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Low FPS in CS:GO with 6600k and 1070 - Need help

Hey! When im playing CS:GO Deathmatch 20+ persons im getting avg. 130 fps and drops to 100 sometimes. In a 5v5 i get 190 - 200 avg. fps, and it sometimes drops to 150. Just reinstalled Windows 10 pro 64 bit, and updated drivers. (Didnt install geforce experience). I think my system should perform better, what about you?. PLS dont tell me that u dont need more than 144 fps+, cause u can fell when the FPS drops from 240 to 180.

Gpu and cpu usage while palying deathmatch: http://imgur.com/a/1RyQ4

Nvidia settings is set to performance!

Computer Specs:
CPU: Intel Core i5 6600K @ 3.50GHz - not overclocked - Cooler Master Hyper TX3 Evo cooler
Memory: Corsair Vengeance LED DDR4 3200MHz 16GB (running default 2133 MHz)
Motherboard: ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. Z170 PRO GAMING (LGA1151)
PSU: Corsair RM650x 650W PSU (making a weird noice)
Storage : 111GB KINGSTON SH103S3120G (SSD), 1863GB Seagate ST2000DM001-1CH164 (SATA)
Monitor: BenQ XL2420Z 144Hz

CSGO Launch options: -freq 144 -noaafonts -high -threads 4 -novid -nojoy -nod3d9ex -tickrate 128 +mat_queue_mode 2 +fps_max 0

CSGO Video Settings:
All on the lowest settings
http://imgur.com/a/boE4a

Hope you can help!
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  1. (i don't believe there's a difderence) but still...check your video setting. Maybe your fps is caped at certiant number (200 fps).
    BTW...setting in English would be great :)
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  2. ZaneDragon said:
    (i don't believe there's a difderence) but still...check your video setting. Maybe your fps is caped at certiant number (200 fps).


    Sadly not :/
    Reply to Kampanyyy
  3. Don't know why you run it on low with 1070 anyways. Maybe the GPU is just feeling sad :D
    Try turning it to max. Then monitor your CPU and GPU usage. Also make sure that your monitor is set to 144 Hz.
    Reply to ZaneDragon
  4. ZaneDragon said:
    Don't know why you run it on low with 1070 anyways. Maybe the GPU is just feeling sad :D
    Try turning it to max. Then monitor your CPU and GPU usage. Also make sure that your monitor is set to 144 Hz.


    Do you know about a program i can use to montior it? I only got 1 montior, so aprogram where u could record it would be nice! Gonna try and set the settings to amx now!

    With max settings im getting 120 avg. in Deathmatch :(
    Reply to Kampanyyy
  5. Yes in fact I do! It's called NZXT cam. I'll give you the link. It' free :)
    https://camwebapp.com
    Reply to ZaneDragon
  6. ZaneDragon said:
    Yes in fact I do! It's called NZXT cam. I'll give you the link. It' free :)
    https://camwebapp.com


    Thanks! I have updated the link, so the language is now english! :)
    Reply to Kampanyyy
  7. Cpu and Gpu usage while playing a deatmatch: http://imgur.com/a/1RyQ4
    Reply to Kampanyyy
  8. Wow that's 100% almost all the time...
    I'm almost sure that CPU is doing something in the background.
    Do you have any other programs open while playing CS:GO? Like Skype, Google Chrome, Teamspeak, Discord, Steam, Firefox, etc.?
    I also have i5 6600 (yes not k) and GTX 1060 3gb. CS:GO runs probably above 200fps not sure (I'll check it) but I have 120+ fps in BF4 which is a lot more demanding that CS:GO.
    Did you check the settings then?
    Reply to ZaneDragon
  9. Well im allways running chrome, discord, spotify ect. But I dont think that should be the problem? :D
    Reply to Kampanyyy
  10. Well this things use a lot of processing power plus a lot of RAM. Try surviving without them for a day and then tell us if your performance went up :)
    Reply to ZaneDragon
  11. "PLS dont tell me that u dont need more than 144 fps+, cause u can fell when the FPS drops from 240 to 180. "-if you feel drops, lock it on145 FPS and you wont see any drops.(although there are some cases that even with capped FPS some people get drops, but try it anyway)
    Reply to salerhino
  12. salerhino said:
    "PLS dont tell me that u dont need more than 144 fps+, cause u can fell when the FPS drops from 240 to 180. "-if you feel drops, lock it on145 FPS and you wont see any drops.(although there are some cases that even with capped FPS some people get drops, but try it anyway)


    I just think it's stupid that I cant get more fps. My friend has the same CPU and a worse GPU, he gets around 300 - 400 fps.
    Reply to Kampanyyy
  13. ZaneDragon said:
    Well this things use a lot of processing power plus a lot of RAM. Try surviving without them for a day and then tell us if your performance went up :)

    It's almost the same, but it went up a bit. I just dont understand why my cpu is performing so bad!
    Reply to Kampanyyy
  14. Best answer
    Kampanyyy said:
    Hey! When im playing CS:GO Deathmatch 20+ persons im getting avg. 130 fps and drops to 100 sometimes. In a 5v5 i get 190 - 200 avg. fps, and it sometimes drops to 150. Just reinstalled Windows 10 pro 64 bit, and updated drivers. (Didnt install geforce experience). I think my system should perform better, what about you?. PLS dont tell me that u dont need more than 144 fps+, cause u can fell when the FPS drops from 240 to 180.

    Gpu and cpu usage while palying deathmatch: http://imgur.com/a/1RyQ4

    Nvidia settings is set to performance!

    Computer Specs:
    CPU: Intel Core i5 6600K @ 3.50GHz - not overclocked - Cooler Master Hyper TX3 Evo cooler
    Memory: Corsair Vengeance LED DDR4 3200MHz 16GB (running default 2133 MHz)
    Motherboard: ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. Z170 PRO GAMING (LGA1151)
    PSU: Corsair RM650x 650W PSU (making a weird noice)
    Storage : 111GB KINGSTON SH103S3120G (SSD), 1863GB Seagate ST2000DM001-1CH164 (SATA)
    Monitor: BenQ XL2420Z 144Hz

    CSGO Launch options: -freq 144 -noaafonts -high -threads 4 -novid -nojoy -nod3d9ex -tickrate 128 +mat_queue_mode 2 +fps_max 0

    CSGO Video Settings:
    All on the lowest settings
    http://imgur.com/a/boE4a

    Hope you can help!


    Open up CS:GO -> Go to Console(by pressing the ~ button) -> type in fps_max 0 -> press Enter
    If console is not enabled, go to Game Settings (if im not wrong) theres an option to enable it.
    Hope it helps! :D
    Reply to kyyytS
  15. I have the same pc and the same problem, so I want to know don't you find any solution yet?
    Reply to Dzionys
  16. hey dude am getting the same specs w
    but with 1060...should i go for it? I mean do you have any suggestions?
    Reply to So_Lo
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