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wtf csgo?
COCAINE | 
CIS potoker 
hello there now i have i7-8700k gtx1060 6gb 16 gb ram win 10 AND ~110-120 FPS on low settings with same resolution before: i5-4460 gtx750 1gb 12 gb ram win 7 ~150-180 low settings What have I done wrong?
2018-11-04 13:49
#1
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Switzerland baitimusprime 
banana
2018-11-04 13:49
#2
COCAINE | 
CIS potoker 
both fps source: steam
2018-11-04 13:49
#3
GuardiaN | 
Slovakia Pepo_ 
u are baiting
2018-11-04 13:50
#4
COCAINE | 
CIS potoker 
no, mate.
2018-11-04 13:50
#15
GuardiaN | 
Slovakia Pepo_ 
then check my two videos, it will surely help you: youtube.com/watch?v=PhDebGgzt7g youtube.com/watch?v=Z8-qKuID2SI
2018-11-04 13:52
#26
cyx | 
Germany MichaH 
Intro song?
2018-11-04 13:58
#37
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CIS VeryHuyGuy 
Kollegah - 4 Elemente
2018-11-04 14:09
#49
cyx | 
Germany MichaH 
Aaaaah deswegen kam es mir bekannt vor. thx
2018-11-04 14:19
#70
truth | 
Norway ludvik33 
btw seems like u didn't apply ur changes in game
2018-11-04 16:18
#71
GuardiaN | 
Slovakia Pepo_ 
what do u mean?
2018-11-04 16:35
#5
Europe Eile 
Multicore rendering
2018-11-04 13:51
i5 doesn't have that
2018-11-04 13:51
he got i7 and thats an option in game lol
2018-11-04 14:38
oh my bad I tought he had i5 8600k and I tought he said hyperthreading Back to bed I go lmfao
2018-11-04 14:40
:D
2018-11-04 14:51
#67
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United States jeonseol 
XDDDDDDDDDDD
2018-11-04 16:10
human eye can't catch more than 30 fps. Just put net_graph 0 and enjoy the game
2018-11-04 13:51
1000*
2018-11-04 13:51
nt
2018-11-04 13:52
dem console
2018-11-04 13:55
#42
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United Arab Emirates pigeoN1 
Console niggas be like
2018-11-04 14:11
#62
NiKo | 
United Kingdom lr1015 
> No knowledge of the human eye or computers > favourite player checks out
2018-11-04 15:42
> Human's eye can see up to 1000 FPS and, perhaps, above. - 60Hz monitor will always show 60 FPS, no matter how much FPS your game is able to provide. - High refresh rates are noticeable only in dynamic scenes; in slow or static scenes you rarely will see any difference beyond 30 FPS
2018-11-04 16:00
sooooo wrong. poor broke boy tryna convince himself 144 + aint worth it cuz you can't afford it. The difference is night and day to 60hz
2018-11-04 16:08
give me a laptop with 48 Hz display, you can use 144 Hz monitor + superior gaming pc and I will rekt you all day 1 on 1 aim map. You can use Ak, I will use Knife + 2 flashes .
2018-11-04 16:13
you are pathetic
2018-11-04 16:42
#83
s1mple | 
Austria RRRS7 
hahahahahha i laughed so hard xDDDDD
2018-11-04 16:54
#102
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Portugal nakbaron 
Good luck playing vr with 30 fps axaxaxaxa
2018-11-04 17:46
probably your gpu aint working, you get those fps just on cpu, check gpu drivers
2018-11-04 13:51
+1
2018-11-04 13:52
already checked it, working fine
2018-11-04 13:56
#8
NBK- | 
Netherlands JopMans 
Have you installed or updated all your drivers? Did you enter fps_max 300 in the console?
2018-11-04 13:51
i tried fps_max 0
2018-11-04 13:52
did you try deleting system 32 file ?
2018-11-04 13:56
what u mean?
2018-11-04 13:59
it's a buggy temp file. Delete this and look fps
2018-11-04 14:00
haHa
2018-11-04 14:05
#65
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Vietnam rollofocker 
faith in humanity: restored
2018-11-04 16:05
I have 300-400 fps with same stats
2018-11-04 13:51
stats? are you having a stroke?
2018-11-04 16:40
omg yes wtf
2018-11-04 17:14
go sleep potato eater
2018-11-04 17:31
i have great boost in other games with high settings
2018-11-04 13:52
maybe you are using integrated gpu. other thing can be that speed shift is messing up your cpu usage, in that case just download throttlestop and set speed shift to 0 (max performance)
2018-11-04 13:53
Maybe his processor AMD i7. Not intel i7. Just my thoughts
2018-11-04 13:53
wrong
2018-11-04 14:00
#19
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Netherlands @Deji 
Remove bloatware
2018-11-04 13:54
new system, just all new drivers, Steam and google chrome installed here now
2018-11-04 13:55
#22
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Netherlands @Deji 
Try optimizing csgo settings In nvidia control panel
2018-11-04 13:56
ty, now i have near 200 in smokes
2018-11-04 14:09
#25
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Ukraine EarthAintFlat 
seems like your PC uses integrated Intel GPU instead of 1060. Check out settings. You should have 400-500 fps without a problem.
