Simply set up some autohosts (only for testing purposes of course) and wait them to fill up.
Then use the ghost++ without desync-code and do the same.
Would be interesting to see if it affects the performance noticeably.
If you compare the latest GHost++ version with the GHost++ version two years ago, you might say something like "Wow, the cpu required to run ghost++ has doubled in the last two years."
However if you just remove the desync feature, or the autohost, or any other number of the features added in the last two years, your results may not show a noticeable difference.
It's the whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.
Basically, remove all of the unneeded features and make ghost++ slim, you'll get a highly noticeable performance increase. :-)
That's what I'm trying to do anyway, bit by bit.