If none of these three are near maxed, then a Power Profile (Windows), CPU Strategy (in ISBoxer), FPS Limiting (in ISBoxer, and in some games), or Vertical Sync (in-game) change may be just what the doctor has ordered; see the sections above for these configuration tips.
On a final note, the sensors may report that they are not near their max, but you may still be overloading your hardware while running your entire team at once.
When I get some free time I’ll do that and post an update.
Once the hardware monitor is running, get to multiboxing and do whatever it is that you do when it goes too slow for your liking.
Upgrading your Storage will only help your framerate during these loading times.
If you are using a laptop or a desktop system with an integrated video card (meaning that your video card is not a separate card that is installed in an AGP or PCI-E slot), you will need to visit the website for your system manufacturer in order to download the most recent video card driver.
The closer to "maxed out" (100% in use) any of these three resources (CPU, GPU, RAM) are, the more likely it is to be your bottleneck.
For example if RAM is 100% (or nearly 100%) in use, things that should be readily accessible may be placed in storage instead.