2018-11-04 13:57
how i can check it?
2018-11-04 14:10
#52
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Ukraine EarthAintFlat 
Right Click on My Computer(This PC) shortcut > Properties >Device Manager and check display adapters if there is only 1060 then click on it to make sure it says "This device is working properly."
2018-11-04 14:25
#27
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Netherlands PeerzS1 
Maybe turn xbox app off? There is a lot to disable on Win 10 compared to win 7.
2018-11-04 13:59
already
2018-11-04 14:05
#29
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Australia not_prokda 
New update that is the reason
2018-11-04 14:00
are u kidding?)
2018-11-04 14:06
#51
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Australia not_prokda 
i have the same problem and i don't give a fuck how to fix it gtx 1080 170fps
2018-11-04 14:22
my setup is worse than yours in every aspect yet i stil get stable >250 fps FHD with higher settings check your gpu, or, maybe, you have multicore rendering disabled
2018-11-04 14:04
#36
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Denmark Stylepoint! 
I got the same computer - just with GTX 1070ti instead - and I'm getting 450-500 stable.
2018-11-04 14:07
did you connect your monitor to your gpu?
2018-11-04 14:10
ofc not
2018-11-04 14:12
why not? Since you dont do so, any game including csgo only utilize your integrated GPU but not the dedicated GPU thats the reason why you dont get proper fps.
2018-11-04 19:12
something isn't working, it could be anything since you're not giving any info what you've tried already
2018-11-04 14:11
do you have multicore rendering on?
2018-11-04 14:13
I recommend that you don't have too high fps, seen from hardware point of view it's degrading your computer quickly
2018-11-04 14:13
#104
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Denmark Stylepoint! 
I've set mine to fps_max 300, it can run 500, but there's really no need.
2018-11-04 17:54
#46
s1mple | 
Lithuania Makatas 
Can someone exmplain me the obsession cs go players have with the fps? Do you understand that you cant see more fps than your monitor allows you to? Most casual monitors has 60 hz, most gaming monitors has 120 or 144HZ refresh rate a.k.a thats the most fps your monitor can show to you. Why on earth you need 400 fps in a game? Not no mention that pushing your computer to 100% all the time without any benefit will just degrade your pc faster for absolutelly no reason.
2018-11-04 14:15
i spend money, in other games i got good fps and graph boost, but not in csgo. this is my questinons, whats wrong with this game or whats wrong with my pc
2018-11-04 14:15
#48
s1mple | 
Lithuania Makatas 
huh?
2018-11-04 14:16
#72
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World memyselfandI 
If your FPS is 150 on a 144hz monitor, you get stutter. It's all about sync. I really can't wrap my head around explaining it with words, but visually it would take no time to explain, a drawing would be enough. I can try with idiotic low numbers to save space: TOP - 5 fps (monitor) ------|------|------|------|------| (35 chars) ----|----|----|----|----|----|----| (35 chars) Bottom - 7 fps (game) (HTML format make the lines look different length, but they aren't. For better view, copy paste to notepad) The further the "|" on separate lines are from each others, the more stutter you get. So the higher FPS ingame you have, the closer the "|" will be to each others, removing stutter. The screen picks up the closest already rendered (IE, same row, or to the left) frame "|". You can lock it to your screen, but one single fps dip will push the entire bottom line (game fps) further right. And the sync needs to be dead on for it to work. Most screens aren't 100% perfect deadon to the FPS it shows. (example 144.02 instead of 144) It's all about trying to create sync without using vsync. That was the monitor/game. You can repeat same scenario from the combined result, and your eyes. And as for the eyes, no one knows for sure how many FPS is seen. I know it ain't easy to understand, as it ain't easy to explain. This is also why I love programs like smooth video project, which converts movies to higher FPS live while they play, making them much more fluid. Once you try this you will dislike watching any movie below minimum 60fps.
2018-11-04 16:44
#78
s1mple | 
Lithuania Makatas 
I know that, i always use vsync with my games on my 144hz monitor, thats best feeling for me. But my question wasnt about that, my question is why csgo players wants so much fps that they even lower theyr video/resolution settings to get even more fps. Thats just braindead....
2018-11-04 16:47
#84
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World memyselfandI 
I just explained that to you my friend. You have to think it through to fully understand it. Personally I will not go below monitor resolution. That's just too ugly for my liking. But I tweak the rest around to my liking. Mostly just low all the way and bi-linear. But some days I just say fuck it and up it all. As for games... Try AA off, and use Clamp instead of Allow for AF. The results are frigging awesome. The AA off is important when using clamp. You will notice if you try it out. I love it, but its a bit more straining to your GPU.
