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Little FPS in CS: GO, a good computer

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  • Level 5  
    Hello, what could be the problem, I have a new computer, such specifications
    Intel (r) Core (tm) i5-4570 3.20 3.20
    8.00 GB RAM
    Nividia GeForce GTX 1050
    The point is that I have very little FPS for such a computer. In CS: GO I have 30 FPS, well something is wrong; / I will add that I had a weaker computer and I had 60 FPS, I don't know what's going on.
  • Level 11  
    Drivers Updated?
    Temperatures ok?
    Vertical sync turned off?
  • Level 5  
    And how can I check it? because I am a little dark in these matters

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    I was looking at youtube test 200-300 fps; /

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    Vertical synchronization disabled
  • Level 11  
    Graphics card drivers enter the geforce experience and there you have options to check for updates.
    You can use the rest of your computer with SlimDriers or IObit Driver Booster.
    Vertical synchronization - In the NVIDIA Control Panel
  • Level 5  
    I'm doing it right now! :)

    and I have to add that Brother has the same computer and has 200-300fps ;) on mirage

    Little FPS in CS: GO, a good computer
    Somewhere here ???
  • Level 5  
    I checked and I'm getting something :)

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    40%

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    I checked and I'm getting something :)

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    I downloaded, see how it goes now ;)

    Added after 1 [minutes]:

    unfortunately still the same :(
    35 fps on the menu
  • Level 11  
    there is also a command to unlock fps (fps_max e.g. 300) but this probably won't fix the problem.
    scan the MBAM Andwcleaner computer. And Temp are ok? You can check them with the HWMonitor program.

    This is where my ideas end.
  • Level 5  
    I have already done this command and temperatures are ok but I will check thanks for all the advice
  • Level 2  
    But how is that? Do you check the amount of fps in the menu? Max. the number of fps in the menu is identified by another command. Get into the game normally and check there.

    In the in-game video options, of course, do you have multicore rendering turned on?
  • Pupil
    enter the computer-properties classify the system then enter the device manager and update the drivers for the graphics card, monitor and processor and it will be fine ;)
  • Level 6  
    Do you have windows 10? Go to settings and disable XBOX DVR in the game, this is a service associated with xbox. Should help.
  • Level 4  
    I am in the same situation as a friend; / i5 7400