Overlord Gaming has tested the performance and loading times of six more games with and without Denuvo and found that the infamous anti-tamper technology does, in fact, have an adverse effect: titles such as Dishonored 2 and Bulletstorm appear to see increases in framerate by about 5% to 10% with the DRM removed, while loading times improved by as much as 25% in some titles. eTeknix is promoting at least some level of skepticism, however, as the testing methodology and hardware involved isn’t made entirely clear. This would, therefore, appear to be the most compelling and complex evidence to date. Evidence that clearly suggests that it does, indeed, have a pretty notable impact on performance. Without meaning to sound critical of the results, I would perhaps have liked to have seen a little more detail in the methodology. For example, was the tests carried out on the same system? Two identical systems? In addition, was the RAM fully “cleared” before each test was conducted?