2018-11-04 16:58
#85
s1mple | 
Lithuania Makatas 
You did not explain it. Why would you even try to create sync insteaf of just simply using vsync?
2018-11-04 17:00
#86
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World memyselfandI 
vsync creates further delay in render time. Your game will be smooth, but unresponsive. Having high FPS is the best way to "fake" vsync, while not taking a hit to the responsiveness of your mouse and keyboard.
2018-11-04 17:05
#88
s1mple | 
Lithuania Makatas 
Your game can feel unresponsive not because of video settings, but because your monitor response time. My monitor has 1ms, i feel no delays with vsync on.
2018-11-04 17:07
#90
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World memyselfandI 
You will inevitably get delay with vsync. It may so tiny you don't notice it. But you will get it.
2018-11-04 17:12
#92
s1mple | 
Lithuania Makatas 
With 144hz monitor its very minimal, not to mention getting as much fps as possible doesnt automatically mean you will sync everything without vsync which once again can create tearing. Also you can always just buy a monitor with gsync. I would rather invest my time into getting some money for gsync monitor than tinkering with every game settings.
2018-11-04 17:21
#96
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World memyselfandI 
I have same shit as you. 144hz, 1ms. What you write about sync is 100% correct. It is exactly this i explained with the "----|---" thingy. I can't afford gsync atm. Would if I could. But I doubt that a single pro is using it. As far as I understand vsync will render to screen refresh rate. G-sync turns this around, and adapts the screens refresh rate to your games refresh rate. So when FPS dips ingame, the refresh rate does the same, thus removing stutter. It's basically a monitor with variable refresh rate. Once again, understand the "----|----" example to understand what all this is about. As for vsync, it creates a buffer, and thus your delay will rise with inevitably. Tearing with vsync off happens because the monitor is presenting an image mixed between two separate GPU images, and thus you will get the famous tearing line, as top and bottom image is from two different GPU images. You will get no tearing if the image isn't moving, never, as the two GPU images are identical.
2018-11-04 17:39
#98
s1mple | 
Lithuania Makatas 
With that lines thing you still need fps amount dividable by your refresh rate so if your monitor 60hz you need either 240 or 300 or 360fps. Any other number will still be shit.
2018-11-04 17:45
#99
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World memyselfandI 
You must have misunderstood something my friend. Maybe you read vsync on? What I wrote is correct as for tearing. It's a mixed image between two separate images. Odd timing creates the tearing. The higher ingame FPS, the less chance of getting a mixed image. It's all math. If you don't like to think about this as math, you will never understand it.
2018-11-04 17:45
Yup at first i read vsync on, later noticed that and changed my comment.
2018-11-04 17:46
#103
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World memyselfandI 
We are moving forward, which is good. I am not a mr.knowitall. But I have a excellent knack for math, alway had since I was a kid. I remember when I was like 10-12: If I made one error of 100, I would rip my papers into pieces and become furious, even though nobody was better at math than me, which didn't matter. I didn't want to be the best. I just wanted it to be 100% correct. Later I became less perfectionistic, and just wanted to finish the test so I could get out of class and smoke some cigarettes.
2018-11-04 17:52
Kinda same. Got 94% on my final math exam finishing school(which means i was better than 94% of other people from my country that year). Lost 6% because could not remember the needed formula for one problem, basically losing all the points for that one.
2018-11-04 17:56
#107
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World memyselfandI 
Read that bloody "graph" I made as numbers then. Convert it in your mind, and a bell will ring and you will understand everything.
2018-11-04 18:00
It doesnt.
2018-11-04 18:00
#109
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World memyselfandI 
I can't explain it much better than I already did, sorry mate. I just want you to understand. This is not about opinions, this is about tangible facts. That's what I loved about math. A correct answer is universally correct. Opinions are useless in math.
2018-11-04 18:03
because of smoothness meanwhile 60 fps feels like shit 150 feels ok and 300 feels super comfy works only for csgo tho
2018-11-04 16:40
#77
s1mple | 
Lithuania Makatas 
Did you even read what i wrote? You CANT increases smoothness any more than your monitor allows you to.
2018-11-04 16:45
you've probably misunderstood me maybe its just for my pc but having 60fps on 60hz monitor feels much worse than having 300 fps with 60hz monitor
2018-11-04 16:49
#81
s1mple | 
Lithuania Makatas 
Then its just a placebo or some other problem. Just do a little google search about fps and monitor hz. For example "Does that mean that your frame rate is limited by your screen’s refresh rate? No; they are two separate things. Remember that FPS is how many frames your gaming computer is producing or drawing, while the refresh rate is how many times the monitor is refreshing the image on the screen. The refresh rate (Hz) of your monitor does not affect the frame rate (FPS) your GPU will be outputting. However, if your FPS is higher than your refresh rate, your display will not be able to display all of the frames your computer is producing, so although the refresh rate doesn’t technically limit the frame rate, it does effectively set a cap." From avadirect.com/blog/frame-rate-fps-vs-hz-..
