hope my i7 3770 and rx 580 runs it 150 fps at least.
They will be using Steam system checks to monitor performance and try to maxmize settings for low end components. They are aware alot of their playerbase doesnt have good PC.
I run upwards to 350 FPS on medium-high on CSGO with my 2060 and i5-7600K, except on Inferno for whatever reason, but CS2 got me worried haha.
32 gb ram
max settings no lag lmao. but my cpu is cooking(thermal paste gone💀💀💀)
Ryzen 7 5800X3D
high settings 350+ fps (I put fps_max to 255 to make my GPU less noisy)
AMD FX 8320 3.5ghz (Proccessor from 2012)
RX 570 4gb
8gb DDR3 1600mhz
144hz Monitor (I hope i can get above 100fps)
As is FullHD is reserved for high end GPU's, if they are building a game for next 10 years it makes sense to push the envelope a little bit.
We can expect up to 20% improvement in performance for final launch but I would be more realistic to get like 10%.
But yeah, gotta bring it down to 720p if you want 250+ FPS. When recording I guess 144 is more than enough
I upgraded the CPU 3 days after I downloaded the game lmao, yes its very cpu heavy
it doesn't even look much better so that's a bit disappointing
its a beta. optimizations are coming with the main game from all the data they are collecting from this beta
You wanted better graphics - there you have it.
If you didn't know better graphics come at a cost of higher hardware requirements - then come to your senses faster.
I got RTX 2070 and CPU is Ryzen 3800x and got (with mostly high settings but 1280x960) and my fps is stable over 200 all the time and no lag spikes.
2400 and 2500 bros we arent making into cs2
"very likely to be improved" but crying about performance in beta , kekw xD cry when it comes out and you know what is it like
Every time I see posts about CS2 performance and videos on YT of it, the more I start believing the conspiracy that they really turned on the shaders and removed the option to disable it.