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why am i geting so low fps

1 hour ago, storm05 said:

do yuo think that upgrading my cpu to a i7 4770 or 4790 will dratecly cange the performence?

No it won't drastically change performance while it's  the same core die with unlocked multi and higher out of box clocks.

 

They will be increase only by a small amount.

 

Unfortunately, I have to be the bad guy and tell you to get closer to now generation of processors for a significant fps increase.

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hey, i have upgraded my gpu from a gtx 760 to 1660 super i have an msi nightblade b85c 017eu, an i5 4460 and 8gb ram (soon to be 16gb) 1600mhz ddr3.

this only is heavily efecting csgo when i play on the gtx 760  whas geting a avg fps of 90 and the same on the new gpu 

i know that the cpu is bottlenecking my gpu but my gpu is overing betwing 70and90% usige and mu gpu at 30to60% usig 

but i havent updated my bios it is stil in verson 3.1 and the newest on is 3.5 so that can be the problem but i dont know 

 

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Have you DDUed the 760 drivers and installed the 1660 Super drivers?


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Have you DDUed the 760 drivers and installed the 1660 Super drivers?

yes i have don dat and re-instald the gtx 1660 super drivers

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1 minute ago, NZgamer said:

Have you DDUed the 760 drivers and installed the 1660 Super drivers?

Would that be essential for the same nVidia driver version?


Did you test boot it, before you built in into the case?

WHY NOT...?!

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1 minute ago, Eighjan said:

Would that be essential for the same nVidia driver version?

Yes


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2 minutes ago, storm05 said:

yes i have don dat and re-instald the gtx 1660 super drivers


So what kind of FPS are you getting in CS:GO with your new GPU?

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
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So what kind of FPS are you getting in CS:GO with your new GPU?

 

when i play an casual game i get around 90 fps the same and when i benchmarked it i got 144.89 fps

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7 minutes ago, storm05 said:

hey, i have upgraded my gpu from a gtx 760 to 1660 super i have an msi nightblade b85c 017eu, an i5 4460 and 8gb ram (soon to be 16gb) 1600mhz ddr3.

this only is heavily efecting csgo when i play on the gtx 760  whas geting a avg fps of 90 and the same on the new gpu 

i know that the cpu is bottlenecking my gpu but my gpu is overing betwing 70and90% usige and mu gpu at 30to60% usig 

but i havent updated my bios it is stil in verson 3.1 and the newest on is 3.5 so that can be the problem but i dont know 

 

Use HWiNFO64 to get a better idea of the CPU/GPU load share... whichever has the higher load is the best candidate for upgrading.

2 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

Yes

OK... would've thought so for AMD - nVidia swap, but not 'internal' upgrade.


Did you test boot it, before you built in into the case?

WHY NOT...?!

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1 minute ago, storm05 said:

when i play an casual game i get around 90 fps the same and when i benchmarked it i got 144.89 fps

What settings are you using?


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1 minute ago, Eighjan said:

whichever has the higher load is the best candidate for upgrading.

umm i think the processor is the only thing that needs an upgrade (well ram but..)


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Posted · Original PosterOP
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What settings are you using?

every thing on max on both gpus

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1 minute ago, WambleCropped said:

umm i think the processor is the only thing that needs an upgrade (well ram but..)

True... but; 'belt & braces/suspenders'.

 

1 minute ago, storm05 said:

every thing on max on both gpus

TWO GPU's...? Why?


Did you test boot it, before you built in into the case?

WHY NOT...?!

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1 minute ago, Eighjan said:

TWO GPU's...? Why?

i used max setings on the gtx 760 when i used it and max setings on the gtx 1660 super hen i upgraded

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CSGO is a cpu hungry game. 

 

Overclock the cpu. This will get the FPS up higher.


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Just now, storm05 said:

every thing on max on both gpus

And you've made sure there's nothing hogging system resources in the background?


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Just now, ShrimpBrime said:

CSGO is a cpu hungry game. 

 

Overclock the cpu. This will get the FPS up higher.

By the sound of it, OP doesn't have a K series chip


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Just now, NZgamer said:

By the sound of it, OP doesn't have a K series chip

Yea that's a bummer. 

 


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1 minute ago, storm05 said:

i used max setings on the gtx 760 when i used it and max setings on the gtx 1660 super hen i upgraded

Ohh... not at the same time - got it.


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1 minute ago, NZgamer said:

And you've made sure there's nothing hogging system resources in the background?

no, i havent axtuley don dat but by hogging on the system resources do you men other games in the background?

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no, i havent axtuley don dat but by hogging on the system resources do you men other games in the background?

yeah and other resource heavy programs


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2 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

CSGO is a cpu hungry game. 

 

Overclock the cpu. This will get the FPS up higher.

Could be that the 1660 is more prone to falling asleep waiting for frames to process, than the 760... so more likely to 'drop them'.


Did you test boot it, before you built in into the case?

WHY NOT...?!

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Just now, Eighjan said:

Could be that the 1660 is more prone to falling asleep waiting for frames to process, than the 760... so more likely to 'drop them'.

Well he had stated the game play FPs are the same at 90.

 

My brother is a CSGO crazed gamer. 

No difference from GTX 980 to GTX 1080ti.

Exact same frame rates using a 980X.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Eighjan said:

Could be that the 1660 is more prone to falling asleep waiting for frames to process, than the 760... so more likely to 'drop them'.

how can i fix the gpu from sleeping?

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Just now, storm05 said:

how can i fix the gpu from sleeping?

I didn't mean literally falling asleep.  :)

New CPU... to draw frames faster.


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WHY NOT...?!

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6 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

Well he had stated the game play FPs are the same at 90.

 

My brother is a CSGO crazed gamer. 

No difference from GTX 980 to GTX 1080ti.

Exact same frame rates using a 980X.

did he manege to fix it?

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