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Low fps with decent hardware

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Recently I switched from a 1060 and an i5 with around 250 fps in CS:GO to an Rtx 2070 super and an i7 and I only get like 120 fps even on low settings and I tried everything I could find on the internet but I just can‘t fix it. Is there anyone out there who can help me?

Every other game runs perfectly on high / ultra

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Ginti said:

help me

In the game settings, enable developer console. Then press ~ and put fps_max 999. Also, change your multi-core rendering setting in the game settings.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Intransigent said:

In the game settings, enable developer console. Then press ~ and put fps_max 999.

i tried everything like max 0 and max 999

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have you uninstalled your old drivers by using DDU and then installed new ones after you swapped the cards?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, WereCat said:

have you uninstalled your old drivers by using DDU and then installed new ones after you swapped the cards?

Yes, I uninstalled thim while i was in safe mode so I think the old should be completely gone

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3 minutes ago, Ginti said:

yes

  • While gaming, press Alt+Tab into Windows, then just go back into the game. See if that changes anything.
  • If that doesn't work, try to right click on the game in Steam, click on Properties. Under General tab, click on Set Launch Options. Type in -panorama at the end of what is already in there. See what that does.
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3 minutes ago, Intransigent said:
  • While gaming, press Alt+Tab into Windows, then just go back into the game. See if that changes anything.
  • If that doesn't work, try to right click on the game in Steam, click on Properties. Under General tab, click on Set Launch Options. Type in -panorama at the end of what is already in there. See what that does.

alt tabbing does nothing and -panorama does nothing either

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5 minutes ago, Intransigent said:
  • While gaming, press Alt+Tab into Windows, then just go back into the game. See if that changes anything.
  • If that doesn't work, try to right click on the game in Steam, click on Properties. Under General tab, click on Set Launch Options. Type in -panorama at the end of what is already in there. See what that does.

It frustrates me that every other game runs perfectly on high to ultra settings but cs won´t run good

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Check and see if your GPU (or CPU, if that's prone to underclocking) underclocks while playing CS:GO.


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why would you be worried about the frames if they are above 60fps. humans can only see a difference under 60fps


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20 minutes ago, Ultrasnoop said:

humans can only see a difference under 60fps

What makes you think this? Have you not laid eyes on a 144 Hz monitor? We're not investing hundreds of dollars for no reason.

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12 hours ago, Ultrasnoop said:

why would you be worried about the frames if they are above 60fps. humans can only see a difference under 60fps

The human eye can definitely tell the difference. Just by comparing two monitors on the windows desktop. Have a 60 hz monitor and a 144hz monitor. Move the mouse around, drag some windows. There's a large difference. It's also a difference you can feel. It's hard to put into words but when you use something of a much higher frame rate like going from 60 to 144, there's a big difference.


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On 10/9/2019 at 4:30 AM, Intransigent said:

What other games?

like the new metro

tomb raider

battlefield v and such games

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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 10/9/2019 at 2:02 AM, Dan Castellaneta said:

Check and see if your GPU (or CPU, if that's prone to underclocking) underclocks while playing CS:GO.

Ingame my cpu drops to 3.68 GHz and normal is 3.8 GHz

 

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6 hours ago, Ginti said:

like the new metro tomb raider battlefield v and such games

What direct x are you using? And if possible, could you record a gameplay using MSI Afterburner showing all your temps and usages?

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