Question FPS-problem in CS:go

Aug 15, 2019
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Hello!

I just bought an IdeaPad L340 Gaming with theses specs: http://psref.lenovo.com/Detail/Lenovo Laptops/ideapad_L34015IRH_Gaming?M=81LK002FMX

Core i5-9300H (4C / 8T, 2.4 / 4.1GHz, 8MB)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 4GB GDDR5
8GB DIMM DDR4-2400
Chipset Intel HM370
256GB SSD M.2 2242 PCIe NVMe

It's freshly installed and got latest drivers for BIOS, graphic card, sounds card etc.
I dont got any anti virus programs or anything, just steam + CS:go.

I have changed to enable all cores/threads in windows, also performance mode. Closed Xbox settings. Tried to change all the NVIDIA settings to low/performance in the configuration.

The problem is I think Im lacking FPS, its kinda unstable it seems.
I got all CS:go settings to low. Running 1980x1080p in wide screen 16:9 and I got from 75-115 FPS.
A friend of mine got lower specs and can run it on stable 150-175 FPS with his computer.

Been watching computer temperatures and they go up to like 60-70 degrees maximum, also the computer makes pretty much noice (fans?) when performing CS:go or any other more demanding activity. Tried to lift it up from the surface with on old cooling device with fans, it got a little lower degrees but no difference in CS:go.

I ran 3D mark: https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/38533611

When I run 1280x720 widescreen 16:9 with same low settings I can get higher FPS, like 150.

I have tried with different ingame commands and running with these launch options:
-novid -tickrate 128 -high +fps_max 0 +cl_showfps 1 +cl_interp 0 +cl_interp_ratio 1 +rate 128000 +cl_updaterate 128 +cl_cmdrate 128 +mat_queue_mode 2 +cl_forcepreload 1 -nod3d9ex -nojoy

Any thoughts how to improve it?

Regards


Edit:

also did novabench - https://novabench.com/view/1801827
 
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Phaaze88

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It's probably the number of sticks of ram in the laptop. You don't want to be running in single channel mode in any gaming PC.
That just leads to more frequent ups and downs.
I would ask your friend how many sticks of ram in their PC. They likely have 2 to your 1, and their fps is more stable as a result.
 

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