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How much fps in CS:GO will i have with this PC??help

with low settings and 800x600
http://pcpartpicker.com/list/BxsHzM
CPU: i3 3220 3.3 Ghz
Memory: 4gb DDR 3 Kingston 1333 mhz (2x2gb)
Storage: 500 gb
Video Card: AMD ASUS 6870
Power Supply: Gembird 600 w
Motherboard: gigabyte H77d3h
these are all.
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  1. should have more than 60FPS, so you should be fine playing that decade old game
  2. basroil said:
    should have more than 60FPS, so you should be fine playing that decade old game


    with the http://gocs.pl/brejq/ this fps estimate is 130 minimum and 180 average :/
  3. fattyy said:

    with the http://gocs.pl/brejq/ this fps estimate is 130 minimum and 180 average :/


    That sounds like greater than 60fps... seriously, I don't understand the csgo obsession with unusably high framerates.
  4. basroil said:
    fattyy said:

    with the http://gocs.pl/brejq/ this fps estimate is 130 minimum and 180 average :/


    That sounds like greater than 60fps... seriously, I don't understand the csgo obsession with unusably high framerates.

    it has to do with how the servers work. And it changes ever second from 140 to 300 so if you can keep at 200 all the time.
  5. Dynomite54 said:

    it has to do with how the servers work. And it changes ever second from 140 to 300 so if you can keep at 200 all the time.


    The server tick rate and presentation rate have nothing to do with each other most of the time. In certain poorly programmed games they might, but anything above 100fps even in that case will result in data rates faster than the latency, and therefore do nothing
  6. Best answer
    fattyy said:
    with low settings and 800x600


    With your setup, you shouldn't need to lower settings and resolution. CS:GO will have 60 fps on low end laptops, without graphics card. Your CPU should be enough not to hold the fps from graphics card back (called bottleneck) and your graphics card is strong enough to play this game at highest quality settings, at 1920*1080 (full hd) and to get more than 100 fps.
    > http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-6870-Desktop-Benchmarks-and-Specs.124350.0.html
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