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FPS help needed .
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Faroe Islands A_Very_Very_Friendly_Person 
I have a below average PC with i3 4130 and gtx 750ti with 8 gb ram and I get almost the same fps in all resolutions with a small difference of 8 fps in the benchmark test between 1920x1080(94.7) and 640x480(103) . Any solution by which I can get more FPS in lower resolutions ?
2018-12-31 15:43
res doesn't matter cuz ur shit3 is bottlenecking, not gpu
2018-12-31 15:45
I've got a GTX 950 myself, and the biggest FPS boost I got was when I downgraded the NVIDIA driver to version 378.49 - gained me around 30-50FPS in csgo. On the other hand, most other games do now run way worse. Worth a try, maybe for your graphics card this isn't the best driver version, but maybe you can test it yourself. If you want to try it, use Display Driver Uninstaller first.
2018-12-31 15:55
I will try it , thanks for your help .
2018-12-31 16:21
best thing is to run Linux Manjaro OS (KDE). i get the double of my fps in any game csgo, from 30 fps to fps_max 58 (stable, locked) i could get more fps but my laptop overheats, i didnt try it yet in my gaming rig (but i dont recommend you installing it without knowing it a little, how to format etc etc )
2018-12-31 16:29
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Slovakia ypsylonnn 
the lower the resolution is the more u utilize ur cpu but since 750ti isnt a great gpu there isnt much difference, mby u should get at least 960 even tho csgo is cpu dependent and u wont benefit so much from new gpu
2018-12-31 17:01
CPU bottleneck->fps won't change regardless of graphics settings. Get some cheap used i5. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haswell_(microarch..
2018-12-31 17:13
i have i5 3570 + GTX 570OC, 1024x768, fps over 200 mostly, drops to 180ish in rush, or on heavy maps. Change CPU and you will gain fps boost, GTX750Ti is totally fine for CSGO. Just to point, i5 3570 costs 50€ used one.
2018-12-31 17:16
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