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Yo les IT mens of HLTV, can't get rid of these micro stutters in csgo, they occur randomly and inconsistently during the gameplay. Has anyone had a similar issue? I've recently upgraded my GPU but these micro stutters were happening even before so I don't think it's gpu related, although they may have been more severe or frequent at some point. my current setup is: 3060ti ryzen 7 5800x 32gb 1tb ssd with 400gbs left (so can't be caused by lack of space either) I mean the overall build is like 1yr old and besides these stutters the game runs usually at 400fps on full hd with medium to high settings. Aside from that I've noticed when watching a video on twitch / youtube and I scroll quickly down n up, the page starts to lag / stutter too in some occasions, but it has only happened in chrome though. Anyone ? my 2nd question is if anyone here is familiar with the "CPU core parking" fix n. 7 in this article digiworthy.com/2020/10/03/csgo-stutter-l.. When I first opened that window the number of processors were set at 1 on my pc, so I unchecked that and changed it to the max number as advised in the article but I saw another forum where they said you shouldn't change the default number of that. So I felt like I should ask the real pros. tldr: my pc stutters even though it's a new and fairly powerful build, help?
2022-06-23 23:40
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2022-06-23 23:41
le help bump
2022-06-23 23:44
stutters is just part of online csgo, you will never optimize your pc and be stutter free long term..
2022-06-23 23:45
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Probably true, didn't think about that that way. Ty for the answer. I know it's hard to say but what could be causing the stutters in chrome while watching videos and scrolling? I've tried opening twitch and an yt video rn, playing both at the same time and tried scrolling in both windows and only twitch stuttered but not the yt, could that be an optimization of chrome / twitch too?
2022-06-23 23:50
2 replies
youtube.com/watch?v=6UGYzaiRsHU you can check this out tho, makes the game smooth and stutter free atleast short term..
2022-06-23 23:53
1 reply
Ty man, will check it now!
2022-06-24 00:02
1) make sure cpu and gpu temp dont go over 80 celsius 2) check task manager to see if windows update is doing business 3) do you have ALL drivers updated?
2022-06-23 23:47
19 replies
#15
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United Kingdom Samfo7
+1 and 4) Check ram with memtest86.com (Watch a youtube video how to do it). I had game stutters before and found out it was ram with this tool.
2022-06-23 23:58
3 replies
ty for a suggestion, will look into that. It says it boots from an USB drive on their homepage, is it possible to run it as an app or do I have to have a free usb for that? Would you know?
2022-06-24 00:05
2 replies
#34
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United Kingdom Samfo7
Yeah you have to install it on a USB and it boots to it instead of windows, sounds like a lot of effort but it's really easy. If you don't have a USB drive you could try playing on 1 stick of ram at a time and test them both/all.
2022-06-24 00:15
1 reply
alright, thanks!
2022-06-24 00:21
I was monitoring the temps, I thought it could be overheating but gpu was on 63 more or less the whole time and cpu at around 45-50ish as for the drivers I did check gpu, bios, the default windows ones, i have a samsung ssd and there was an app for that so even that, dunno about cpu, doing it now 2) you mean if it's not draining ram/cpu etc. ? didn't find anything suspicious there
2022-06-23 23:59
14 replies
usually when windows update is downloading or installing it takes a huge toll even if you have a NASA pc #15 do memtest as well with an usb stick, its super important
2022-06-24 00:04
also check if win update installed all its updates successfully, otherwise you might have the bug where it tries over and over again automatically check updates history
2022-06-24 00:07
11 replies
for the #24 - ok, I'll try to find a usb stick and try that #28 - OK, ty
2022-06-24 00:08
10 replies
you're welcome, hopefully that's enough to find the fix :)
2022-06-24 00:13
9 replies
Well, hopefully it will be! thanks for helping out, appreciate it
2022-06-24 00:25
1 more thing I forgot to mention which I find weird and I don't think it should be happening - whenever I am in-game playing and press ESC and go to settings the game actual game looks like it runs on 30 fps - not the actual menu the menu runs smoothly but the things that you can see through the transparency looks like a 30fps... Would you know what that could be?
