So yes, let's start with the fact that when I play CS GO, the game cuts out from time to time. The computer is good and calmly copes with the game, on average I have 150fps. It was formatted, has the latest drivers installed, and was all cleaned (dust). After these treatments it is exactly the same, I don't have any unnecessary applications and no other processes are connected during the game. I don't know what to do anymore, I read a lot of posts but still nothing works. Please help
Welcome. Enter the computer configuration (key components) and temperature under load Download and run hwinfo: https://www.hwinfo.com/download.php in sensors only mode, start logging in (icon on the bottom right), having the program in the background play 10-15 minutes, exit the game, wait 2-3 more minutes, finish logging in, upload the log file here).
There is nothing disturbing in the logs. The processor did not exceed 64 degrees, graphics 10 degrees more (but for GTX 260 it is not a tragedy). Neither the processor nor the graphics lowered clock speed during the game. The RAM and disk occupancy did not indicate that the problem was on their side. The only thing you can see is the fact that the graphics are loaded almost to the maximum during the game (the processor still has a spare power).
And you did not think maybe to try to check the consistency of the game files by steam, possibly install the game again? and as a last resort you can do the format and try. Believe me, cs go is a strange game and it also works differently for me, sometimes better and worse fps are jumping like crazy at times. And also remember about startup commands, because you haven't written anything or you have multicore rendering on it
I have enabled this option in the startup parameters. I do not require that on this graphics card it was 300fps, only 80 is enough for me, the point is not to get into the game because it bothers a lot, and I play at a high level. I checked the consistency of the files, reinstalled and nothing. At most, I am left with nothing more than buying a new card.