but have you actually tried to disable Pagefile and compare with pagefile enabled and disabled?Disable Pagingfile for performance boost is a myth. Even Microsoft don't recommend turning off paging files at all. CPU, GPU, and RAM play the biggest role in gaming performance. His video steps are nothing but destroying your PC. Anything that offers " boosting your PC performance " is oil snake.
it's not a myth. I have been disabling pagefile for 6-7 years and I can see an immediate boost in performance with proper tweaks
yesterday, I have a VM running with 2GB of RAM with pagefile, I was always disappointed with its performance but when I disabled pagefile, I could see x1.5-2 gain in performance
disabling pagefile is unsafe for average/novice users but completely normal for someone who can manage their PCs well
disabling pagefile may not benefit gaming because they will be stored in RAM anyway unless there is a lack of memory so it's better to close all the processes before playing games to have more RAM for gaming
about boosting PC performance, they actually boost my FPS but I had to learn how to use it properly. General tweaks won't help
from me who has i7-3630QM, GT650M, 8GB who try to play FIFA18 on the lowest preset, average FPS ~30-40, sometimes 20-25