2022-06-24 00:34
7 replies
hmm, does your fps counter stay the same? does it happen with every game? try using borderless window
2022-06-24 00:39
6 replies
fps stays the same I currently only have csgo installed, so dunno:D tried fullscreen windowed if that's what you mean - somehow the actual gameplay got even worse, the colours looked more contrasty but even though the fps stays the same it looks like it does not run on more than 60hz and I do have 240hz monitor
2022-06-24 00:47
5 replies
check if youre actually running ur monitor in 240hz from Nvidia control panel windowed full screen helps with some games but not for csgo if the fps stay the same u shouldn't worry tbh
2022-06-24 00:50
4 replies
yeah, the actual gameplay isn't affected, but it's weird the game while in menu looks like a slideshow:D will check the nvidia settings, ty again
2022-06-24 00:51
3 replies
to find a solution u should check with any other game but u said u only have csgo :d its kinda hard to guess what's causing it
2022-06-24 00:53
2 replies
funny thing - before this gpu I had an AMD RX570 which had a different app for the settings - I didn't even realise it but I was having the monitor set to 60hz only now and it didn't even give me an option for more than that... I had to create a custom settings in the "change resolution" tab now :D haha Yeah, I'll try to get some other game to see if I have any issue over there too. I think I am good for now, thanks a lot mate! Have a good one
2022-06-24 00:58
1 reply
yeah it's always a good idea to double check your actual Hz you're welcome, glad i could help
2022-06-24 01:01
also check your ssd / hdd health and defragmentation status
2022-06-24 00:08
#5
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United States Virgin Islands zj2
Get better PC
2022-06-23 23:49
Your pc is 3 month of my salary
2022-06-23 23:49
4 replies
Well I was saving up almost a year for that pc:D Now I feel like I've thrown the money out since I don't play cs that much anymore and I thought I'd get superb machine but cause of those stutters I don' really think so :D
2022-06-23 23:52
3 replies
Play some more high end video games like cyberpunk, the witcher etc... Anyway it's always a good investement because you're gonna use it for the next 5/6 years or so ! ^^
2022-06-23 23:55
2 replies
I saw some threads today about steam sales, might look into it, I am more of a FPS player and was thinking about the bf2042 but people are backlashing it... ty for the idea tho
2022-06-24 00:00
1 reply
My friend who bought 2042 said it's really bad and buggy, I personally wouldn't buy it. I think you can download story games for free with cracked so maybe try them out. If you put Russian vpn you can get Cyberpunk 2077 for 20€ on gog.com, that's what I did
2022-06-24 01:04
Turn on ubershaders!
2022-06-23 23:51
Sttuters can be caused by tons of things. Tried to reinstall windows? that way you can count away windows related problem. Other what you can try is to set power plan to High performance in power settings in windows and then in nvidia settings set gpu at maximum performance. If that dont work then idk try search google or youtube mby u can find something that helps or try some IT forums to look for help. Edit: Does this happens only in csgo? You tried to play some other games?
2022-06-23 23:59
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I haven't tried reinstalling yet, I would have to back up things I have on my drive and I don't have any other external drives for that rn... I do have the power performance set to High, as all of those youtube it guys suggest that as the first step mostly :D I currently have only csgo, so I don't knok:/ thanks anyway!
2022-06-24 00:10
edit: accidentally didn't reply to #6
2022-06-23 23:53
Did you try turning it off and on again?
2022-06-23 23:54
#17
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Germany 4ntoN
ryzen 7 5800x is such a garbage cpu, worst one i have had so far, never amd again
2022-06-23 23:59
6 replies
1/8
2022-06-24 00:03
send it to me, i will send you my "superior" Intel CPU. lmao the 5800X is one of the best gaming CPUs on the market right now, what the fuck are you talking about.
2022-06-24 00:03
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#25
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Germany 4ntoN
its garbage, single core performance is so fucking bad
2022-06-24 00:05
1 reply
Sure, keep on trolling, apart from Alder Lake the Vermeer CPUs are the fastest CPUs on the market when it comes to Single-Core-Performance
2022-06-24 09:38
Dunno man, at work we got stations with intels and they run good but I'd say amds are fine too... this might not be a cpu related problem
2022-06-24 00:07
#54
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United States TrashPanda
0/8
2022-06-24 01:25
#19
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Norway yuun2
I have a similar issue since december 2021. Also happened around the same time i upgraded to a 3060ti, but i tried changing back to my old gpu and the problem persisted. Stutters and fps drops happen whenever i get peeked or there are smoke/molly on screen and basically makes game unplayable even though fps is like avg 300. I think the problem is with csgo because every other game performs well and it seems to have just happened after december update + there are many threads about this issue too. But since valve removed ability to download old csgo builds from steam console i cant check
2022-06-24 00:00
Do you have windows 11? Maybe you have windows 11 and old bios which causes the TPM stuttering. Latest bios fixes that issue.
