Tom's Hardware has published a guide which shows you how to hack AMD's Fusion for Gaming utility so you can run it on Intel processors as well. You can check it out over here.
AMD released version 1.0 of its AMD Fusion for Gaming utility, which allows users a simple and fast way to prepare their Windows PCs for gaming. With the press of a button, the application can be used to automatically close down non-essential services, enhance the hard drive performance and even overclock the GPU and CPU.
Unfortunately for many, the AMD Fusion for Gaming utility is limited to only systems with an AMD processor, although that limitation is artificially imposed by AMD. The good news is, overcoming such an artificial limitation is often a trivial matter, which we will now demonstrate.