CPU+MOBO+GPU should be your top priority
your CPU is letting you down really, i have a similar PC but with an old i7 (4770) and get 200-500fps
For CS:GO? Motherboard, CPU and RAM. Then GPU.
The problem here is the GPU. Quite slow for today's games. Only problem is when you upgrade that your CPU will bottleneck. Then you'll have to replace that. But you will also need a new motherboard. And this motherboard takes DDR4 RAM, unlike the AM3 sockets.
CPU definitely, AMDs FX series are absolute garbage nowadays, you can get a decent upgrade for around 500$ with like R5 1600, 16gb RAM, and some decentish mobo.
Intel is definitely a choice too with the upcoming Coffee Lake lineup.
Your 670 is decent enough for CS but it'll be a big bottleneck once you upgrade.
So my advice is, go for Ryzen, spend around 500$ aka 10000k AUD, hang in there with the 670 and start looking into upgrading that once new GPUs launch from NVIDIA sometime next year.
Delete system32 files they really affect your fps
duh both cpu and gpu but you have to buy intel's cpu
man AMD fx is trash i had a 8350 and swapped it for a i7 2700k so much more fps
what about your psu?
definitely upgrade cpu and gpu, also mobo if needed for new cpu
Wait for 8th generation Intel processors releasing in oct, upgrade CPU and Mobo for now.
670 isnt that bad for cs fps , change cpu and mobo
also buy higher speed RAM like 2600mhz at least.
Since noone here know shit about anything and are just misleading you let me give you quick and simple advice.
Firstable, whoever says to you to get coffee lake is moron. Those Cpus may not be so expensive but will require Z370 Chipset to run, and they are overpriced mobos unless you are going high-end. Also, they will require 2666 ram, wich is currently 85€ for 8GB wich is insane.
You can profit and since it release gor for i7 6700 or 7700 since price drop, and be happy with ur cpu for atleast 4 years.
Another option is to go for Ryzen now, 1600, some aftermarket cooler and oc that for arround 4ghz to get Intel's SC performance and 6 cores. Keep in mind that ryzen+ is coming in early 2k18 but unlike Intel, Amd keeps same chipset for next 3 years of Ryzen production, so its more cost effective option.
I would personaly go for Ryzen, however if you are Intel fanboy do what i said first, and its same value for performance.
About GPU, go for GTX 1060, 3GB if ur 720p gamer and 6gb for 1080p. Its great GPU and IMO 6gb might be more expensive but its worth it. Dont bother with RX470, 570 since 1060 is much better option for same money.
About RAM, get cheapest one, difference between 1333hz and 2666 ia literally 4%, and you can always keep it smaller by overlocking its easiest thing to do.
And, always keep extra cash for future upgrading. You never know whats coming in 1yr or 2. Gl.
probably cpu, though that would mean also your mobo and likely ram. but you should try to figure out what your bottleneck is. also 10gb of ram is a weird ammount, if you have different types of ram mixed this can cause issues.
what is the price your willing to spend?
Get a real processor, none of that AMD crap c:
Sorry to post in your thread mate...can i run cs go with this laptop? Msi GP 2PE Leopard
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