menus. 
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XCanG
QuiteReluctant, ok, thanks. But how about make single application and when if we load game ask us what inject into a game and disable functions what not support (i.e. choose SWITCH, BOOST will be disabled). Single app is better in any way and does no crash if something happen. It like Reshade (also known or similar SweetFX, ENBSeries, GemFX, McFX, CustomFX) injector what may enable/disable some functions.

P.S. DX11 support will be good. I may use CHILL from my home machine, that overpowered (now I use in NVIDIA control panel frame limit to 60).
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