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will my 1070ti boost csgo? (read desc)

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I've been playing around with editing csgo videos for fun with a nice set of free software and the standard is 1080p 16:9 higher(ish) settings when it comes to recording. Since 4:3 doesn't look to nice when you're watching a video, I realized that my god-tier piledriver cpu can't handle 1080p, but then I thought about my 1070ti thats coming on friday. I know that csgo is pretty cpu bound and I'm bottlenecking already with my 960, but would the 1070ti help get me closer to the 1080p med-higher settings for recording? I'm honestly not really sure thats why I wanted to ask.

 

I'm probably still gonna have to wait until I get my new intel build up and going but I'm impatient 


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RAM: 8gb Patriot DDR3-1600mhz

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Displays: Asus MG248QR//Dell 1905FP

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GPU: EVGA GTX 1070Ti 8gb FTW2 iCX [✓]

Mobo: GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO [✓]

RAM: XPG SPEXTRIX X41 2666mhz (Grey) [✓]

 Storage: T-Force Delta 250gb, WD Blue 1tb 7200RPM [✓]

PSU: 650w+ and ranked well

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10 minutes ago, mxk. said:

I've been playing around with editing csgo videos for fun with a nice set of free software and the standard is 1080p 16:9 higher(ish) settings when it comes to recording. Since 4:3 doesn't look to nice when you're watching a video, I realized that my god-tier piledriver cpu can't handle 1080p, but then I thought about my 1070ti thats coming on friday. I know that csgo is pretty cpu bound and I'm bottlenecking already with my 960, but would the 1070ti help get me closer to the 1080p med-higher settings for recording? I'm honestly not really sure thats why I wanted to ask.

 

I'm probably still gonna have to wait until I get my new intel build up and going but I'm impatient 

you should get some texture improvements but it all depends on your match adn connection to the server.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
15 minutes ago, bebejapes said:

you should get some texture improvements but it all depends on your match adn connection to the server.

aren't demos hosted locally? Or does valve have servers for demos. 


Current PC

CPU: AMD A8-6600k (@4.2Ghz)

GPU: GTX 1070Ti 8gb FTW2 iCX

Motherboard: GA-F2A78M-HD2 

RAM: 8gb Patriot DDR3-1600mhz

Storage: Samsung 830 EVO 120gb, WD Blue 1tb 7200RPM 

PSU: SeaSonicM12II 620w (I wish I didn't buy this)

 Peripherals: Logitech G305//Corsair K55 RGB 

Displays: Asus MG248QR//Dell 1905FP

PSU Tier List v3 

 

New PC (getting parts)

CPU: i7-9700k

Cooling: EVGA CLC 280 RGB [✓]

GPU: EVGA GTX 1070Ti 8gb FTW2 iCX [✓]

Mobo: GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO [✓]

RAM: XPG SPEXTRIX X41 2666mhz (Grey) [✓]

 Storage: T-Force Delta 250gb, WD Blue 1tb 7200RPM [✓]

PSU: 650w+ and ranked well

Case: Fractal Design Meshify C White

Peripherals: Logitech G305//Corsair K55 RGB [✓]

Displays: Asus MG248QR//Dell 1905FP [✓]

Extra: Sky blue front panel, sky blue cable extensions [✓]

 

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Phone: Huawei Mate 10 Lite (China steal my data???)

Dog: Irish Water Spaniel, Lucy, 9 years old (I didn't know what to write)

School Laptop: Acer Chromebook R11 ((less RAM than my phone)

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Reducing your resolution to the smallest 16:9 res available is an easy way to find out, as you're only changing the GPU load. If FPS doesn't go up you know the 1070Ti will do nothing. My bet is with that CPU you'll see zero FPS improvement what so ever even if you replaced the 960 with a 2080 Ti.

 

As you're already aware, the best way to get more FPS in CSGO is to use a narrower aspect ratio.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Cookybiscuit said:

Reducing your resolution to the smallest 16:9 res available is an easy way to find out, as you're only changing the GPU load. If FPS doesn't go up you know the 1070Ti will do nothing. My bet is with that CPU you'll see zero FPS improvement what so ever even if you replaced the 960 with a 2080 Ti.

 

As you're already aware, the best way to get more FPS in CSGO is to use a narrower aspect ratio.

I figured but its good to know. I'll tinker around and maybe find something with console commands.


Current PC

CPU: AMD A8-6600k (@4.2Ghz)

GPU: GTX 1070Ti 8gb FTW2 iCX

Motherboard: GA-F2A78M-HD2 

RAM: 8gb Patriot DDR3-1600mhz

Storage: Samsung 830 EVO 120gb, WD Blue 1tb 7200RPM 

PSU: SeaSonicM12II 620w (I wish I didn't buy this)

 Peripherals: Logitech G305//Corsair K55 RGB 

Displays: Asus MG248QR//Dell 1905FP

PSU Tier List v3 

 

New PC (getting parts)

CPU: i7-9700k

Cooling: EVGA CLC 280 RGB [✓]

GPU: EVGA GTX 1070Ti 8gb FTW2 iCX [✓]

Mobo: GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO [✓]

RAM: XPG SPEXTRIX X41 2666mhz (Grey) [✓]

 Storage: T-Force Delta 250gb, WD Blue 1tb 7200RPM [✓]

PSU: 650w+ and ranked well

Case: Fractal Design Meshify C White

Peripherals: Logitech G305//Corsair K55 RGB [✓]

Displays: Asus MG248QR//Dell 1905FP [✓]

Extra: Sky blue front panel, sky blue cable extensions [✓]

 

Other

Phone: Huawei Mate 10 Lite (China steal my data???)

Dog: Irish Water Spaniel, Lucy, 9 years old (I didn't know what to write)

School Laptop: Acer Chromebook R11 ((less RAM than my phone)

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