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CSGO fps problems

Go to solution Solved by MyNameBorat,

i got the solution.
NZXT CAM software with the CAM overlay was capping the fps. when i turned it off i got 1000+ fps

I just built my new PC and I only get around 120 FPS in csgo with all low settings. My resolution is 1080p.

My PC specs:

CPU: intel core i7-8700k @4.7Ghz

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti ( Strix OC edition by ASUS)

RAM: Corsair RGB PRO 16 GB DDR4 @3000 MHz (XMP profile on)

STORAGE: samsung ssd 970 evo 500 GB

PSU: EVGA SuperNova 850W G2

 

I turned off the FPS cap and v-sync is turned off too. I updated to the latest bios.

Help is appreciated.

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did you install the drivers for the gpu and did you plug the monitor into the gpu and not the motherboard

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Yes i did install the latest GPU drivers from nvidia and the display port is connected to the GPU.

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do you have any startup options for csgo, like a fps limit or something

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i got the solution.
NZXT CAM software with the CAM overlay was capping the fps. when i turned it off i got 1000+ fps

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2 hours ago, MyNameBorat said:

i got the solution.
NZXT CAM software with the CAM overlay was capping the fps. when i turned it off i got 1000+ fps

I assume you see 1000+ in menus and load screens?  What are your in-game fps numbers now?

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