Question Low Fps Problem i5 + GTX 970 +8x2 2400MHZ RAM

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Hello guys.

I'm currently getting some low fps problem on my setup and I still dont know what's the problem.
I've already checked temperatures, stress tests, and everything is fine.
I have this pc for 3 and a half years, and I usually would get 200 to 350 fps on CSGO, but now it drops constantly, and the game stutters sometimes. My friend has a gtx 960 2gb + i5 4670 and he still has more fps than me on CSGO. I don't know the reason why this problem is happening. Now I get 110 to 220, but it's constantly dropping and affecting the game, while my friend's is always smooth.
Already cleaned up all my components, reinstalled Windows 10, All my updates are up to day and still the same thing. I'm even noticing less FPS on other games...

My GPU is a EVGA GTX 970 SC and my CPU is a i5 6500. It is supposed to work better than this.

Well, and now everyday, I have to clear the CMOS in order to work. It turns on but doesn't show nothing on screen if I shutdown the day before and try to power on the day after, if I don't clear CMOS after the first boot.
 

CosmicDance

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What are your GPU and CPU temperarures like during gaming?
If they are too high then you could be experiencing thermal throttling which will have a huge adverse effect on performance.

Andy
 
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What are your GPU and CPU temperarures like during gaming?
If they are too high then you could be experiencing thermal throttling which will have a huge adverse effect on performance.

Andy
Temperatures while gaming are fine. I'll send you some pics of my average fps, video config and temps while gaming.

Temps: View: https://imgur.com/KUiUZvG

FPS: View: https://imgur.com/1F2vhCx

CSGO Video Config: View: https://imgur.com/4deCX3v


Baixo = Low
Médio = Medium
Desativado = Off
LIgado = On

Btw, I play 4:3 1280:1024 and I have an Asus VG248QE 144hz monitor
 
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Have you tried swapping the CMOS battery after all? To rule out that problem.

Now as for fps, do you have identical settings? Same resolution?
yes. I've already tried swapping the CMOS. And yes, we have the identical settings, same resolution, only his monitor is a BenQ 144hz while mine is an Asus 144hz. But, I think the problem is not in the monitor.

I've already cleaned all the dust, reinstalled windows and everything remains the same. He can get more and stable fps than me in csgo and I still don't know why... I compared when I went to a LAN with him. And his PC, in theory is weaker than mine. And this is impacting my gaming skills because sometimes when I spray someone it starts to stutter, and it feels heavier. It's not pleasant at all.

His pc configs:
GTX 960, 8gb ram, i5 4670 and no SSD, only HDD.
 

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