CS:GO - Low performance on new gaming computer

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  1. Lanhouse

    Lanhouse New Member

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    Hello,

    I changed my computer a few days ago.

    When I play CS:GO, I have about 100-150 fps.
    On my old computer the game wath running about 260-300 fps.

    Old computer:
    i7 3770k
    Radeon RX 480
    8gb DDR3
    Windows 10 64bit
    latest Radeon drivers

    New computer
    i7 7740x
    1080TI
    16gb DDR4 3200
    Windows 10 64bit
    Nvidia 388.59


    I've disabled the XBOX DVR on both computer


    I donno what could be wrong and what is nerfing my performances



    If you guys already had the same issue.



    Many thanks in advance :)
     
  2. RealNC

    RealNC Ancient Guru

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    Make sure "multicore rendering" is enabled in the CS:GO video settings.
     
  3. Lanhouse

    Lanhouse New Member

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    I've done it yet. Thanks. I'm now at 200 constant fps
    A friend of mine have a 1080ti and have about 700fps
     
  4. RealNC

    RealNC Ancient Guru

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    Nobody has 700FPS. Maybe if you load an empty map and look at the ground and you heavily overclock your CPU.

    CS:GO is not consistent. You can get anywhere between 150 and 500FPS, depending on the map and where you are in it.
     

  5. Lanhouse

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    Ok thanks for your responses :)
     
  6. Lanhouse

    Lanhouse New Member

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    I've found the real problem :)

    I've a Kraken x52 as CPU cooling, and you have (not really but it's to manage the rgb leds) to download the software called "CAM"

    And when I disabled this crap, I run at about 350-400 fps (1080p at low settings)


    Cheers!
     
  7. Mike Z

    Mike Z Master Guru

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    LOL, I actually laughed.. I mean, who am I to tell you how to play a game, but why play that game on low settings with your hardware? Why do you need over 300 frames per second?
     
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    slick3 Ancient Guru

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    Because CS is competitive, especially if you're on ESEA and/or play leagues. You want 144hz and the highest (stable) FPS possible - who cares about graphics in a game like CS.

    Higher FPS - 300fps vs 150fps makes a difference in the 'speed' of the game. If he maxes his FPS at 150 - he will also need to change his mouse sensitivity settings to match the 'feel' as to when he was at 300fps.
     
  9. Mike Z

    Mike Z Master Guru

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    VSYNC at 144hz I can understand.

    I'm not trying to be a dick, but you'd have to prove to me that 300FPS vs 150FPS matters when aiming in the game. The game runs at one speed no matter what the framerate is (over 60).

    Even if you break it down to milleseconds.. 1000/150 = ~6.7ms and 1000/300 = ~3.3ms, but online, aren't players at the mercy of the ping? The ping would be higher than 6ms.
     
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  10. RealNC

    RealNC Ancient Guru

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    With vsync off, 150FPS is kind of a mess due to tearing. 300FPS provides a very clean looking image during motion. With 150FPS, you see big slices when moving the mouse left/right. With 300FPS it's way better, which actually does help with aiming.

    Not sure about the mouse thing. With raw input enabled, there doesn't seem to be any difference between 150 and 300.

    In any event, 162FPS/165Hz gsync is superior to non-gsync 300FPS.
     
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  11. Mike Z

    Mike Z Master Guru

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    Yea, I know about that kind of tearing. I remember it back in like 2002 on PCs when I played with VSYNC off. I never had a good enough PC to push 300 FPS, so I don't know about that one, heh..

    I can only imagine..
     

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