how many sticks of ram do u have?
Did you check monitor settings?
ps: pls dont ban me again mods it actully helps im not trolling....
Try old 60Hz monitor and you'll see the difference.
Did you enable the right xmp profile in the bios? You could try over volting and setting static gpu clockspeeds at max mhz.
try -freq 240 in launch settings, if that doesn't work go to nvidia control panel, 3d settings, global settings and look for "preferred refresh rate" set it to highest available and apply, if even this doesn't work then idk
Do you use display port or hdmi?
go to DETAILS in task manager when csgo is running, right click, set affinity then uncheck just CPU 0?
Delete the steam userdata folder (back it up first). A lot of people have reported that the game feels smoother after doing this.
Maybe you're just too used to it. No game feels smooth to me anymore since I'm on 240hz for 3 years, but the moment I force limit FPS to 60 I start wondering how the fuck I ever played on that low and if I play on 60 for a while, then switch back to 240, that absolute smoothness is very apparent.
Try doing it on desktop: right click -> display -> advanced display settings and set it to 60. Even just moving your cursor around should feel choppy now. If it feels the same, then something might be wrong with the monitor.
set timer resolution to 0,5 with ISLC. if it shows 0,4985 or any other value that is not exactly 0,5 you need to disable stuff like platformtick(google it) until it shows exactly 0.5.
If You have OD settings in Your monitor try the highest
did you uncheck "cpu0" in task manager for csgo.exe?
bump, feeling the same since panorama ui, game doesnt feel as smooth as it supposed to be, upgraded to 240hz half a year ago, still bad, but im sure it has to do something with pc, my colleague has another setup and its way too better than mine, cannot explain that better
Depends which cpu and other parts...
Then how you setup your pc... when i look at 90% of all faceit players... 20% doesnt laggs like dino crisis silver 5 dietrich pieter ..
I am lvl 1 faceit i was... now lvl 3 thanks to the i9 9900 new cpus and z390 auros mainboards hitting every shot hs is really crazy.. 144 hz monitor when you doesnt have one you cant even play competive higher then lvl 3 2 versus
lock 240 fps and it will be smooth, also, do you have g-sync?
make sure your mouse polling rate is at 1k
get processlasso>change energy plan to bitsum highest performance>open csgo> go back to processlasso>csgo.exe priority high>csgo.exe>cpu affinity:always:uncheck cpu core 0
setup intelligent standby list cleaner and do as user "expectedfrom" suggested. also put list size at least: 1048mb and free memory is lower than 16000mb, check both boxes underneath and polling rate 10000.
First i would do was to try to reformat the SSD, and see if the problem also arrives on a fresh machine, if it does, you might have to look on some bottleneck in your hardware......
i had kinda same issue, before i upgraded gpu, which i knew was my bottleneck, from 1060 to 2060, it got fixed. .. eventhough i had 300+ fps before aswell :)
The only person i've seen having extremely smooth gameplay is Jammpi, even though idk why
maybe put the monitor to 240hz u still use 60
type mat_info in your console in cs
scroll up until you see this; Display mode : x@ yHz
if it says 240 youre playing 240
nvidia shader cache - off, low latency mode - ultra.
Did you check in the monitor OSD its actually on 240? ( In the monitor! Not the drivers). Also try -high in launch options.
I also HIGHLY suggest to use CRU program to make true display scaling (it doesnt actually do that through nvidia driver, its broken) with your preferred res. It looks way better, smoother, and less input lag.
Because you might have a trash 240Hz monitor (not a ZOWIE one)
check if your monitor is set to 240 hz. in nvidia cntrl panel and in windows. also what cable do you use
mb you have something wrong in settings
yeah same problem but only in cs, other games its fine, its just the game is not as optimized as before
I have an Omen X 25f and have ran into this issue before.
1) Like everyone else said, make sure your nvidia control panel/display/change resolution is set to 240hz (create a custom one if you have to)
2) Make sure you're using a display port cable 1.4 cable.
3) if you're running a dual monitor setup, try unplugging the second monitor and only using the 240hz only. I'll get micro stutters on my 240hz if i'm streaming with obs preview on (or anything else using my GPU on my second monitor)
4) Leave you're monitor off and unplugged for about 30mins to 1 hour, and try it again.
5) Check out blurbusters forums, they are a great resources.
GL hope you figure it out.
disble fullscreen optimization,
try "Bilinear" texture filtering
same problem for a few years already, I stopped trying to fix it.
but most probably the only thing that can actually help us is a very strong CPU. wait for 12900k maybe
push back the monitor a bit in the table
try playing 2 or 3 game on 60 hz and change back it to 240hz you will realize how smooth it actually was
inb4 you bought a 240Hz 10ms response time monitor
Buy Acer's upcoming 390hz monitor
Did you remember to change the refresh rate from Windows settings?
placebo didnt work , WHAT
imagine turning off g-sync
I'm literally here with a similar question, however do you have the right hdmi cable ? Like does your monitor say 240 hz refresh when on your desktop display settings ? As some hdmi cannot transfer enough data for 240 even of it says your fps is higher.
As I have a g7 curved 32 and it only goes to 120 atm as I think I am using an older hdmi
Do you have a camera where you can set the shutterspeed etc?