2022-06-24 00:01
1 reply
nono, I have a win 10, the latest as I do the updates once they pop up in the notification center
2022-06-24 00:06
#37
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Other rssyo
Enable uber shaders ingame
2022-06-24 00:32
#39
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Yugoslavia Poney
try downloading more ram @ downloadmoreram.com/
2022-06-24 00:38
Lock voltages when you play and clock speed.
2022-06-24 00:46
2 replies
#53
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United States TrashPanda
No lol
2022-06-24 01:25
1 reply
It doesnt have to be overclocked. It can fix micro stutters in a lot of cases. I know 2 people where it works for them when nothing else did. Edit: i didnt actually read it, i just give a random tip when ppl complain about fps issues.
2022-06-24 03:03
youtube.com/watch?v=pJTCwSX9Ym8&list=PL6.. look out this video here, also try to see if someone from your country has made any video on youtube on how to use steam lite, try to download timer resolution v.2, optimize your pc, keep your temp/%temp%/prefetch folders clean, update your drivers, bios, check if you have your xmp or docp RAM profile activated and that it' usin the best profile, don't install a lot of crappy programs, use DDU and NCcleanInstall to install nvidia drivers without too much telemetry and other bloatware, make sure you optimize at best your pc because natively most of the performance are keep down by windows bloatware and lack of updates and correct configuration of stuff, also make sure your cpu cooler can actually keep it under high temperatures otherwise if you thermal throttle during the game, the cpu clock drops suddenly and so your fps, if your cooler is not good enough try to undervolt the cpu and set a lower clock so at least it keeps stable enough to dont drop your fps
2022-06-24 00:47
sry when i say it, but you have done everything that your pc is r1p... you need to format your pc... or your pc is soon gg... evertyhing default... just install pc drivers and anti virus, why the fuck you would change something from csgo optimation bullshit lmao... for a 10 year old game
2022-06-24 01:14
1 reply
#52
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United States TrashPanda
What lmao
2022-06-24 01:25
#51
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United States TrashPanda
Okay I didn’t read anything close to the real answer - DM me if you have questions but it’s your NVIDIA settings. Go in and change your settings to best performance. Here’s a walkthrough, this solved all my issues when I was on team Green. youtu.be/iRJQchKKveU
2022-06-24 01:24
2 replies
anything??? check my answer #42
2022-06-24 01:28
probably helped a bit too, ty
2022-06-24 02:48
This might be stupid and I don't know if valve already fixed it but have you tried -nojoy in your launch options?
2022-06-24 02:58
1 reply
I do have these commands in launch options: –softparticlesdefaultoff –forcenovsync –r_emulate_gl -high -console -novid -freq 240 -tickrate 128 -language english -nojoy -d3d9ex but ty
2022-06-24 11:02
Reseat your ram? Driver issue? Idk
2022-06-24 03:01
#62
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Sweden iak
Very likely some drivers that is not working correctly. I would not expect faulty hardware. that is very rare. Reinstall all graphics drivers/motherboard etc. remove all unnecessary programs. specially if you got some advertising programs lite hp and things like that. If it's too much work. format and make a clean install with all latest drivers. Also do a bios update.
2022-06-24 11:11
3 replies
Would I have to do it manually? I've seen some third party apps that checks if you have all up-to-date drivers but you have to buy them - so maybe there's something like that but for reinstalling the drivers?
2022-06-24 11:12
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#64
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Sweden iak
Maybe there is, I always do this stuff manually but that is because i want control over what is actually installed on my computer. But minimal effort. Uninstall programs that you don't know what it is. For example things you don't use or advertising programs and scanning software. Then update graphics drivers. I you know how. Also update bios and motherboard drivers This issue can arise because of poorly written third party software that does scanning/reporting data to their servers. Very common with pre installed windows laptops with advertising software for example. Thats why i recommend to uninstall all that crap if you for some reason have it. When you know you have a clean system with all up to date drivers is when you can start doing advanced trouble shooting if the problem persists. Like installing specific drivers, cleaning up autostart, looking into bios settings, clean install of csgo so that there is no weird settings you have taken from internet that may not work correctly with you hardware etc.
2022-06-24 14:02
Even if your drivers are up to date conflicts may happen especially with GPU drivers. Uninstall old drivers using DDU (display driver uninstaller) and then install the new ones. But i doubt this is the cause of the stutters. Everyone deals with stutters when it comes to this game even people with high end hardware. There's no clear fix. It can be a million of things.
2022-06-24 13:55
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