Bottleneck on CSGO

Discussion in 'Game Tweaks and Modifications' started by Vtecquila, Mar 8, 2020.

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  1. Vtecquila

    Vtecquila New Member

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    Hello guys i have a problem with my new PC setup(AMD Ryzen 7 1700x - 32GB ram 3000mhz - Gtx 1060 3gb). I have a lot of fps drops and some stutters. Before you tell me something for regedit fixes and others i have tested everything i saw on internet and its all the same results. I did oc my cpu and just saw 30fps boost only but the problems were the same. With my previous setup (i7 5820k oc to 4.0ghz - 32gb ram 3000mhz - gtx 1060 3gb) i never had this problem and i was on 350-400 fps stable at 144hz monitor. The only that make it a little better is setting off the affinity on 0 core from task manager but again when they are a lot of enemies near me the fps is going to 150...Thank you for reading.
     
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    slick3 Ancient Guru

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    If you haven't already, I would suggest updating your BIOS to the latest and trying CS:GO on a fresh version of Win 10. Run the CS:GO launcher commands if you don't already.
     
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    Already updated the bios to version 3003 (asus strix b450-f gaming mobo) I have reinstalled windows , updated all drivers including amd chipset and nvidia gpu. I have tried every launch option on cs go (-novid -nojoy -refresh 144 -freq 144 -nod3d9ex -nod3d9ex1 -no-browser -high -limitvsconst -threads -disable_d3d9ex -r_emulate_g -softparticlesdefaultoff )
    I dont know but when i changed from i7 4770 with 16gb ram ddr3 to a i7 5820k 32gb ram ddr4 and i had the same gpu Gtx 1060 gaming X 3gb from MSi i didnt notice any performance difference in cs go and in other games. The fps was exactly the same in all games i think because was kind of a same cpu 4770 was haswell and 5820k was haswell-e
     

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