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CS:GO Spikes & Lags

Baterka
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Hi,

I started playing CS:GO again after like year and half and I have some problems running it smoothly on my i7-8700 on B360 MSI GAMING PLUS MB and 1070Ti.

When I play I am expiriencing some small (sometimes longer) lag spikes (fully frozen for few miliseconds) or like FPS drops what are actually not FPS drops. (Running still on more than 280FPS).

Spikes are hapenning randomly but like every 2-5 minutes. Sometimes more when people throwing grenades. (Maybe loud noises?)

 

I think it can be something with Audio drivers? Or someone had this problem too and fixed it elseways?

I am using Realtek(R) Drivers + Nahimic 3 for audio. (Integrated sound card)

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3 hours ago, Baterka said:

Hi,

I started playing CS:GO again after like year and half and I have some problems running it smoothly on my i7-8700 on B360 MSI GAMING PLUS MB and 1070Ti.

When I play I am expiriencing some small (sometimes longer) lag spikes (fully frozen for few miliseconds) or like FPS drops what are actually not FPS drops. (Running still on more than 280FPS).

Spikes are hapenning randomly but like every 2-5 minutes. Sometimes more when people throwing grenades. (Maybe loud noises?)

 

I think it can be something with Audio drivers? Or someone had this problem too and fixed it elseways?

I am using Realtek(R) Drivers + Nahimic 3 for audio. (Integrated sound card)

Do you have anything open in the background? I had a similar issue when I had netflix open in the background.

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13 minutes ago, Benjeh said:

Do you have anything open in the background? I had a similar issue when I had netflix open in the background.

Nope

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Just now, Baterka said:

Nope

Okay well I would try and see if you're correct with the driver conflict.

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23 hours ago, Benjeh said:

Okay well I would try and see if you're correct with the driver conflict.

I think its really related with audio because I am getting 1000us DPC latency... Idk how to fix it

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