2018-11-04 16:53
#93
cyx | 
Germany Shadyy89 
Even tho Monitor only shows 60pictures a second with 60hz, it will still always have the "more current" (or more recent) picture when you have 120fps which creates a better feeling with the mouse. If you are baiting all this thread, 6/8.
2018-11-04 17:26
#94
s1mple | 
Lithuania Makatas 
What does baiting even mean? It wont always have most current picture what are you talking about? Thats how tearing appears, because monitor doesnt always get most current frame.
2018-11-04 17:31
#97
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World memyselfandI 
I tried hard to explain this to him visually in #72. I know you get it. I just wonder if my explanation is too confusing, and what could be done to improve to teach others how this stuff works. Any ideas?
2018-11-04 17:42
#100
cyx | 
Germany Shadyy89 
Yea, you visualized it pretty well. I just tried one more time but I guess it's time to give up on him xD
2018-11-04 17:46
#82
s1mple | 
Lithuania Makatas 
That 60fps on your 60hz monitor may feel worse because you dont use vsync. For example i play LoL with my 144 hz monitor and i see a difference between vsync ON at 144FPS and vsync off 144 fps. Without vsync is way worse.
2018-11-04 16:53
#89
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World memyselfandI 
You should really wrap your head around the post I initially posted in this thread. Understand what i mean with the -----|---- and you will understand why high FPS is smoother, unless you get a 100% perfect sync to your FPS/monitor hz (which is near impossible) without vsync. I might often be wrong, but I am 100% sure I am speaking the truth in this particular discussion.
2018-11-04 17:10
#50
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Portugal supremoxd 
I play with a RX 580, 8gb of RAM, Ryzen 1500x as cpu pretty much high settings with a high resolution (4:3 stretched) and i get 290-300+ fps in every mm/faceit game (when lower people, it goes up to 600+ fps for example in community servers). Watchu mean u get so low fps with those specs???
2018-11-04 14:22
xbox dvr maybe worked now
2018-11-04 14:25
lul u r fucked. buy each hw piece again and replace one after another till it's good. reinstall win10 before that at least once. check bios settings, and power consumption. psu issues? how is the performance in other games? run a benchmark, compare with similar setups.
2018-11-04 14:35
#55
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United States Milo_Davis 
Idk mate, same setup here and 250-270 on high
2018-11-04 14:36
have you tried removing your config?
2018-11-04 14:43
Did u install word.exe?
2018-11-04 14:44
try +mat_queue_mode 2 in launch options
2018-11-04 14:54
i have i7 6700, gtx 980 , 8go ram , resolution 4/3 and i have 350fps
2018-11-04 16:05
#106
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World memyselfandI 
you can go 1920/1080 and still be around 350fps. I do with 6600k (OC 4.3 or 4.4 can't remember, in bed with laptop) 970 (OC 1317mhz) and 16 gb ram (can't remember OC on that one)
2018-11-04 17:59
#68
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Turkey rivaluk 
unpark cpu download and check if ur cpus are parked, then go to msconfig in ur search bar, go to startoptions pick ur max cores. after that u will get ur 300+ fps and dont forget to update ur drivers and clean sweap of ur graphics drivers (DDU) install them fresh after ddu
2018-11-04 16:10
cpu is maybe overheating? you plugged the monitor in mainboard instead of gpu and only use integrated gpu ? probably just in cs go or other games running bad aswell?
2018-11-04 16:42
#80
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World memyselfandI 
Look up HPET. I could be the culprit. It's fairly easy to change (two or three steps and a reboot). But do yourself a favor and write down how to reverse it. I created .bat file for toggling it on and off (need to right click, run as admin for it to work.) Then I disable it in device manager. And if you have it in your bios, you should disable it there as well. I have 6600k, 970gtx (at 980 speeds) and have 300-400 FPS (400 cap). My motherboard (ASUS z170 pro gaming) doesn't have HPET, so I assume it's extra work for the CPU having it running as it takes over the HPET calculations, which kills FPS ingame. I feel it's more smooth with HPET off. FPS is higher. But some nerds claim it's all kind of placebo, and the actual effect is close to nil. It's personal preference I guess.
2018-11-04 16:53
#87
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Serbia strninja 
check if multicore is enabled in cs go video
2018-11-04 17:06
#110
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Russia sneakyboy 
so what 1fps left eye + 1 fps right eye = 2 fps why u cry with 110? mmm u facking spider
2018-11-04 18:05
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