[SOLVED] CSGO Fps same with all resolutions / Poor performance

Sep 16, 2019
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Hello. So recently i bought myself a new setup. Im having problems with CSGO. Fps stutters and game doenst feel smooth at all. Mouse movement feels very laggy and choppy altought getting FPS around 200 and over(sometimes drops 100-150)

PC stats - https://www.upload.ee/image/10487676/Hoiva.PNG

-I have tried reinstalling/updating drivers
-Update BIOS
-Overclocking
-Fullscreen optimize...
-Format windows

My question - is this setup powerful enough to play CSGO? If yes, then any fix?!
 

throwawayaccnt

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Thanks for answering. Yes i have tried uninstalling completely but didnt help either.,
I notice you're only using 8GB RAM, CSGO isn't a super demanding game but 8GB RAM is on the lower end for gaming in 2019.

along with that what are your ingame setting as far as quality and texture filtering, have you adjusted those? Have you checked your v-sync setting? If you haven't fiddled with those already try to see if you're being bottlenecked by your settings. Your components aren't bad but I can see a 1st gen Ryzen and a 570 putting some limitations on you. Take it with a grain of salt but here's where your card falls on userbench https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1060-6GB-vs-AMD-RX-570/3639vs3924
 
Sep 16, 2019
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Hmm, try capping your framerate at around the refresh rate of your monitor. Also, try using your mouse through a different USB port.
 

throwawayaccnt

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Hello. So recently i bought myself a new setup. Im having problems with CSGO. Fps stutters and game doenst feel smooth at all. Mouse movement feels very laggy and choppy altought getting FPS around 200 and over(sometimes drops 100-150)

PC stats - https://www.upload.ee/image/10487676/Hoiva.PNG

-I have tried reinstalling/updating drivers
-Update BIOS
-Overclocking
-Fullscreen optimize...
-Format windows

My question - is this setup powerful enough to play CSGO? If yes, then any fix?!
Your hardware at a glance doesn't look like it should be an issue, I ran it on a 660Ti and basically a toaster can run CSGO.

Did you try resetting game settings to default? If yes, have you tried completely uninstalling and reinstalling the game?
 
Sep 16, 2019
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Your hardware at a glance doesn't look like it should be an issue, I ran it on a 660Ti and basically a toaster can run CSGO.

Did you try resetting game settings to default? If yes, have you tried completely uninstalling and reinstalling the game?
Thanks for answering. Yes i have tried uninstalling completely but didnt help either.,
 

throwawayaccnt

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Apr 20, 2016
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Thanks for answering. Yes i have tried uninstalling completely but didnt help either.,
I notice you're only using 8GB RAM, CSGO isn't a super demanding game but 8GB RAM is on the lower end for gaming in 2019.

along with that what are your ingame setting as far as quality and texture filtering, have you adjusted those? Have you checked your v-sync setting? If you haven't fiddled with those already try to see if you're being bottlenecked by your settings. Your components aren't bad but I can see a 1st gen Ryzen and a 570 putting some limitations on you. Take it with a grain of salt but here's where your card falls on userbench https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1060-6GB-vs-AMD-RX-570/3639vs3924
 

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