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    Senior Member EmoCat's Avatar
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    Default Gaming/Multimedia Enviroment

    I found this option in my Adapters settings. I enabled it. The only change I've found is better signal whenever I'm In-game or on YouTube.

    Anyone know anything else about this option?

    Not actually sure if thats the option's benefit (better signal) but I'm also getting Idle Signal when im not In-game or on Youtube (2/5 signal) even though my Modem is less than 5 metres away.

    Thanks in advance for any help you can provide
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    Default Re: Gaming/Multimedia Enviroment

    This on your wireless adapter? It's quite possibly just bumping up the power to it.
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    Default Re: Gaming/Multimedia Enviroment

    Well that answers why its overheating in 10 minutes. Perhaps I should turn it off and see if theres a difference.

    Thanks anyway :P
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