Which One?

  • AVG

    Votes: 10 52.6%
  • G Data

    Votes: 9 47.4%
  • Total voters
    19

voyes

Level 3
AVG has serious problems. All of the spying and telemetry aside.. As a gamer, one of the biggest ones is it's firewall can impact gaming performance and connectivity - at least that was my experience.

Gdata is way better if those are your only choices. Gdata is fine for gamers IMO.
What do you think is the best Gaming AV at all? Not only G Data and AVG to decide
 
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Slyguy

Level 40
What do you think is the best Gaming AV at all? Not only G Data and AVG to decide
Cylance w/VoodooShield (or OSA) Syshardener executed.
or
Thor Home Premium

Either of them are basically zero weight for gamers. In fact, you can run all three of these together for a near-zero-weight system with Cylance being your friend to detect strange morphed EXE's and other crap. VoodooShield for all of it's protection, and Thor Home for DNS/Web/Botnet and traditional AV protection with sandbox emulation.
 

Kuttz

Level 12
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-NOD32 + Syshardener + EXE Radar Pro v4 or OSArmor.

-Strong protection with little to no performance impact.

-With this you don't need to worry about too many false positives which is the case with Cylance.
 
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