u can type -allow_third_party_software to use msi afterburner in launch options but ur trust factor will drop
Put everything on verylow or just buy ryzen 5 5600x or i9
Tweaks won't help you I can guarantee you that
Also buy 2x8gb 3600 mhz ram at least and lock your frequency , I've fixed stutters on my ryzen 3 3300x by locking freq ( it was jumping from 3.5 to 4.3 in one sec )
I have the same cpu but it doesn't drop when in gunfight.. weird
i've same cpu, i had no issues like that. maybe it's graphic card related
I think you need to configure BIOS/UEFI properly in the first of.
What's your memory speed? Also what's your GPU?
I mean im playing on my laptop from 2014. got like 70 fps average in game on all low settings :)
Just a quick little tip, dont build Ryzen-based PC's if u play CSGO
Ryzen lures everybody with their big core number for relatively low price, but actually the "high" number of cores comes at a price, its not just out of the blue that they discovered a new magical formula to make. HERE'S A MORE TECHNICAL EXPLANATION, (took me a while to find it) ;
"AMD used a special interconnect architecture in order to make CPUs with lots of cores for a low price. This is great if you want a workstation PC, not a gaming PC. Ryzens consist of two sets of cores in one die and are connected via the Infinity Fabric. The Infinity Fabric is fast, but not fast enough to not have noticeable performance loss in games as well as general high latency due to driver and OS code being executed on both “sides” of the CPU. Ryzens also have higher memory latency. Expect 1-3ms of extra input lag on a Zen system. Minor performance improvements were made in Zen 2, but it is still a worse buy than 10th gen. Intel CPUs for latency-sensitive tasks like gaming. Starting with Zen 3 (Ryzen 5000), each CCD (core complex die) has an 8-core CCX (core complex) which greatly helps reduce intercore latency, and unifies the split L3 cache previous generations had. This brings good performance improvements in games, but unfortunately the memory latency still suffers due to the memory controller being located on the IOD (I/O die)."
everytime that the article states "input lag/latency" u can swap it for drops/stutters etc etc it doesnt really matter, u need to really tweak it in order to make it run properly, and dont get me started on optimizing the OS
Play Valorant. It has a much more stable FPS performance. Or wait for Source 2.
there is at least one custom map "benchmark", made by ulletical, enjoy
i have ryzen 2700x and 1660s and get around 300 fps on 1154x856. i have 16gbs of ddr4 3200mhz ram. btw put most of your settings to low and put gobal shadow quality high and model/textures to medium
reinstall windows, work for like 20 min
I had the same issue, pls add me on steam and talk.
Steam name - RafaGsta