I reached the 40000 characters long limit for this post, so I have to split it in two. Keeping Hyperthreading enabled and disabling Core Parking / optimizing Power Management (see Windows section below) is probably a lot more beneficial.
When a pixel is going from one state to another, LCD Overdrive basically tells the pixel it needs to change more than it really does, for just a brief moment, to trick it into changing at it's maximum speed.
Problem is, it can often try to trick the pixel for too long, introducing noise and discoloration into your picture.
Most modern monitors already have this built into their controller hardware.
This is really only a benefit if you have a naturally slow panel.
I personally don't use or like it."Latest NVIDIA Drivers Downloads Go into your control panel and uninstall NVIDIA Stereoscopic 3D driver, you should get a FPS increase NVIDIA improved image quality settings you may apply with minimal performance loss: Fernando's Optimized NVIDIA n Force Driver Packs brainbit's Unified ASUS Xonar Drivers (low DPC latency) PAX's Tweaked Drivers for Creative Soundcards Disable unused audio devices (like ATI HDMI) in Device Manager Configure Playback/Recording devices with a right-click to the Volume Mixer, then configure audio card specific tray icon.
Always select 2/2.1 Speakers for your headphones if you want full dynamic range.
Reduce your audio sample rate to 16 bit, 48000 Hz to improve network to cpu prioritization and to reduce DPC latency.
Install those cleaners and run all of them in that order, they find different old keys: Apply all latest drivers for your hardware: Station-Drivers: le site de drivers, bios, firmwares avec un forum d'aide.
Intel Chipset Device Software installer is buggy, follow this procedure to improve your system responsiveness A LOT.