So, my PC has a Ryzen 7 3700x processor and a 1070 nvidia GPU. i got up to almost 450 fps in counter strike global offensive before the Operation update. now i am barely touching 150. there is also this massive weird ass lagg that i thought was because of my internet connection because my +-sv and var were always way to high. but then i encountered the fact that i also have these weird ass lags when i play against bots without being connected to the internet at all.
could anyone of you help me out?
what i already tried:
Donhaci's tweet about the videos1 and -novid in launcher
reinstall drivers of motherboard
reinstall drivers of graphics card
reinstall drivers of processor
switched everything to low
re installed the game
other games are just running fine, rainbow six, ark, pubg. the only game i have problems with is hearts of iron 4 but i had those problems for ever already!
Download "Malwarebytes" and run a scan, sometimes .PUPs make your FPS bad, if you find anything then just quarantine it. It's pretty easy once you have the application open.
Also maybe snd_debug_sleep in console might fix it until CSGO_DEV release a patch for it
- Potentially unwanted programs.
I remember once I had the same problem when I went from 100fps -> 30fps. I reinstalled everything and nothing worked, until I stumbled upon a forum where someone mentioned to check for .PUPs. I did so and found some on my PC and once I got rid of them I got back to 100fps
if that doesnt work then I would just re-install steam aswell as csgo again and see if it works, maybe there are some steam files that are interfering with your game. Before you do that you should save your cfg
If you are using a usb headset, you could try to disable onboard sound from the BIOS. So many gamers have faulty onboard sound devices. It gives poor stability and performance.. I had fps problems in csgo for a long time, until I fixed it like that.
Nothing can go wrong. You can always activate it again if you don't benefit from it. When you start your computer press f2 or delete.. In an "onboard" menu there should be a sound device that can be enabled/disabled.
Do you know what motherboard you have? Accessing the menu is different for each manufacturer, however it should always be a fairly simple path.. :)
Then ofc you should not disable it. The only thing that will happen is that no sound is played from the sound device.
This is ONLY if you are using a usb headset, or alternately have a dedicated sound card in your machine.. When your headset is plugged in your motherboard you are using that device.